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Reader's Guide to Ernest Hemingway

Arthur Waldhorn (author)

ISBN: 9780815629504

Publication Date: Oct 2002

Format: Paperback

Arthur Waldhorn discusses Hemingway's sense of the world as well as his writing style. He also analyses, in chronological order, the writings - beginning with the early stories and sketches - tracing major patterns that recur throughout Hemingway's career.
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Arthur Waldhorn discusses Hemingway's sense of the world as well as his writing style. He also analyses, in chronological order, the writings - beginning with the early stories and sketches - tracing major patterns that recur throughout Hemingway's career. His approach to each book is a critical examination of its achievements and failures.
Pages 304
Dimensions 202 x 155 x 17
Date Published 31 Oct 2002
Publisher Syracuse University Press
Series Reader's Guides
Subject/s Literature: history & criticism  
Arthur Waldhorn is professor emeritus of English at The City College of New York. He is the author or editor of a dozen books, including Ernest Hemingway: A Collection of Criticism. He has also written numerous essays, the most recent of which, The Hemingway Chroniclers, appeared in Biography and Source Studies.

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