A reader ́s guide to Ernest Hemingway

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Syracuse University Press, 2002 - Počet stran: 284
Arthur Waldhorn discusses Hemingway's sense of the world as well as his writing style. He also analyses, in chronological order, the writings - beginning with the early stories and sketches - tracing major patterns that recur throughout Hemingway's career. His approach to each book is a critical examination of its achievements and failures.
 

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Life
3
The World the Hero and the Code
21
Style
30
PART
41
Three Stories and in our time
43
Nick Adams Master Apprentice
52
The Journalist the Poet the Satirist and the Dramatist
72
The Sun Also Rises
93
Death in the Afternoon and Green Hills of Africa
131
The Snows of Kilimanjaro and The Short
138
Happy Life of Francis Macomber
143
To Have and Have Not
152
Across the River andInto the Trees
178
Islands in the Stream
200
NOTES
223
INDEX
279

A Farewell to Arms
113

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O autorovi (2002)

ARTHUR WALDHORN is also Professor Emeritus of English, CCNY, and the author of A Reader's Guide to Ernest Hemingway among other books.

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