Critical Essays on Ernest Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises

Critical Essays on Ernest Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises

by James Nagel

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Gale Group
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Critical Essays on American Literature Series
Product dimensions:
6.37(w) x 9.57(h) x 0.86(d)

Table of Contents

General Editor's Note
Publisher's Note
Marital Tragedy: The New York Times Book Review35
Sad Young Man: Time37
The New Books: Touchstone (The New Yorker)38
Hemingway Leads Young Ineffectuals Through Europe39
Warfare in Man and among Men44
Fiesta: The (London) Times Literary Supplement45
The Sportsman's Tragedy46
Sunrise Out of The Waste Land53
The Sun Also Rises: One Debt to Imagism63
The Affirmative Conclusion of The Sun Also Rises74
The Two Faces of Brett: The Role of the New Woman in The Sun Also Rises89
Why Robert Cohn? An Analysis of Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises95
The Writing of the Manuscript of The Sun Also Rises, with a Chart of Its Session-by-Session Development106
Toreo: The Moral Axis of The Sun Also Rises126
The Importance of Count Mippipopolous: Creating the Code Hero141
Signs, Motifs, and Themes in The Sun Also Rises146
Second Thoughts: Hemingway's Postscript to The Sun Also Rises163
Brett Ashley: The Beauty of It All170
Good Old Harris in The Sun Also Rises185

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