The Hemingway Bibliography
 

Title

The Journalistic and Philosophic Observation of Men in Hemingway’s 1930s Literature

Document Type

Essay

Citation

Sanders, Jaimé L. “The Journalistic and Philosophic Observation of Men in Hemingway’s 1930s Literature.” In Florida Studies Proceedings of the 2005 Annual Meeting of the Florida College English Association, edited by Steve Glassman and Karen Tolchin, 157-63. Newcastle Upon Tyne, England: Cambridge Scholars, 2006.

Annotation

Brief discussion of To Have and Have Not, Death in the Afternoon, and Green Hills of Africa, connecting all three to Hemingway’s growing despair over the corruption and destruction of his favorite places and people. Sees the dangers of modernism and change as ultimately leading to the loss of self, which is reflected in the author’s works of the 1930s.

Published in

Florida Studies Proceedings of the 2005 Annual Meeting of the Florida College English Association

Date

2006

Pages

157-163

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