The Hemingway Bibliography
 

Title

Race and Ethnicity: American Indians

Author

Amy Strong

Document Type

Book Chapter

Citation

Moddelmog, Debra A. and Suzanne del Gizzo, eds. Ernest Hemingway in Context. Cambridge, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2013.

Annotation

Demonstrates the parallels between Hemingway’s intense interest in African and American Indian cultures, linked in his mind through the discourse of white exploitation. Argues that Hemingway’s early interest in and writing about white-Indian relations provided important commentary on the fate of Native Americans and challenged popular stereotypes. Identifies the Nick Adams stories as Hemingway’s most extensive depiction of Indian culture, discussing “Fathers and Sons,” “Indian Camp,” and “The Doctor and the Doctor’s Wife.”

Date

2013

Pages

323-331

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