The Hemingway Bibliography
 

Title

Ringing the Changes: Hemingway’s Bell Tolls Fifty

Document Type

Article

Citation

Reynolds, Michael. “Ringing the Changes: Hemingway’s Bell Tolls Fifty.” Virginia Quarterly Review 67, no. 1 (1991): 1-18.

Annotation

Raises the question of the relevance of For Whom the Bell Tolls for postmodern readers, concluding that the novel, like Hemingway’s entire canon, is about writing and thus serves as a parable that stands the test of time. Examines Hemingway’s narrative style and structure, literary influences, and exploration of gender roles in his assessment of the author’s continued relevance.

Published in

Virginia Quarterly Review

Volume

67

Issue

1

Date

1991

Pages

1-18

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