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This book examines the impact of scientific and sexologic theories on the creation of character in the prose of two moderns, Hemingway and H.D.
Introduction: "Strange Bedfellows" xvii
Chapter 1 The Emergence of Two Moderns 1
Chapter 2 Tending the Gardens of Darwin, Ellis and Freud: The Roots of H.D.'s Sexual Symbols 9
Chapter 3 Matricidal Tendencies: Hemingway's Battle Begins 19
Chapter 4 Foreigner at Home and Abroad 29
Chapter 5 Distant Observations 45
Chapter 6 Catherine (Re)Bourne: Erotic Symbolism in The Garden of Eden 59
Chapter 7 "Nebulous" Personalities 79
Conclusion: "The Sea in Being" 93
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