Premium Content Gender in Jude the Obscure and Sons and Lovers
By Anonymous - April 14, 2007
In her book Towards a Recognition of Androgyny, Carolyn Heilbrum defines androgyny as "a condition under which the characteristics of the sexes, and the human impulses expressed by men and women, are not rigidly assigned (Heilbrum 10). In Thomas Hardy's Jude the Obscure, Sue is depicted in a comparable gender-neutral way. In the novel's…
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