Text and Image: The Internet Generation Reads "The Short Happy Life of Frances Macomber"
Concerned with the use of visuals accompanying a digitalized version of Hemingway’s story appearing in an online anthology for college students. Rooted in an awareness of the complex relationship between text and visuals, Godfrey argues that the added pictures erode the primacy of the text, stunt the reader’s imaginative engagement, and violate Hemingway’s artistic intentions.
Godfrey, Laura Gruber. “Text and Image: The Internet Generation Reads ‘The Short Happy Life of Frances Macomber.’” Hemingway Review 32, no. 1 (Fall 2012): 39-56.