Essays in literature

Has anyone here read that story? Anyway, it's about a bourgeois Pittsburgh teenager who escapes reality by going to Carnegie Hall and later fleeing to New York. My English teacher pointed out that Cather was probably a lesbian and demonstrated how Paul, the character, was homosexual. She's extremely politically correct, and she made it out like the source of Paul's misery is his homosexuality. That's a bunch of bullcrap, in my book. Paul's problem is the banality of his bourgeois life, not his homosexuality. While Cather does hint that the character is a homosexual, it it not the point. Any thoughts?...

Essays in literature

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