Asserts that Hemingway’s “omnivorous assimilation” of influences helped him forge his unique style and that his brand of modernism is strongly rooted in an uneasy blend of the opposing forces of realism and symbolism. Concludes that Hemingway’s legacy for current literary movements is nearly as profound as his debt to past literary innovations. Brief references to Hemingway’s canon throughout.
Moddelmog, Debra A. and Suzanne del Gizzo, eds. Ernest Hemingway in Context. Cambridge, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2013.