For Whom the Flood Rolls: Ernest Hemingway and Robert Penn Warren—Connections and Echoes, Allusion, and Intertextuality
Comparison study noting similarities in character, theme, and imagery between Warren’s Flood (1964) and For Whom the Bell Tolls. Details their 1929 Paris meeting along with each author’s later references to the other in correspondence and interviews. Also sums up Warren’s criticism on Hemingway.
North Dakota Quarterly