The Hemingway Bibliography
 

Title

Hemingway Presents Himself: The Writer in Green Hills of Africa

Document Type

Article

Citation

Cain, William E. “Hemingway Presents Himself: The Writer in Green Hills of Africa.” Prose Studies 37, no. 2 (2015): 128-48.

Annotation

Explores Hemingway’s complex authorial presence in his experimental work of memory interweaving fact with fiction. Cain distinguishes the narrator-character whom the writer portrays from the tortured writer himself to show the author’s disturbing preoccupation with death, fear, anger, desperation, and despair. Concludes that the book’s devastating self-portrait is “visceral and relentless.”

Published in

Prose Studies

Volume

37

Issue

2

Date

2015

Pages

128-148

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