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From:Studies in Short Fiction (Vol. 30, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedSherwood Anderson's views on sexuality shaped many of his works. Anderson felt a confused fear of sexuality based upon his recognition of the dual nature of a male's view of the female. The asexual respect and desire for...
From: English Journal[(essay date May 1964) In the following essay, Ellis describes how A Separate Peace demonstrates Gene's emotional, physical, and moral evolution from adolescence to adulthood.] To read A Separate Peace is to discover a...
From: Tender Is the Night: Essays in Criticism[(essay date 1969) In the following essay, Ellis argues with critics who think “the motivation for Dick Diver’s collapse is vague” and asserts that the motivation can be found within the novel and can be traced to Diver...
From: Studies in Short Fiction
Wallace Stegner's Art of Literary Allusion: The Marriage of Heaven and Hell and Faust in 'Maiden in a Tower'[In the following essay, Ellis examines the life-in-death and death-in-life metaphor in the story “Maiden in a Tower.” The critic also argues that literary reference in this story to The Marriage of Heaven and Hell and...
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