Radical Transformation or Backlash? Hemingway Returns to the Feminized Male
Gender study focused on David as the feminized male and Catherine as the masculinized female in The Garden of Eden. Examines gender obfuscation as a kind of art, particularly in its function as Catherine’s only mode of creative expression. Delineates the cultural, artistic, and philosophical ideas that this type of creative pursuit subverts, both in the context of the novel and in contemporary society.
The Feminized Male Character in Twentieth-Century Literature