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This paper analyses how de-mythologising the image of the war hero as that of dominant hegemonic masculinity is staged in David Rabe's play, Sticks and Bones (1969). It takes into consideration Louis Althusser's views of ISAs (Ideological States Apparatuses) which act as covert educational institutions promulgating a theory of hegemonic masculinity as being reliant upon social discourses and gender construction. Hegemonic masculinity originates from the social and cultural settings and includesdoi:10.21586/ross0000035 fatcat:kjggai6tanh3tjrrkuykwinpry