Hemingway, Malraux and Spain: For Whom the Bell Tolls and L’espoir
Comparison study situating each author within their biographical, historical, and political contexts. Recaps their professional rivalry, and highlights their shared commitment to the Republican cause during the Spanish Civil War. Examines the diverging literary vision present in their war novels; with Hemingway focused on the alienated individual and Malraux on the “fraternal action” of the collective.
Comparative Literature Studies