The Hemingway Bibliography
 

Title

The Normalization of Authenticity: Marshall Field, Emily Post, and the Memoirs of Ernest Hemingway

Document Type

Article

Citation

Harmon, Charles. “The Normalization of Authenticity: Marshall Field, Emily Post, and the Memoirs of Ernest Hemingway.” Mosaic 30, no. 4 (Dec. 1997): 57-77.

Annotation

Compares high literature with mass culture, assessing Hemingway’s skill in merging the two within his work. Relying on Roland Barthes’s naturalization theories, Harmon examines the authentic and the normal within A Moveable Feast, commending the author’s ability to maintain a “half-literary, half-popular” voice in his works, especially in A Moveable Feast, Green Hills of Africa, and Death in the Afternoon.

Published in

Mosaic

Volume

30

Issue

4

Date

1997

Pages

57-77

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