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The discourse morphed during the years of the Early Republic to emphasize the male impersonator as a victim of circumstance.
Yet the trope of the female warrior re-emerged by the time of the Civil War—“both a familiar and recognizable character and also a character …constantly reinvented.” Mulligan is sophisticated in his use of historiography and attentive to the sorts of questions that the print sources he has unearthed can and cannot answer.
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