Hemingway, Fitzgerald, and The Sun Also Rises
Opens by comparing Hemingway’s distinctly new style in Three Stories and Ten Poems, in our time, and In Our Time to Fitzgerald’s reliance on the romantic tradition. Hart focuses on the stories of In Our Time in his examination of the Hemingway hero’s search for relief from the destruction and chaos of the modern world. Closes with a discussion of the major themes in The Sun Also Rises and Hemingway’s veiled attack on Fitzgerald through the character of Robert Cohn.
The Living Moment: Modernism in a Broken World