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Title

The Eyewitness Narrator in Collier’s Dispatches and "Black Ass at the Cross Roads"

Document Type

Article

Citation

Meredith, James H. “The Eyewitness Narrator in Collier’s Dispatches and ‘Black Ass at the Cross Roads.’” War, Literature, and the Arts 7, no. 1 (Spring-Summer 1995): 43-59.

Annotation

Compares the narrative persona of Hemingway’s World War II dispatches, “Battle for Paris,” and “How We Came to Paris,” to that of the first-person narrator of his posthumously published short story “Black Ass at the Cross Roads” to reveal the transformation of a Hemingway hero.

Published in

War, Literature, and the Arts

Volume

7

Issue

1

Date

1995

Pages

43-59

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