Hemingway’s Death in The Sun Also Rises
Explores Robert Cohn’s assertion in The Sun Also Rises that “in about thirty-five years more we’ll be dead” considering Hemingway’s suicide exactly thirty-five years after the roman à clef’s publication. Holt suggests that the fictional dialogue may point to a self-imposed deadline by which Hemingway meant to complete his artistic goals.
Pennsylvania Literary Journal
Holt, Jason. “Hemingway’s Death in The Sun Also Rises.” Pennsylvania Literary Journal 5, no. 2 (Summer 2013): 37-40.