Whodunit: Social Actors in Hemingway and the New York Times
Draws on the theories of Leo van Leeuwen in her comparison of the executioners found in chapter VI of In Our Time and the newspaper account that inspired it. Moti concludes that Hemingway’s active voice, as opposed to the article’s passive voice, exposes the ideological divide between writing practices in literature and journalism.
B.A.S.: British and American Studies