A Generation Lost and Found: Hemingway, Fitzgerald and the Paris of the Twenties
Discusses the social and cultural milieu of the postwar 1920s and the expatriate movement in Paris. Looks at Hemingway’s and Fitzgerald’s contributions to American modernism, and the transformation that occurred in both the arts and culture of the era. Gives a brief introduction to Hemingway’s innovative style along with a thematic overview of The Sun Also Rises and A Farewell to Arms.
Dangerous Pilgrimages: Transatlantic Mythologies and the Novel