Hemingway’s Ecotourism: Under Kilimanjaro and the Ethics of Travel
Argues that Hemingway possessed an acute sense of the natural environment, evident in the ecologically responsible ethic expressed in his writing. Maier analyzes the evolution of Hemingway’s hunting ethic found in Green Hills of Africa and Under Kilimanjaro to reveal the author’s growing self-awareness regarding the ramifications of blood sports and the need for conservation. Discusses Hemingway’s struggle with ecotourism, its authenticity, and its profound impact on cultural and natural landscapes.
Isle: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment