RNEST HEMINGWAY by Earl Sovit

RNEST HEMINGWAY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

According to the latest and one of the best of Twayne's US Authors Series, the sense of ""unappeasable isolation"" shaped Hemingway's style, both in art and life. Professor Rovit clarifies the hidden center of Hemingway's own myth-making, from the artist-adventurer of aggressive-defensive stances to the ascetic craftsman who ""without faking"" chronicled a generation's experiences. As the professor shrewdly shows, Hemingway reclaimed, in a progressively collectivized world, the efficacy of the heroic.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1963
Publisher: wayne