Ernest Hemingway-The Sun Also Rises-Male/Female Roles

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Great literary works resonate with readers not only because of well-developed characters and plots, but also because they often reflect important social themes. The Social Issues in Literature series brings together the disciplines of sociology and literature in a unique format designed to support cross-curricular studies. Each volume explores a work of literature through the lens of the major social issue reflected in it, and features carefully-selected content representing a variety of perspectives. All volumes...

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Overview

Great literary works resonate with readers not only because of well-developed characters and plots, but also because they often reflect important social themes. The Social Issues in Literature series brings together the disciplines of sociology and literature in a unique format designed to support cross-curricular studies. Each volume explores a work of literature through the lens of the major social issue reflected in it, and features carefully-selected content representing a variety of perspectives. All volumes in the series contain biographical and critical information about the author; secondary excerpts offering both historical and contemporary views of the highlighted social issue; a timeline of the author's life; a "For Further Reading" section of other works on the issue; and a detailed subject index.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780737740219
  • Publisher: Gale Group
  • Publication date: 5/30/2008
  • Series: Social Issues in Literature Series
  • Pages: 219
  • Sales rank: 1,067,061
  • Age range: 15 - 17 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.60 (d)

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Table of Contents


Introduction     9
Chronology     14
Background on Ernest Hemingway
The Life of Ernest Hemingway   James Nagel     22
Hemingway on Truth, Disillusionment, and the Hero$dContemporary Authors Online     34
Hemingway and the Test of Manhood   Irving Howe     38
The Sun Also Rises and Male and Female Roles
The Sun Also Rises Criticizes Postwar Society   Edmund Wilson     44
The Moral and the Neurotic Are Two Sets of Characters in The Sun Also Rises   Carlos Baker     48
Hemingway Challenges the Heroic "Code" in The Sun Also Rises   Arnold E. Davidson   Cathy N. Davidson     60
Manhood and Performance in The Sun Also Rises   Thomas Strychacz     72
The Education of Jake Barnes   Sam S. Baskett     79
The Mythical Role of Lady Brett Ashley   Leslie Fiedler     91
Lady Brett Ashley as the New Woman   Wendy Martin     97
The Complex Character of Lady Brett Ashley   Nancy R. Comley   Robert Scholes     108
The Nurturing Nature of Lady Brett Ashley   Lorie Watkins Fulton     115
Blended Gender Roles in The Sun Also Rises   Sibbie O'Sullivan     129
Hemingway ChallengesSexual and Cultural Codes   Debra A. Moddelmog     141
Contemporary Perspectives on Male and Female Roles
Today's Real Men Are in Touch with Their Feminine Side   Peter Hyman     151
Male Conservatism Is Linked to a Fear of Femininity   Stephen J. Ducat     158
The Death of Feminism   Maureen Dowd     171
A Defense of Manliness   Harvey C. Mansfield     180
A New Gender Divide   Kathleen Gerson     193
For Further Discussion     203
For Further Reading     205
Bibliography     207
Index     211
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