Hemingway, Cézanne, and Writing: "Realities That Arise from the Craft Itself"
Influence study. Attends to Cézanne’s impact on Hemingway’s literary style as the young author sought to write like the artist painted. Examines Hemingway’s careful experimentation with diction and syntax in In Our Time to achieve the immediacy of “the real thing” through words. Frequent references to “On Writing.”
Literature and the Writer