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The Sun Also Rises: Analyzing Brett

Summary: Explores the novel "The Sun Also Rises," by Ernest Hemingway. Discusses the character of Brett Ashleigh and examines how she embodies the modern woman.
The 1920's were a time of great prosperity and change. The era is often referred to as the roaring twenties because it was noisy, loud, and busy. Out of this bustling time period rose a new type of woman, often called the modern woman. Another name for the modern woman is a flapper girl. These women cut their hair in a boyish manner, wore increasingly shorter skirts, and rejected traditional gender roles. Earnest Hemingway in the novel "The Sun Also Rises" creates a character based on a woman who was most likely one of the first of this type. The character name Brett Ashley is my favorite in the novel. She embodies this idea of a modern woman, while dealing with the scorn of society; and is very realistic, for she even takes up vices mainly associated to men.

Brett Ashley embodies many of the core traits of...

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