The Hemingway Bibliography
 

Title

Cultural Appropriation, Acculturation, and Fatherhood: A Reading of "Indian Camp"

Document Type

Article

Citation

Robinson, Daniel. "Cultural Appropriation, Acculturation, and Fatherhood: A Reading of 'Indian Camp.'" CEAMAG Journal 28 (2020): 39-50.

Annotation

Regards the excised "Thee Shots" portion as key to determining the paternity of the baby, arguing that reading Uncle George as the father logically extends and intensifies the themes of acculturation and cultural appropriation submerged in this story and others by Hemingway. Points to George's handing out cigars, unnecessary presence at the camp, the camp's geographical location, and the story's narrative point of view as evidence supporting George as the father.

Published in

CEAMAG Journal

Volume

28

Date

2020

Pages

39-50

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