The Cambridge Companion To Hemingway by Scott DonaldsonThe Cambridge Companion To Hemingway by Scott Donaldson

The Cambridge Companion To Hemingway

EditorScott Donaldson

Paperback | January 26, 1996

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This Companion serves both as an introduction for the interested reader, and as a source of the best recent scholarship on the author and his works. In addition to analyzing his major texts, these chapters provide insight on Hemingway's relationship with gender history, journalism, fame, and the political climate of the 1930s. Contributors include both the most distinguished established figures and brilliant newcomers, all chosen with regard to the clarity and readability of their prose.
Title:The Cambridge Companion To HemingwayFormat:PaperbackDimensions:336 pages, 8.98 × 5.98 × 0.75 inPublished:January 26, 1996Publisher:Cambridge University Press

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ISBN - 10:052145574X

ISBN - 13:9780521455749

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction: Hemingway and fame Scott Donaldson; 2. Hemingway's journalism and the realist dilemma Elizabeth Dewberry; 3. 1924: Hemingway's luggage and the miraculous year Paul Smith; 4. In Our Time, out of season Thomas Strychacz; 5. Brett and other women in The Sun Also Rises James Nagel; 6. A Farewell to Arms: doctors in the house of love Michael Reynolds; 7. Hemingway's late fiction: breaking new ground Robert E. Fleming; 8. Hemingway and politics Keneth Kinnamon; 9. Hemingway and gender history Rena Sanderson; 10. Hemingway, Hadley, and Paris: the persistence of desire J. Gerald Kennedy; 11. Hemingway's Spanish sensibility Allen Josephs; 12. The Cuban context of The Old Man and the Sea Bickford Sylvester; 13. Conclusion: the critical reputation of Ernest Hemingway Susan F. Beegel.

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This companion serves both as an introduction for interested readers of Hemingway and as a source for outstanding new scholarship on the author and his works. In addition to analyzing his major texts, the essays collected here provide insight on Hemingway's relationship with issues of gender history, journalism, fame, and the political climate of the 1930s. Students will find the selected bibliography a useful guide to future research.