Into and Out of the Trenches with the Modern Mac
Demonstrates that the mackintosh is associated with poverty and lack of social capital; after the mac was reconfigured into the trench coat during WWI, it became aligned with the lack of individuality required by military service. After the war, writers used it to draw attention to the serialization of individuals as the result of global conflict. Writers continued to use the old time mackintosh to figure the limits placed on choice and singularity
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