#$%^&*!?: Modernism and Dirty Words
Recounts Hemingway’s frequent skirmishes with his editor Maxwell Perkins over his inclusion of “obscene” language. Draws on their correspondence to conclude that Hemingway equated censorship with emasculation. Glass turns to a discussion of Lawrence’s use of obscenity in Lady Chatterley’s Lover (1928) while analyzing the larger issues of obscenity in conjunction with the fundamental tenets of literary modernism.