Correspondent or Warrior? Hemingway’s Murky World War II "Combat" Experience
Focuses on Hemingway’s wartime record, namely his killing of German soldiers, while serving as a correspondent for Collier’s. Specifically, Coté discusses if Hemingway breached journalistic ethics outlined in the Geneva Convention. Concludes that uncovering the elusive truth of Hemingway’s World War II involvement will shed light on how he used real-life experience in creating his fiction.