Hemingway’s Geographies: Intimacy, Materiality, and Memory

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Palgrave Macmillan US, Jul 1, 2016 - Literary Criticism - 194 pages

This book draws on the tools of literary analysis and cultural geography to investigate Ernest Hemingway's sophisticated construction of physical environments. In doing so, Laura Gruber Godfrey revises conventional approaches to Hemingway’s literary landscapes and provides insight about his fictional characters and his readers alike.


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Laura Gruber Godfrey is Assistant Chair of the Department of English and Humanities at North Idaho College, USA. She has published widely on American literature and on Hemingway in journals such as Western American Literature, Arizona Quarterly, Critique, and The Hemingway Review as well as in the edited collections Hemingway: Eight Decades of Criticism, Ernest Hemingway and the Geography of Memory, and Teaching Hemingway and the Natural World.

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