This edited volume is a wide ranging collection of essays on Ernest Hemingway and his work by some of the world's leading scholars and critics in the field of Hemingway studies. The collection offers the latest views--and some of the most challenging--of many of the best scholars in the field. The conclusions drawn are as various as the sixteen contributors; many of which challenge generally accepted views in the field. This study will be of interest and use to Hemingway buffs, to scholars of modern American literature, and to academic libraries.
About the Author:
KENNETH ROSEN is Professor of English at Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. He has been a member of the executive board of the Hemingway Society and the first board of directors of The Ernest Hemingway Foundation and has published numerous articles on Hemingway. He has twice been a Ford Foundation fellow and has taught Hemingway as a Fulbright Lecturer in Greece, China, and Indonesia.