Hemingway’s novel The Sun Also Rises was first published in October of 1926. As a new and enduring modernist novel, it had received mixed reviews upon publication (Gerald, Kennedy “American Literature Vol. 63” (Jun. 1991), p. 187). In this work, Hemingway thoroughly represents the gender experimentation...
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