Hemingway’s Reminiscence of Nature: An Eco-critical Study of "Fathers and Sons"
Examines Hemingway’s short story through the lens of ecocriticism, focusing on the author’s affinity for the natural world. Wang concludes that Nick’s reminiscence of his father corresponds to the disappearance of the Michigan landscape through deforestation. Briefly addresses Hemingway’s concerns regarding the lumber industry’s impact on the Indian populations.
Theory and Practice in Language Studies