Ernest Hemingway and the expatriate modernist movement

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Gale Group, 2000 - Literary Criticism - 240 pages
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Gale's Study Guides to Great Literature, appropriate for high school readers and, perhaps, somewhat older students who need somewhere to start, include three components: Literary Masters, Literary Masterpieces, and Literary Topics. The Literary Topics volumes explore particular themes in terms of their history and context, representative writers, connection with other literary movements, hallmark works, critical responses, and resources for further study (study questions, literary terms, and bibliography). Each volume contains the same brief introduction by Denis Donoghue (English and American letters, New York University); the credentials of the author are not cited.

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Ernest Hemingway and the expatriate modernist movement

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Contents

MODERNISM
1
REPRESENTATIVE WRITERS
23
THE LITERARY RELEVANCE OF EXPATRIATE MODERNISM
59
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Dr. Kirk Curnutt is a professor of English at Troy State University. Dr. Curutt is the author of scholarly works on F. Scott Fitzgerald, Gertrude Stein, and Ernest Hemingway among others. He is also a published novelist.