Hemingway, Trauma, and Power

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Title: Hemingway, Trauma, and Power
Creators: Novelli, Lauren
Advisor: Moddelmog, Debra
Issue Date: 2013-05
Abstract: This thesis explores the topic of Hemingway and his female characters as feminist. Examining For Whom the Bell Tolls, A Farewell to Arms, and The Garden of Eden, it is clear these women have survived a trauma that makes them feminist. Many believe Ernest Hemingway to be a misogynist in his writings, and through this thesis I worked to rethink the idea of Hemingway's female characters as weak.
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Series/Report no.: The Ohio State University. Department of English Undergraduate Research Theses; 2013
Academic Major: Academic Major: English
Keywords: Hemingway
Androgyny
Gender Studies
Feminist Analysis
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/54776
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