Ernest Hemingway, R.I.P.
Review of The Garden of Eden. Contends that despite questionable editing, there are enough clues in the posthumous novel to suggest that Hemingway was experimenting toward a greater truth in his development of character and theme, leaving behind the romance and literary bigotry of earlier works. Previously published as “Braver Than We Thought” in New York Times Book Review 18 (May 1986): 44-45.
Jack London, Hemingway, and the Constitution