The Hemingway Bibliography
 

Title

Hemingway’s Modernism: Exploring Its Victorian Roots

Document Type

Article

Citation

Fenstermaker, John. “Hemingway’s Modernism: Exploring Its Victorian Roots.” South Atlantic Review 76, no. 3 (2011): 77-92.

Annotation

Opens with an overview of the cultural influence of Victorianism on the Oak Park area and the Hemingway household in particular before moving into an examination of classic Victorian themes found in Hemingway’s early “Up in Michigan,” “My Old Man,” and “Out of Season.” Concludes that while Hemingway’s focus on male/female relationships throughout his canon reflects his Victorian roots, his reshaping of that subject matter to include abortion, bisexuality, and venereal disease marks him as modern.

Published in

South Atlantic Review

Volume

76

Issue

3

Date

2011

Pages

77-92

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