Hemingway and the Camargue: Van Gogh’s Bedroom, the "Gypsy" Pilgrimage, Saint-Louis, and the Holy Marys, Mirèo, Mistral, Mithra, and Montherlant
Explicates Hemingway’s knowledge of the geography and culture of Camargue, the French setting of The Garden of Eden as well as his 1927 honeymoon with Pauline. Provides extensive biographical information, especially regarding the couple’s status as authentic Catholic pilgrims. Warns that scholars who disregard setting risk misinterpreting Hemingway’s work.
North Dakota Quarterly