Downton Abbey, White Feathers, Misogyny | War Poetry

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Tim Kendall and commenters discuss the white-feather movement, in which women shamed able-bodied men who had not yet enlisted in the army, and whether this was a widespread and socially acceptable movement.

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About Fionnuala Barrett

I am a master's student of nineteenth-century English literature at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford. For the WW1C project I have been overseeing the @Arras95 live-tweeting project, as well as researching resources to add to the project library.
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