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One or more items could not be added because you are not logged in. Hemingway in His Time Eye and Heart: Hemingway's Education as a Naturalist. The chapters range fromJamie Barlow's explication of Hemingway as "a valuable site" for studying die gendered social and historical forces that were at play in the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries, to Kelli Larson's brief but provocative bibliographical essay subtitled "Lies, Damned Lies, and Hemingway Criticism.
Michael Reynolds' "A BriefBiography" begins the volume and it is a model of its kind. Reynolds succincdy unfolds die key elements of a drama-filled life in a manner satisfactory to both scholars and the lay reader. The illustrations are everywhere interesting, though one does need a magnifying glass to see the faces in some ofthe reproduced photographs.
A Historical Guide to Ernest Hemingway
Susan Beegel's "Eye and Heart: Hemingway's Education as a Naturalist" launches the critical essay section of the book. Having co-edited a volume on Steinbeck and the Environment, she is well versed in eco-criticism. Beegel charts Hemingway's boyhood experiences as hewas taken into the field for nature study, concluding that it was where he "learned to describe the natural world with a scientist's unwavering gaze, respect for truth, interests in detail and objective language " Two essays contribute to the ongoing critical attention to Hemingway's constructions ofgender.
Marilyn Elkins, in "The Fashion of Machismo," explicates the conscious creation ofthe Hemingway look, a look still visible in the J.
Peterman catalogs and aisles ofBanana Republic. Elkins theorizes that the clothingwas part ofa number ofHemingway's protective devices against the terror ofloss, one that helped the man "retain maleness when women insist on invading the world of the Papa at almost every social, economic, and artistic site" Don't have an account?
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