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Author Clifford, Stephen P., 1962-

Title Beyond the heroic "I" : reading Lawrence, Hemingway, and "masculinity" / Stephen P. Clifford.

Published Lewisburg [Pa.] : Bucknell University Press, [1998]


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  823.912 LAWRENC/ CLIF    AVAILABLE
Physical description 352 pages ; 25 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 323-347) and index.
Contents 1. Noli Me Tangere: Dodging the Heroic "I" in the Narratives of Lawrence and Hemingway -- Pt. I. Locating Desire in the Narrative: D. H. Lawrence's Sister Novels. 2. "All women must have a husband": Revising Gender, Marriage, and the Narrative Covenant in D. H. Lawrence's The Rainbow. 3. Getting Rid of "the exclusiveness of married love": Questioning Constructs of Masculinity in Women in Love -- Pt. II. Re-vision and the Heroic Narrative: Perspectives in Hemingway's Early Fiction. 4. "She liked it ... she wanted it ... she had to have it ...": Desire and the Narrative Gaps of In Our Time. 5. "We could have had such a damned good time together [if only you had a penis]": Critical Phallocentrism and The Sun Also Rises -- Pt. III. Masculinity and the Shifting Gender Narrative. 6. "You always feel trapped biologically": Masculinity and Narrative Entrapment in Hemingway's A Farewell to Arms.
7. "The centre of all womanhood": The Economy of Rape Fantasy in Lawrence's Lady Chatterley's Lover.
Subject Lawrence, D. H. (David Herbert), 1885-1930 -- Characters -- Men.
Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961 -- Characters -- Heroes.
Masculinity in literature.
Heroes in literature.
Narration (Rhetoric)
Self in literature.
Men in literature.
ISBN 0838753574 (alk. paper)