Hemingway's Nonfiction: The Public Voice
University of North Carolina Press, 1968 - Reportage literature, American - 391 pages
This study explores Hemingway's newspaper and magazine journalism, his introductions and prefaces to books by others, his program notes on painting and sculpture exhibitions, and his statements in self-edited interviews. In doing so, it throws a new, oblique light on what has usually been regarded as his major work--his short stories and novels.
Originally published in 1968.
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