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New essays on The sun also rises

Author: Linda Wagner-MartinScott DonaldsonMichael Shane ReynoldsWendy MartinArnold E DavidsonAll authors
Publisher: Cambridge [Cambridgeshire] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1987. ©1987
Series: American novel.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Essay : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Essays that discuss Hemingway's first novel including the use of humor, its literary and historical context, Brett, the modern "new woman", and the issues of sexuality.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Essays
Named Person: Ernest Hemingway; Ernest Hemingway; Ernest Hemingway; Ernest Hemingway; Ernest Hemingway; Ernest Hemingway; Ernest Hemingway; Ernest Hemingway; Ernest Hemingway
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Linda Wagner-Martin; Scott Donaldson; Michael Shane Reynolds; Wendy Martin; Arnold E Davidson; Cathy N Davidson; John W Aldridge
ISBN: 0521302048 9780521302043 0521317878 9780521317870
OCLC Number: 15109223
Description: viii, 134 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Linda Wagner-Martin --
Humor in The sun also rises / Scott Donaldson --
The Sun in its time: recovering the historical context / Michael S. Reynolds --
Brett Ashley as new woman in The sun also rises / Wendy Martin --
Decoding the Hemingway hero in The sun also rises / Arnold E. and Cathy N. Davidson --
Afterthought on the twenties and The sun also rises / John W. Aldridge.
Series Title: American novel.
Responsibility: edited by Linda Wagner-Martin.
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Each essay is devoted to a major aspect of the novel: Hemingway's use of humor, the literary and historical context of the book, the atypically prevalent character of Brett Ashley, and topical  Read more...

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