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Title

Nick Adams at a Windy Crossroads: Echoes of Past and Future Fictions in Ernest Hemingway’s "Che Ti Dice la Patria?"

Document Type

Article

Citation

Ott, Mark P. “Nick Adams at a Windy Crossroads: Echoes of Past and Future Fictions in Ernest Hemingway’s ‘Che Ti Dice la Patria?’” Hemingway Review 24, no. 2 (Spring 2005): 18-27.

Annotation

Traces images of wind, dust, charcoal, and chestnuts throughout Hemingway’s fiction, arguing that they express change, defilement, and loss. Contends that these images appearing prominently in “Che Ti Dice la Patria?” express the loss of Hemingway’s idealized Italy to fascism and his marriage with Hadley to decay. Briefly discusses the use of the same imagery in “The Three-Day Blow,” “A Canary for One,” “Ten Indians,” A Farewell to Arms, and A Moveable Feast as examples of Hemingway’s unique language of memory.

Published in

Hemingway Review

Volume

24

Issue

2

Date

Spring 2005

Pages

18-27

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