Hemingway Among the Modernists: Hemingway on His Own Terrain

This is Part 4 (of 5) of my essay, “Hemingway Among the Modernists,” which was originally a lecture I gave at the request of the Hemingway Foundation on July 21, 2012. We have been talking about how Hemingway the young writer absorbed the writing techniques of Modernism in his Paris years, and made them his own […]

Hemingway Among the Modernists: Hemingway the Modernist

This is Part 3 (of 5) of my essay, “Hemingway Among the Modernists,” which was originally a lecture I gave at the request of the Hemingway Foundation on July 21, 2012. The case for placing Hemingway, in his formative years, among the early Modernists does not lie primarily in the poetry he published. Through the offices […]

Hemingway Among the Modernists: The Birth of Modernism

This is Part 2 (of 5) of my essay, “Hemingway Among the Modernists,” which was originally a lecture I gave at the request of the Hemingway Foundation on July 21, 2012. Modernism in the opening decades of the 20th century did not have the crisp outlines of the literary movement we see today. Maybe no literary […]

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