The Hemingway Bibliography
 

Title

Between Melancholia and Jubilant Novatio: Ernest Hemingway’s Modernist Ambivalences

Document Type

Essay

Citation

Penas Ibáñez, Beatriz. “Between Melancholia and Jubilant Novatio: Ernest Hemingway’s Modernist Ambivalences.” In De Baudelaire a Lorca: Acercamiento a la Modernidad Literaria, I-III, edited by Manuel Losada-Goya, Kurt Reichenberger, and Alfredo Rodriguez López-Vázquez, 637-56. Kassel, Germany: Reichenberger, 1995.

Annotation

Details Hemingway’s aim to separate his work from that of his modernist predecessors such as Gertrude Stein and Sherwood Anderson. Argues for his success, demonstrated in his technical expertise, stylistic evolution, and transformation of experience into art and art into experience. Draws briefly on “Hills Like White Elephants” and “Nobody Ever Dies.”

Published in

De Baudelaire a Lorca: Acercamiento a la Modernidad Literaria, I-III

Date

1995

Pages

637-656

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