Critical Insights: The Sun Also Risesby Keith Newlin
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A favorite in high school and college classrooms around the world, The Sun Also Rises has cast a long shadow over American literature ever since its publication in 1926. The essays in this volume bring together a variety of new, classic, and contemporary criticism on Hemingway’s masterpiece. Essay topics include an exploration of the novel’s cultural context with a discussion of Hemingway’s involvement in the Parisian expatriate community, the portrayal of masculinity and femininity within the novel against the cultural changes brought on by war, and perspectives on the kind of morality the novel offers and what qualities can be considered heroic in Hemingway’s protagonists.
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