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Ernest Hemingway : the man and his work

Author: John K M McCaffery
Publisher: Cleveland ; New York : World Pub. Co., 1950.
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The first collected criticism of Hemingway to be published. --from front flap.
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McCaffery, John K.M.
Ernest Hemingway.
Cleveland ; New York : World Pub. Co., 1950
(OCoLC)564942413
Named Person: Ernest Hemingway; Ernest Hemingway; Ernest Hemingway
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John K M McCaffery
OCLC Number: 19841765
Description: 351 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: A note on Ernest Hemingway / John Groth --
Hemingway in Paris / Gertrude Stein --
A portrait of mister Papa / Malcolm Cowley --
The canon of death (1932) / Lincoln Kirstein --
Bull in the afternoon (1934) / Max Eastman --
A tragedy of craftsmanship (1935) / J. Kashkeen --
Hemingway and the critics (1937) / Elliot Paul --
Ernest Hemingway's literary situation (1938) / Delmore Schwartz --
Farewell the separate peace (1940) / Edgar Johnson --
Ernest Hemingway: you could always come back (1942) / Maxwell Geismar --
Hemingway: synopsis of a career (1942) / Alfred Kazin --
English and Spanish in For whom the bell tolls (1943) / Edward Fenimore --
The sun also rises (1943) / James T. Farrell --
Tenderly tolls the bell (1946) / James Gray --
Hemingway: gauge of morale (1947) / Edmund Wilson --
Hemingway in Spain (1947) / Leo Gurko --
Violence and discipline (1947) / W.M. Frohock --
The missing all (1948) / John Peale Bishop --
Ernest Hemingway and the psychology of the lost generation (1949) / Edwin Berry Burgum --
Hemingway and James (1949) / George Hemphill --
Hemingway's women (1950) / Theodore Bardacke --
The works of Ernest Hemingway.
Responsibility: edited by John K.M. McCaffery.

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The first collected criticism of Hemingway to be published. --from front flap.

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