Formal Allusions to Visual Ideas and Visual Art in Hemingway’s Work
Examines the chiastic order of repeating words and phrases within Hemingway’s works, suggesting their inclusion is a deliberate allusion to symmetry and pattern within the visual arts. Uses examples from Across the River and into the Trees, Green Hills of Africa, Islands in the Stream, “Soldier’s Home,” and “The Strange Country,” drawing parallels between Hemingway’s writing and Cézanne’s painting. Also published in European Journal of English Studies 4, no. 1 (2000): 66-82.
European Journal of English Studies