Hemingway’s Francis Macomber in "God’s Country"
Psychological approach applying Jung’s theories of the personal and collective unconscious to Macomber’s psychological growth. Fike argues that Macomber overcomes his mother-complex and connects with his inner ancient hunter persona, concluding that whether or not Margot shot at the buffalo is irrelevant since her goal was to destroy primordial masculine strength.
Journal of Jungian Scholarly Studies
Fike, Matthew A. “Hemingway’s Francis Macomber in ‘God’s Country.’” Journal of Jungian Scholarly Studies 9, no. 5 (2014). www.jungiansociety.org/.