Anxious Masculinity and Silencing in Ernest Hemingway’s "Mr. and Mrs. Elliot"
Masculinity study focusing on Hemingway’s thematic blurring of the boundaries between the masculine and the feminine. Dömötör examines Mr. Elliot’s failure at maintaining the façade of culturally prescribed manliness considering Mrs. Elliot’s lesbianism, concluding that “Hemingway’s American hero needs the support of women in understanding his manhood.”
Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies
Dömötör, Teodóra. “Anxious Masculinity and Silencing in Ernest Hemingway’s ‘Mr. and Mrs. Elliot.’” Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies 19, no. 1 (Spring 2013): 121-33.