Ernest Hemingway and the Expatriate Modernist Movement
Reference guide geared to high school and college students situating Hemingway within the cultural and historical contexts of the expatriate movement. Discusses the composition, publication, and critical reception of Hemingway’s writings, including In Our Time, The Sun Also Rises, A Farewell to Arms, and A Moveable Feast, examining characters, themes, and major symbols. Reprints excerpts from contemporary writers and critical studies by such well-known Hemingway scholars as J. Gerald Kennedy and Donald Pizer. Includes a chronology of modernism, glossary of literary terms and movements, and brief biographies of the most influential expatriates of the modernist period.