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Art and Experience in Hemingway: The Themes of Love and Replenishment in Big Two-Hearted River and Solider's Home

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Title: Art and Experience in Hemingway: The Themes of Love and Replenishment in Big Two-Hearted River and Solider's Home
Authors: Nunes, Susan
Issue Date: 15 Jan 2014
Publisher: University of Hawaii at Manoa
Abstract: Hemingway's sentiments about writers and writing are a curious mixture of love and hate, regard and suspicion. His observations on Stein, Anderson, Fitzgerald and Eliot are well known, if not always well received, but as Harry Levin points out, Hemingway's work abounds with salutes to his contemporaries. No author can consistently deny his debt to both tradition and contemporary climate without incurring disbelief or contempt. But quite simply, HemingĀ­ way took his profession seriously, and I think this regard heightened the sense of his own importance as writer and artist, and explains in part his insistence upon certain rules or attitudes for the serious writer.
Pages/Duration: 50 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/31731
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