Inertia and identity confusion in Ernest Hemingway's the sun also rises

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Yanar, Muhsin (2020) Inertia and identity confusion in Ernest Hemingway's the sun also rises. Journal of International Social Research, 13 (71). pp. 162-168. ISSN 1307-9581

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During the first postwar period (WWI), people have been left aside in disillusionment, uncertainty, and disbelief since the disastrous war has made people think that the world they live in can no longer correspond to their continual notions and values. This created a sort of ‘lost generation’ who has picked up the idea that the postwar world is topsy-turvy and lacks stability to settle down and to work things out. Hemingway in The Sun Also Rises narrates the postwar world with such characters as Jake Barnes, Robert Gohn, Mike Campbell, Bill Gorton, Brett Ashley, and Pedro Romero. With this in mind, this paper, considering the pre- and postwar world phenomena will focus on the process of inertia and identity confusion of these characters in the course of their lives.

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:Hemingway, Identity, Masculinity, Femininity, Postwar Period
Subjects:P Language and Literature > PR English literature
P Language and Literature > P Philology. Linguistics
P Language and Literature > PS American literature
ID Code:40385
Deposited By:Muhsin Yanar
Deposited On:19 Sep 2020 12:35
Last Modified:19 Sep 2020 12:35

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