Race and Ethnicity: African Americans
Investigates both the complexities of Hemingway’s writing concerning African American culture and his influence on noted African American authors such as Richard Wright and Claude McKay. Argues that Hemingway’s work and that of his African American contemporaries share themes focused on “the integrity of the modern human subject faced with social alienation, psychological violence, and psychic disillusionment.”
Moddelmog, Debra A. and Suzanne del Gizzo, eds. Ernest Hemingway in Context. Cambridge, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2013.