The masculine figure on early american literature.
The Masculine Figure and his Struggle against Evil-rough draft
Dashiell Hammett's novel, The Maltese Falcon, was such a success in American literature because of Hammett's version of the masculine figure in American society. Hammett shows the masculine figure through Sam Spade's character, with his firm and social moral standings, and his young attitude. Most importantly, however, is the way Hammett shows the masculine figure through the battle of evil throughout the novel. The masculine figure is one, which exemplifies the figure of Sherlock Holmes. It has a firm social and moral basi…
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