Camus and Hemingway: The Solidarity of Rebellion
Examines the authors’ similar political and moral values. Stoltzfus argues that for both men revolution based on murder is doomed to fail, as evidenced by Hemingway’s rebel protagonists who perpetuate evil under the guise of a good causes. Discusses For Whom the Bell Tolls, To Have and Have Not, and The Fifth Column.
International Fiction Review