Hemingway and Cultural Geography: The Landscape of Logging in "The End of Something"
Analyzes Hemingway’s depiction of continuous shifts of setting, arguing for place over character, as central to the narrative. Godfrey stresses the importance of the community’s historical past, with Nick and Marjorie making up only a small part of the larger place. Also published in Ernest Hemingway and the Geography of Memory, edited by Mark Cirino and Mark P. Ott, 69-82. Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, 2010.