Homo americanus : Ernest Hemingway, Tennessee Williams, and queer masculinities / John S. Bak.

"Though separated by only eleven years of age, Hemingway and Williams seem literary generations apart. Both authors bridged their modernist/postmodernist divide through mutual examinations of the polemics behind heteromasculinity, Hemingway in The Sun Also Rises and Williams in Cat on a Hot Tin...

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Main Author: Bak, John S.
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Language:English
Published: Madison : Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2009.
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505 0 |a Williams's Cat and Hemingway's Sun: queerly masculine -- The sun also sets: Jake Barnes, impotence, and sexual existenialism -- "A dying gaul: the signifying phallus and Williams's "Three players of a summer game" -- "Sneakin an 'spyin'" from Broadway to the beltway: Cold War masculinity, brick, and homosexual existentialism -- The impotence of being Ernest: Scott and Hemingway's "gender trouble" in Williams's Clothes for a summer hotel. 
520 1 |a "Though separated by only eleven years of age, Hemingway and Williams seem literary generations apart. Both authors bridged their modernist/postmodernist divide through mutual examinations of the polemics behind heteromasculinity, Hemingway in The Sun Also Rises and Williams in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. This book explores the two works' many sociopolitical, literary, and intertextual ties, in particular how the conclusion of one echoes that of the other, not just in its irony but also in its implication of the audience's participation in engendering the social rules responsible for the protagonist's struggle to negotiate his sexual identity."--Jacket. 
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