The Hemingway Bibliography
 

Title

Degrees of Distance: The Authentic and the Personal in Hemingway’s Honeymoon Fiction

Document Type

Article

Citation

Justice, Hilary K. “Degrees of Distance: The Authentic and the Personal in Hemingway’s Honeymoon Fiction.” North Dakota Quarterly 66, no. 2 (Fall 1999): 77-84.

Annotation

Employs “textual biography” (the genealogical examination of a series of works), to distinguish the shift in Hemingway’s writing from the immediacy of the “personal” to the distance of the “authentic.” Justice focuses on the continuity of texts revolving around le Grau-du-Roi, including “Ten Indians,” “Hills Like White Elephants,” and The Garden of Eden with its internal honeymoon narrative, arguing that the transformation between the real and fictional versions of the locale signify underlying biographical themes.

Published in

North Dakota Quarterly

Volume

66

Issue

2

Date

Fall 1999

Pages

77-84

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