War in Ernest Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms
Collection of reprinted essays by such well-known Hemingway scholars as Robert W. Lewis, Robert E. Gajdusek, and Lawrence R. Broer. Broken into three sections, the volume opens with a biographical overview of Hemingway’s life and career, including the inception, publication, and critical reception of A Farewell to Arms. Section two provides critical analyses of the novel’s themes of violence, masculinity, heroism, and religion. The volume closes with contemporary perspectives on war and death. Includes a chronology and bibliography of additional readings on Hemingway and war.