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Title

Masters Writing on Language and Representation: T. E. Hulme’s Subtext in Death in the Afternoon

Document Type

Article

Citation

Penas Ibáñez, Beatriz. “Masters Writing on Language and Representation: T. E. Hulme’s Subtext in Death in the Afternoon.” North Dakota Quarterly 73, nos. 1-2 (Winter-Spring 2006): 120-34.

Annotation

Reads Death in the Afternoon considering Hulme’s collection of imagist essays entitled Speculations: Essays on Humanism and the Philosophy of Art (1924), contending that the work signals Hemingway’s completion of the first learning phase of his writing career. Penas Ibáñez asserts that for Hemingway, writing about the bullfight carries more significance than the bullfight itself, as he learned to work beyond the artistic conventions of the past toward a new modernist expression of writing and reading based in part on Hulme’s theories.

Published in

North Dakota Quarterly

Volume

73

Issue

1-2

Date

2006

Pages

120-134

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