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Title

Truth, Lies, and Racial Consequences in Ernest Hemingway’s True at First Light: A Fictional Memoir

Author

Nghana Lewis

Document Type

Article

Citation

Lewis, Nghana. “Truth, Lies, and Racial Consequences in Ernest Hemingway’s True at First Light: A Fictional Memoir.” Comparative American Studies 4, no. 4 (Dec. 2006): 459-70.

Annotation

Applies a postcolonial lens to the racial “truths” of black-white relations that Hemingway becomes conscious of through his reconnection with Africa during his second safari. Lewis discusses political conflicts of the period and Hemingway’s treatment of racial identity, privilege, and negotiation.

Published in

Comparative American Studies

Volume

4

Issue

4

Date

2006

Pages

459-470

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