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Title

Looking Through The Garden’s Mirrors: The Early-Postmodernist Hemingway Text

Document Type

Article

Citation

Penas Ibáñez, Beatriz. “Looking Through The Garden’s Mirrors: The Early-Postmodernist Hemingway Text.” North Dakota Quarterly 65, no. 3 (1998): 91-104.

Annotation

Considers The Garden of Eden a metafictional narrative resurrecting Hemingway’s early style. Characterizes the three African stories as “avant-garde pieces molded within a long postmodern kind of framing narrative.” In her examination of the mirror motif, Penas Ibáñez contends that the “dying elephant allegorizes the doom of modernist realism through a typically modernist African motif recurring within a postmodernist text.”

Published in

North Dakota Quarterly

Volume

65

Issue

3

Date

1998

Pages

91-104

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