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Title

The Initiation Archetype in Fiction: A Reading of Hemingway’s "Indian Camp" and Yuson’s "Voice in the Hills"

Author

Jerry R. Yapo

Document Type

Article

Citation

Yapo, Jerry R. “The Initiation Archetype in Fiction: A Reading of Hemingway’s ‘Indian Camp’ and Yuson’s ‘Voice in the Hills.’” Philippine Studies 49, no. 2 (2001): 265-72.

Annotation

Compares the initiation archetype found in Hemingway’s and Alfred A. Yuson’s stories, contrasting Nick’s psychological rebirth with Bingo’s physical experience. Argues that the process of separation, transformation, and empowerment found in each is integral to the ensuing growth of the awakened character.

Published in

Philippine Studie

Volume

49

Issue

2

Date

2001

Pages

265-272

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