Deconstructing Ernest Hemingway’s Identity: Gender and Sexual Politics in Fiesta: The Sun Also Rises and A Farewell to Arms.
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AutorAlarcón Sánchez, Lola
Director/esNavas Ocaña, María Isabel
The present Master’s Degree Final Project aims to demonstrate Ernest Hemingway’s problematic views on gender roles, delving deeper into two of his fiction works, Fiesta: The Sun Also Rises and A Farewell to Arms. The analysis of these novels is fundamental for the realization of an integrated didactic unit proposal for Universal Literature. The theoretical framework is taken as a reference throughout the research in addition to a detailed analysis of primary and secondary sources. The results demonstrate that Hemingway had traditional views regarding gender roles deeply marked by his historical and social background. Studying Hemingway by giving prominence to these issues has a positive aspect, which is the awareness of gender issues through education in a bid to understand the past and reflect on the present. Resumen: El presente Trabajo de Fin de Máster tiene como objetivo principal demostrar la problemática visión de Ernest Hemingway en cuánto a los roles de género, analizando dos d...
Trabajo Fin de Máster de la Universidad de Almería
roles de género