Hemingway, Malraux, and the Warrior-Writer
Views Malraux and Hemingway as warrior-writers because of their participation in and writing about war. Explores Hemingway’s concept of writing about war, drawing on passages from Death in the Afternoon and the character of Robert Jordan in For Whom the Bell Tolls. In his discussion of their literary rivalry, Lewis compares the two authors’ war novels and their lifestyles.
North Dakota Quarterly