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A Deeper Look into Sexuality of Steinbeck's "The Chrysanthemums" and its Literary Criticisms A Deeper Look into Sexuality of Steinbeck's "The Chrysanthemums" and its Literary Criticisms

Reading over this excellent story once more, I am again filled with the same emotion (if it can be called ....

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.... mood changes and tone of voice. The other men attributed any sexual tension to Eliza's need for children, which is a valid point, but it ignores too many other things in the story to fit it well. I found the words of R.S. Hughes to be a little trite. He seemed unable to grasp some uniquely feminine emotions. He doesn't quite catch onto the eroticism of the story, and in stead, chooses to focus on the more crude innuendoes. “...The chrysanthemum stalks seem to be phallic symbols, and Eliza's “over-eager” snipping of them suggests castration. Then in the “rooting” bed, Eliza herself ....

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