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Title

Intellectuals as Militants: Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls and Malraux’s L’Espoir: A Comparative Study

Document Type

Essay

Citation

Nakjavani, Erik. “Intellectuals as Militants: Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls and Malraux’s L’Espoir: A Comparative Study.” In Rewriting the Good Fight: Critical Essays on the Literature of the Spanish Civil War, edited by Frieda S. Brown, Malcolm Alan Compitello, Victor M. Howard, and Robert A. Martin, 199-214. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 1989.

Annotation

Draws on Sartre to define the “militant intellectual” as one who operates within inseparable states of “reflection and militant action.” Argues that Robert Jordan is a composite of Scali, Manuel, and Garcia, Malraux’s militant intellectuals of L’Espoir (1937).

Published in

Rewriting the Good Fight: Critical Essays on the Literature of the Spanish Civil War

Date

1989

Pages

199-214

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