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The breaking point : Hemingway, Dos Passos, and the murder of José Robles

저자: Stephen Koch
출판사: New York : Counterpoint, ©2005.
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"When John Dos Passos walked into Ernest Hemingway's room in the Florida Hotel in Madrid, the air was thick with tension. Hemingway was fuming; Dos Passos was caught off guard. They were there to witness the Spanish Civil War firsthand, but something more personal was going on: as Spain was unraveling thread by thread, so was their friendship." "Dos Passos was widely regarded as the literary voice of America's new  더 읽기…
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추가적인 물리적 형식: Online version:
Koch, Stephen, 1941-
Breaking point.
New York : Counterpoint, c2005
(OCoLC)645923883
명시된 사람: Ernest Hemingway; John Dos Passos; Ernest Hemingway; John Dos Passos; Jose Robles Pazos; Jose Robles Pazos; Ernest Hemingway; John Dos Passos; Ernest Hemingway; John Dos Passos; José Robles Pazos; José Robles Pazos; Ernest Hemingway; John Dos Passos; John Dos Passos; Ernest Hemingway; José Robles Pazos
자료 유형: 전기, 인터넷 자료
문서 형식: 책, 인터넷 자원
모든 저자 / 참여자: Stephen Koch
ISBN: 1582432805 9781582432809 158243798X 9781582437989
OCLC 번호: 57514692
설명: xi, 308 p. ; 22 cm.
내용: The good times --
When a man makes friends --
The last good time --
The apparatchick appears --
Departure --
The theater of war --
The capital of the world --
Fonseca, 25 --
The air of menace --
Bombardment --
Fiesta --
Hemingstein's dynamics of dying --
Barcelona on the verge --
Flight --
The end of the affair --
Spanish realism, Spanish romance --
The necessary lie --
The necessary murderer --
Singing "Giovinezza" for free --
The spoils of defeat.
책임: Stephen Koch.
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"When John Dos Passos walked into Ernest Hemingway's room in the Florida Hotel in Madrid, the air was thick with tension. Hemingway was fuming; Dos Passos was caught off guard. They were there to witness the Spanish Civil War firsthand, but something more personal was going on: as Spain was unraveling thread by thread, so was their friendship." "Dos Passos was widely regarded as the literary voice of America's new socially engaged generation - his face had been on the cover of Time the week the war broke out. And he had long considered Hemingway one of his best friends. Yet they were completely opposite in personality, with Dos Passos's calm temperament and mild manner standing in stark contrast to Hemingway's machismo. Dos Passos was probably oblivious even to Hemingway's envy of him - an envy that was soon to erupt into full-blown resentment." "They had arrived in Spain as comrades, leftist writers-in-arms. But when Dos Passos went looking for his close friend Jose Robles - a Spanish-born Johns Hopkins professor who had moved back to Spain to help save the Spanish Republic - Robles was nowhere to be found. Dos Passos's search for Robles would eventually take his literary career and his friendship with Hemingway to the breaking point." "Stephen Koch explores the short time the two men shared in Spain, and how their split changed the life and work of each man - and changed the course of American literature. The Breaking Point is the story of two lives at the intersection of friendship and murder, of love and death, and of literature and history."--BOOK JACKET.

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