Hemingway and the Politics of Success
Biographical account of Hemingway’s political activism during the mid-1930s, contending that Hemingway became an eminent public figure during this period. Examines the author’s letters to uncover Hemingway’s insights into the art of writing as well as his evolving perspective on social and political issues which arose while covering the Spanish Civil War and the 1935 hurricane in Key West. Brief references to “Who Murdered the Vets?,” For Whom the Bell Tolls, To Have and Have Not, and The Spanish Earth.
North Dakota Quarterly