Hemingway's Fetishism: Psychoanalysis and the Mirror of Manhood

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Demonstrates in painstaking detail and with reference to stunning new archival evidence how fetishism was crucial to the construction and negotiation of identity and gender in Hemingway's life and fiction.
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Uses new archival evidence to demonstrate how fetishism was crucial to the construction and negotiation of identity and gender in both Hemingway's life and his fiction. Each chapter takes a significant problem in Hemingway's fiction and probes into the nature of his fetishes regarding sexual metamorphosis, homosexuality, and hair. Discusses fantasies, themes, and symbols in his work, such as phallic women, transvestitism, the fetishization of race, and bisexuality. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Table of Contents

Illustrations

Acknowledgments

Abbreviations

Introduction: A Short Apologia

1. The Core Complex and the Field of Fetishistic Fantasy

2. Freud, Fetishism, and Hemingway's Phallic Women

3. Biography, Post-Freudian Theory, and Beyond the Phallus

4. Loss, Fetishism, and the Fate of the Transitional Object

5. Ebony and Ivory: Hemingway's Fetishization of Race

6. Bisexuality, Splitting, and the Mirror of Manhood

7. Perversion, Pornography, and Creativity

Notes

Bibliography

Index

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2003

    Freudian psychiatry has no basis in fact; therefore this study is not credible.

    Despite the author's obvious hard work, intelligence and erudition, this book is of limited value since it is based on psychological theories and psychiatric speculations of little value. Freud has been debunked for donkey's years. Why do literature professors continue to take him seriously? Read Freud as a cultural historian, know about him as a 'culture hero,' read him for his other thoughts and for his storytelling capacity, but don't suppose that his psychological theories are scientific or useful. And don't burden another great writer's life and stories with this moribund intellectual paradigm.

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