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Title

Hemingway’s In Our Time: Cubism, Conservation, and the Suspension of Identification

Document Type

Article

Citation

Narbeshuber, Lisa. “Hemingway’s In Our Time: Cubism, Conservation, and the Suspension of Identification.” Hemingway Review 25, no. 2 (Spring 2006): 9-28.

Annotation

Refutes criticism comparing the structure of In Our Time to radical modernist cubism. Points to distances and mediation within the collection as proof that Hemingway rejected cubist values of immediacy, accessibility, and domination. Focuses on “Indian Camp” and “Big Two-Hearted River” as examples of Hemingway returning to a human scale, appreciating the limits of the body and mind regarding the assimilation of reality.

Published in

Hemingway Review

Volume

25

Issue

2

Date

Spring 2006

Pages

9-28

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