Modernism and Tradition in Ernest Hemingway's In Our Time: A Guide for Students and Readers
Camden House, 2001 - 127 من الصفحات
"Thus Stewart examines at length In Our Time's status as a modernist achievement, and the book includes considerations of Hemingway's prose styles, his theories of writing, his formal intentions for the volume, his literary mentors and influences. Stewart examines the tension between Hemingway's modernist, experimental impulses and the traditionalist core that remains even in this, his most radical work. Stewart also focuses attention on the much-debated formal status of this collection of fictions.
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