Products of Conception

Products of Conception

Through a close reading of accounts of obstetric ultrasound in British contemporary fiction and creative non-fiction, my critical essay, Products of Conception, Imaging and Imagining the Maternal Foetal Relationship, establishes new understanding of women’s relationships with their unborns and how investigates how this differs from the prevailing British medical discourses.

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