Misreading Resurrection: "The Three-Day Blow" and The Anxiety of Influence
Applies Harold Bloom’s “poetic theory of the anxiety of influence” to argue for the narrative as a re-creation of the New Testament Resurrection story. Argues Hemingway deviates from the biblical text at the point of metaphysical resurrection, emphasizing instead the humanistic resurrection of hope.
Literature and Belief
Faulstick, Dustin. “Misreading Resurrection: ‘The Three-Day Blow’ and The Anxiety of Influence.” Literature and Belief 33, no. 1 (2013): 23-38.