The Hemingway Bibliography
 

Title

Natives

Document Type

Essay

Citation

Schedler, Christopher. “Natives.” In Border Modernism: Intercultural Readings in American Literary Modernism, 41-84. New York: Routledge, 2002.

Annotation

Explicates Hemingway’s constructions of “tribalism,” specifically focusing on his portrayal of Native people and themes in the Nick Adams stories. Includes biographical information about Hemingway’s association with Native American culture and quest for tribal fathers. Discusses “Now I Lay Me,” “The Doctor and the Doctor’s Wife,” “Ten Indians,” and “The Last Good Country.” Concludes with a brief comparison of Hemingway’s tribalism to the tribal modernism found in John Joseph Mathew’s Sundown (1934).

Published in

Border Modernism: Intercultural Readings in American Literary Modernism

Date

2002

Pages

41-84

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