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Hemingway's Genders: Rereading the Hemingway Text epub ebook

by Nancy R. Comley

Hemingway's Genders: Rereading the Hemingway Text epub ebook

Author: Nancy R. Comley
Category: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Yale University Press; New edition edition (February 21, 1996)
Pages: 168 pages
ISBN: 0300064640
ISBN13: 978-0300064643
Rating: 4.9
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Hemingway's Genders book. Nancy R. Comley and Robert Scholes reread the Hemingway Text-his published and unpublished writing and what is known about his life-and show that gender was one of his conscious preoccupations.

Hemingway's Genders book.

Offering new readings of familiar and previously unknown Hemingway texts, this book will change the way this author is. .Hemingway, Ernest) - Comley, Nancy R. - Scholes, Robert. Published by Yale University Press 1994.

Offering new readings of familiar and previously unknown Hemingway texts, this book will change the way this author is read and evaluated. Seller Inventory BTE9780300064643.

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Book Description: Ernest Hemingway has long been regarded as a fiercely heterosexual writer who advocated and embodied an exaggerated masculinity. In examining certain aspects of gender in the Hemingway Text we have hoped to open a conversation rather than close one. Still, it may be useful to look back at the ground we have covered. We began by looking at the wordPapaand finding it used, in contexts far removed from Hemingway’s world, to signify thoughtless propagation, false paternity, and a cry of pain.

Nancy R. Comley and Robert Scholes reread the Hemingway Text-his . Offering new readings of familiar and previously unknown Hemingway texts, this book will change the way this author is read and evaluated.

Hemingway's Genders Rereading the Hemingway Text Nancy R. Comley, Robert Scholes.

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Ernest Hemingway has long been regarded as a fiercely heterosexual . Comley and Robert Scholes reread the Hemingway Text - his published.

Ernest Hemingway has long been regarded as a fiercely heterosexual writer who advocated and embodied an exaggerated masculinity. Comley and Robert Scholes reread the Hemingway Text - his published and unpublished writing and what is known about his life - and show that gender was one of his conscious preoccupations.

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Ernest Hemingway has long been regarded as a fiercely heterosexual writer who advocated and embodied an exaggerated masculinity. This witty and intelligent book, the first to focus exclusively on gender in Hemingway's writing, presents a new view of the author, demonstrating that issues of gender and sexuality are more complex and subtle in his work than has ever been imagined.Nancy R. Comley and Robert Scholes reread the Hemingway Text―his published and unpublished writing and what is known about his life―and show that gender was one of his conscious preoccupations. They explore the anguish and uncertainty beneath the blunt facade of Papa Hemingway; they examine a range of Hemingway's fictional women in such works as The Sun Also Rises and For Whom the Bell Tolls and suggest that his best representations of women take on attributes of gender commonly viewed as male; they discuss how lesbianism, sex changes, and miscegenation appear in Hemingway's early and late writing; and they analyze examples of homosexual desire among boys and men in Hemingway's stories of bullfighters and soldiers. Offering new readings of familiar and previously unknown Hemingway texts, this book will change the way this author is read and evaluated.
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