Shirley Jackson, Ernest Hemmingway, gender roles, Syracuse University
Arts and Humanities
For a 1940 English class at Syracuse University, Shirley Jackson wrote a paper on Ernest Hemingway. Crowley's description of her world at that time is followed by the paper itself, which he finds notable for its "attention to the ambiguity surrounding gender roles in Hemingway's fiction," as well as its "intellectual command and stylistic ease."
Crowley, John W. "Ernest Hemmingway by Shirley Jackson Introduction: Shirley Jackson on Ernest Hemmingway: a Recovered Term Paper," The Courier 1996: 33-50.
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