"A Few Practical Things": Hemingway’s Syntheses
Reads Hemingway’s canon as a survivalist guide for the twentieth century. Surveys Hemingway’s treatment of contemporary universal themes such as violence and hypocrisy, arguing that the author’s moral code inspires hope against the harshness of modern existence. Discusses Hemingway’s synthesis of American pragmatism with international cosmopolitanism and modernist style with epic morality.
Studia Romanica et Anglica Zagrabiensia