The Hemingway Bibliography
 

Title

Hemingway: Stories of the Last Good Land

Document Type

Essay

Citation

Suárez Galbán, Eugenio. “Hemingway: Stories of the Last Good Land.” In The Last Good Land: Spain in American Literature, 199-223. New York: Rodopi, 2011.

Annotation

Examines the recurring theme of Spain as the “last good land” in Hemingway’s stories written prior to and after the start of the Spanish Civil War, concluding that “if earlier Spain represented the more humane past, now it stands for the possible future that would save Europe and the world from the coming disaster of another and more brutal world war against the Fascist forces that were threatening them.” Gives greatest attention to the stories of In Our Time, “The Undefeated,” “A Clean Well-Lighted Place,” “The Capital of the World,” “Old Man at the Bridge,” “Nobody Ever Dies,” “Under the Ridge,” “The Denunciation,” and “Night Before Battle.”

Published in

The Last Good Land: Spain in American Literature

Date

2011

Pages

199-223

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