Rhetorical Analysis of Jane Nardin’s “Homosexual Identities in Willa Cather’s Paul’s case
Consumer capitalism has negative effects on the lives of young generation. Nardin Jane wrote, “Homosexual Identities in Willa Cather’s ‘Paul’s Case’ published in 2008 under History and Literature. Her arguments explain Cather’s understandings of the silent limits governing the depiction of sexuality and the manner in which they are related to genre (Nardin 31). She also describes the reasons why she selected the approach of indirection when she wrote her narrative of a homosexuality adolescent, “Paul’s Case” in 1905.
Nardin starts to construct her reasoning by delivering the history of an essay by Larry Rubin in 1975 on The Homosexual Motif in Willa Cather’s “Paul’s Case”, which contended that although this probability is never clearly elevated, the protagonist of may be a gay. She also pointed out that in the 1970s; Rubin’s essay indicated that homosexuality serves as a metaphor in the story for more worldwide issues (Nardin 31). Nardin implies that the most importa