Ernest Hemingway: The Turning Point
Atlantic Publishers & Dist, 1996 - 112 من الصفحات
This Study Endeavours To Trace Out Some Of The Missing Dimensions Of Ernest Hemingway S Writings, And The Search Brings This Author To Spain, Not The Usual Hemingway S Spain Of Corrida De Toros (Bullfighting), But The Spain In Flames, During Its Terrible Civil War. What Hemingway S Protagonists Were Striving To Realize All Their Lives Come True In The Smoke And Fire Of The Spanish Civil War. Hereafter Hemingway Was A Different Personality, A Different Artist With A Strikingly Different Artist With A Strikingly Different Approach To Life And Situations That Was Visible On The Thematic As Well As Stylistic Level Of His Latter/Post Spanish Civil War Writings. This Book Spans The Entire Stretch Of Hemingway S Writings, And Highlights The Transformation In The Process.
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AFTA approach atmosphere autobiographical Battler Bell Tolls Brett bridge bullfight Cantwell Carlos Baker cause characters Chicote's Civil War writings civilians clear commentary commitment conflict continues course critics dispatches Ernest Hemingway experience Falco Farewell to Arms Fascist fear of death feeling fiction Fifth Column fighting film finally Frederic Henry FWBT guerrilla Harry Morgan Harry's Hemingway protagonist Hemingway shows Hemingway's Spanish Hemingway's writings Hills of Africa horror human solidarity Indian Camp individual insomnia Jake Barnes killed Killers later Loyalists Madrid monologue narrative technique narrator Nick Adams Nick's novel observes Ole Anderson OMAS perspective Philip Rawlings Philip Young Pilar post-Spanish Civil pre-Spanish Civil predecessors protagonists of Hemingway realization reflected Republican rightly River Robert Jordan Rovit Santiago says separate peace Sheridan Baker short stories Spain Spanish Civil Spanish Civil War Spanish Earth struggle Sun Also Rises theme thing tragedy transcendence transformation trauma violence wounded Writer as Artist York