In the novel Hemingway creates new models for strong American women that had not been used before in literature. Though authors like Henry James had independent women characters in their novels for example Daisy MillerBrett has even less regard for her lack of compliance with the societal expectations of her time period than any female character that precedes her in American literature. Hemingway uses the character of Brett to redefine the preexisting gender roles for women and men in the twentieth century by revealing that manly, alcoholic, and emotionally callous women can still be loveable, but in doing so he reinforces the binary system of gender that his character Brett is trying to escape.
I've listed this article for peer review because we are trying to gain insight into how the article could be formatted better for use on WIkipedia.
|[Discussion]Thoughts on Kenichi? : NarutoFanfiction||In the turbulent summer ofKate Mularkey has accepted her place at the bottom of the eighth-grade social food chain.|
|Frederic Henry||Feminist readers immediately pick up on the negative portrayal of Brett: However, one may want to view the relationships between Brett and the men especially Jake in a broader perspective.|
Thanks, Jmn talk Thanks for your work on this article - it looks pretty good, especially for some of your first work here, but as you already know it is not yet ready for FAC.
I also think it needs some work before it will pass at WP: I would treat the FAC as another review - I would look at every point raised there Hemingways portrayal of masculinity address it too.
There is one disambiguation link, to polymorphism, which needs to be fixed - see toolbox on this page.
LEAD the lead is not supposed to be more than four paragraphs long, but this is five. The lead should be an accessible and inviting overview of the whole article.
As such, nothing important should be in the lead only - since it is a summary, it should all be repeated in the body of the article itself.
My rule of thumb is to include every header in the lead in some way - the current lead does not include Applications or the Arsenic-based life forms, for example. The main problem with the article right now is a lack of references. The whole Predictions section has no zero refs, and some whole paragraphs such as one in Crime investigation have no refs, but need them.
My rule of thumb is that every quote, every statistic, every extraordinary claim and every paragraph needs a ref. If a paragraph ends without a ref, that raises a flag for many reviewers. Make sure that all refs have all needed information.
Internet refs need URL, title, author if known, publisher and date accessed. V Things have to be consistent too - so it can't be "Proc. USA" in another ref.
I would spell out the full names of references anyway. I have serious concerns that this article is engaing in either synthesis or original researchneither of which is allowed in Wikipedia articles. Hershey and Chase used radioactive tracers, which are not used much anymore. For example, looking at the section on Arsenic-based life forms, there is no mention of either Hershey or Chase in either of the sources used as a reference in this section.
Without a ref that says it, this article should not make statements like While controversial, the research demonstrated scientific and experimental principles of hereditary analysis relevant and similar to the Hershey-Chase Experiment.
Wikipedia articles follow what the sources say, and if no sources say this directly, this article can't say it either. Do textbooks say anything about the relevance of this experiment to later work in the field? Similarly, both of the techniques described in Applications seems like something of a stretch to relate directly to this again the radiotracer techniques Hershey and Chase used are quite different from PCR or other modern genetic techniques, and I do not think either uses phages much if at all.
I think it is OK to say that this experiment helped set the stage for these techniques, but to go into so much detail is also a WP: I would make the lead image larger for better clarity.
Please make sure that the existing text includes no copyright violations, plagiarism, or close paraphrasing.
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I'd be happy to review, once the peer review is completed and the points above are addressed. I have several years of experience with advanced microbial genetics, and some FAC experience, so would be happy to help push towards FA, if that's the goal.
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I agree with the comments above, so I will try not to repeat them. My main concern is the Applications section.
Mrs Hemingway is a memorably sharp portrait of the contemporary social and literary milieu Showing what happens when words fail us, Mrs Hemingway is also a testament to the power of words and the language that remains, even after love has long gone.”. Apr 04, · Comment on the portrayal of women in ‘The Picture of Dorian Gray’. You should refer to the social and historical context as well as characterisation and character purpose. novel further. The quote also is rather ironic because as the novel is an account of Henry’s past (or in extension, Hemingways’, as Henry poses many. "The Killers," Ernest Hemingway's story about two hit men who come to a small town to kill a former prizefighter, was first published in the March issue of Scribner's Magazine. Hemingway was paid two hundred dollars for the story, which was the first of his .
None of these are applications of the experiment; they don't use bacteriophages or blenders, or even bacteria. The experiment has no modern day applications really. It was important to the proof that DNA as the hereditary material—but that's all.
Most scientists had already accepted that DNA was the hereditary material following the meticulous work of Avery, which was published in The section on arsenic-based DNA is interesting, but it does not belong in this article.Gender differences are cultural, social, and related to nonsexual behavior (e.g.
temperament, what activities you prefer), and can be thought of as what –traditionally speaking– defines masculinity . Free Essay: Ernest Hemingway’s Portrayal of Masculinity When thinking of masculinity in literature, one author has who has become synonymous with manliness.
“Exquisitely written, the Mrs. Hemingways finally have their say in this beautiful novel.” Stylist Magazine “Wood manipulates four sets of past-and-present with ease, telling the story from the perspective of each wife in turn her portrayal of Hemingway is enticing.”.
The story examines whether masculinity is a function of courage or of appearance. If Margot favors Wilson, does that make him more masculine than Macomber? Note-worthy, too, is the vivid portrayal of each hunt; during the pursuit of the buffalo, one can almost feel the motion as Hemingway describes the Macomber car “rocking swayingly over.
His portrayal of these men of courage who were seemingly indifferent to joy, grief, pleasure, and pain won him acclaim from critics all over the world. “His legendary writing style, influenced by Ezra Pound and Gertrude Stein,” (American Authors) is direct, to the point, and spoken in an even tone.
"A Hemingway War Story Sees Print for the First Time." The NY Times, August 2, Hemingway's six-toed cats survive Irma, still have nine lives "Ernest Hemingway's long-lost Los Angeles visit, 80 years ago this week.".