Ernest Hemingway: critiques of four major novels.

New York, Scribner [1962] .

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Other Title Critiques of four major novels
Subjects Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Description xv, 199 p. 24 cm.
Notes Includes bibliography.
Also issued online.
Contents pt. 1. The sun also rises: The sun also rises / James T. Farrell -- The sun also rises: a commentary / Philip Young -- Place, fact, and scene in The sun also rises / Carlos Baker -- The death of love in The sun also rises / Mark Spilka -- pt. 2. A farewell to arms: A farewell to arms / Ray B. West, Jr. -- The religion of death in A farewell to arms / James F. Light -- Hemingway's other style / Charles R. Anderson -- The mountain and the plain / Carlos Baker -- Hemingway's ambiguity: symbolism and irony / E.M. Halliday -- The original conclusion to A farewell to arms / Ernest Hemingway -- pt. 3. For whom the bell tolls: An American in Spain / Lionel Trilling -- Style in For whom the bell tolls / Joseph Warren Beach -- The background of a style / Mark Schorer -- Review of For whom the bell tolls / Alvah C. Bessie -- "Mechanized doom": Ernest Hemingway and the American view of the Spanish Civil War / Allen Guttmann -- The Spanish tragedy / Carlos Baker -- pt. 4. The old man and the sea: With grace under pressure / Mark Schorer -- Hemingway: the matador and the crucified / Melvin Backman -- Confiteor hominem: Ernest Hemingway's religion of man / Joseph Waldmeir -- The old man and the sea: Hemingway's tragic vision of man / Clinton S. Burhans, Jr. -- Hemingway's ancient mariner / Carlos Baker -- pt. 5. Synoptic essays: Hemingway's narrative perspective / E.M. Halliday -- Ernest Hemingway: the meaning of style / John Graham -- pt. 6. Topics for study and research.
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