The Itinerant American Traveller (sic): Settings and Locales in Ernest Hemingway’s Fiction
Focuses on the relationships between geography, experience, and identity in Hemingway’s texts and personal life. Argues that setting plays an integral role in reflecting Hemingway’s commitment to both total sensual engagement and creation of a larger world picture. Discusses Michigan, Paris, Spain, Africa, and Cuba, with brief references to the major novels and short stories set in those locales.
Journal of the Department of English: Hemingway Centennial Tribute