Subversion of the In/Out Model in Understanding Hemingway Texts
Draws on gender theory in her analysis of homosexuality in Hemingway’s fiction, exploring his construction and dramatization of homosexual identity and its external manifestations. Examines “A Simple Enquiry,” an unnamed short story from Death in the Afternoon, “The Sea Change,” and The Garden of Eden and its unpublished manuscripts, tracing the transformation of Hemingway’s attitude toward the subject of homosexuality over time, evolving from early fear to later acceptance.
Tanimoto, Chikako. “Subversion of the In/Out Model in Understanding Hemingway Texts.” Genders 39 (2004). https://www.colorado.edu/gendersarchive1998-2013/2004/03/01/subversion-inout-model-understanding-hemingway-texts.