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|Title:||Ernest Hemingway's Awareness of Other Writers|
|Authors:||Hemstock, Blair John|
|Advisor:||Brasch, J. D.|
|Keywords:||English Language and Literature;English Language and Literature|
|Abstract:||<p>This thesis demonstrates Ernest Hemingway's awareness of other writers, both past and contemporary to him. It collates Hemingway's references to other writers as culled from a variety of biographical and critical sources. It serves as a reference work for the study of Hemingway's statements on otherwriters, while seeking to establish them in a properly objective context. This thesis does not attempt to present Hemingway's credentials as a masterful critic. Its aim is more toward developing an understanding of Hemingway's opinions and perceptions in order to further a scholarly study of his own canon. As the body of Hemingway criticism becomes increasingly more textual and less biographical, the need to examine Hemingway's literary statements becomes correspondingly more crucial.</p>|
|Appears in Collections:||Open Access Dissertations and Theses|
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