The Seduction of Jim Gilmore
Argues for Jim Gilmore’s innocence on the charge of rape in “Up in Michigan,” contending that the application of contemporary standards and feminist language dealing with rape and female victimization do not apply in the nineteenth-century context of the story.
Lupton, Marylyn A. “The Seduction of Jim Gilmore.” Hemingway Review 15, no. 1 (Fall 1995): 1-9.