Hemingway, the Writer as Artist

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Princeton University Press, 1972 - Literary Criticism - 438 pages
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For this new edition of the best-known critical study of Hemingway's work, Carlos Baker has completely revised the two opening chapters which deal with Hemingway's early career in Paris, and has incorporated some new material discovered since the publication of Ernest Hemingway: A Life Story. This edition also includes two new chapters on A Moveable Feast and Islands in the Stream.
  

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Wonderful study of Hemingway's works. It helped me see some of the more subtle elements of Hemingways's style. I enjoyed Hemingway very much before I read this analysis of his works. After reading it, I have been able to see why I like him so. Read full review

Contents

THE SLOPES OF MONTPARNASSE
3
THE MAKING OF AMERICANS
26
THE WAY IT WAS
48
THE WASTELANDERS
75
THE MOUNTAIN AND THE PLAIN
94
THE FIRST FORTYFIVE STORIES
117
THE SPANISH EARTH
143
THE GREEN HILLS OF AFRICA
162
THE SPANISH TRAGEDY
223
THE RIVER AND THE TREES
264
THE ANCIENT MARINER
289
THE DEATH OF THE LION
329
LOOKING BACKWARD
349
ISLANDS IN THE STREAM
379
A WORKING CHECKLIST
409
INDEX
427

DEPRESSION AT KEY WEST
197

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About the author (1972)

Baker was Woodrow Wilson Professor of Literature at Princeton University until his retirement in 1977.

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