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Jones’ article appeared in the most recently published volume of CTR, and examines the role of “the returned soldier” in theatre and how their liminal role connects the passive humdrum of Canadian life to the brutality of the war zone far away. It also looks at how such stories of the trauma of soldiers alternately participate in and critique a view of Canadian foreign policy as a series of innocent interventions in conflicts with violent, irrational enemies.
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