The Hemingway Bibliography
 

Title

The Use of Natural Objects as Symbols in Hemingway's "Up in Michigan"

Author

Max Nänny

Document Type

Article

Citation

Nänny, Max. “The Use of Natural Objects as Symbols in Hemingway's ‘Up in Michigan.’” North Dakota Quarterly 68, nos. 2-3 (2001): 49-58.

Annotation

Connects Hemingway’s modernist technique of metonymic displacement to issues of sexuality, such as Jim’s occupation as blacksmith. Also looks at words denoting the shape of sexually symbolic qualities and actions that involve wounding penetrations.

Published in

North Dakota Quarterly

Volume

68

Issue

2-3

Date

2001

Pages

49-58

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