Alchemy in The Sun Also Rises: Hidden Gold in Hemingway's Narrative
E. Mellen Press, 1992 - 277 páginas
This study provides an examination of textual details of The Sun Also Rises, specifically addressing the fact that the novel is filled with wordplay, jokes and allusions. It also devotes space to Hemingway's concern with sexual identity, sexual crossover, and androgyny.
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