Race and Ethnicity: Africans
Examines how Hemingway’s attempts at cultural immersion manifest through a “decentered” white male view. Lewis discusses Hemingway’s efforts to reconcile the paradox of being both game hunter and African sympathizer, identifying an attitudinal shift based on the author’s later reevaluation and commitment to understanding the African peoples’ struggle with colonization and changing ecological factors.
Moddelmog, Debra A. and Suzanne del Gizzo, eds. Ernest Hemingway in Context. Cambridge, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2013.