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Title

Hemingway and Lawrence at the Bullfights with Brett Ashley and Ethel Cane

Author

Ben Stoltzfus

Document Type

Article

Citation

Stoltzfus, Ben. “Hemingway and Lawrence at the Bullfights with Brett Ashley and Ethel Cane.” D. H. Lawrence Studies 20, no. 2 (2012): 219-31.

Annotation

In comparing bullfighting in The Sun Also Rises to Lawrence’s “None of That!,” Stoltzfus focuses on their parallel treatment of the emancipated woman in relation to bullfighters and sex. While Lawrence’s story depicts his traditional theme of the battle between mind and body, Hemingway’s focus remains upon the perils of the Lost Generation. For Hemingway, the corrida rises to the level of tragedy, far different from Lawrence’s view of the spectacle as frivolous. Includes a brief contrast of their disparate writing styles. Also references Death in the Afternoon and Lawrence’s The Plumed Serpent (1926) and “The Escaped Cock.”

Published in

D. H. Lawrence Studies

Volume

20

Issue

2

Date

2012

Pages

219-231

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