The introduction and four scholarly essays in this volume constitute an overview of Hemingway's career as a short story writer and offer an overview of practical problems involved in reading this work. The early short story Up in Michigan is explained in relation to the short story cycle In Our Time. Problems of narration are analysed in Now I Lay Me, an integral part of the famous Nick Adams stories. A detailed look at ecological and Native American backgrounds is presented in Fathers and Sons, in the collection Winner Take Nothing; and Snows of Kilimanjaro is examined from a postcolonial perspective. Also included is a selected bibliography designed to direct readers to the most valuable resources for the study of Hemingway's short fiction.Second Growth: The Ecology of Loss in aquot;Fathers and Sonsaquot; SUSAN F. BEEGEL O, my father, our happiest days are oa#39;er and gone into lasting oblivion and never again shall we enjoy our forest home. The eaglea#39;s eye could not even discoveranbsp;...
|Title||:||New Essays on Hemingway's Short Fiction|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 1998-05-28|