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Hemingway

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Hemingway
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Pattwell
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Sean M.
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1954-
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Sean Pattwell
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Stuart
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Stuart Charme
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Advisory Committee
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Rutgers University
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Camden Graduate School
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theses
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2014
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2014-05
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eng
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Like generations of American students, my first exposure to the outsized life and highly stylized writing of Ernest Hemingway came through assigned readings in a Junior High School “Language Arts” class. While I do not recall the specifics, we were likely provided with a biographical overview of this Nobel laureate's life and career, touching fleetingly upon his Illinois birth, and his adventures in the Michigan woods that would serve as backdrop for the famed Nick Adams stories. We would also have learned of his brief stint in a Kansas City Newsroom, with a note on the influence that period would have in the creation of his unique and groundbreaking prose style. We would have learned of his service in Italy, as a Red Cross ambulance driver in World War I, and of the severe wounding and trauma that would foster his need to see other wars, that would provide the backdrop for his most famous novels, The Sun Also Rises, A Farewell to Arms and For Whom the Bell Tolls. From these experiences he would derive and develop his lifelong interest in the ultimate cosmic struggle, the finality of death, and of man's ability to exhibit a stoic grace in the most harrowing of circumstances. In short, these experiences would create Hemingway the man, and the writer. We would have learned of his days as an ex-pat in Paris, of Stein's Salon, of the “lost generation” and of his breakout success with The Sun Also Rises while still in his twenties. For sheer scale and context, we would have been told of his romantic, globetrotting life, of Spain, Key West, and Cuba, and of his hyper-masculinity expressed through four marriages, and countless affairs, his passion for big game hunting and fishing, and of his fascination for the peculiar passion and tragedy of the bullring. Finally, we would have learned of his death, by his own hand, a brutal double barrel execution authored in the entryway of his Ketchum, Idaho home one early summer morning in 1961.
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Liberal Studies
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Rutgers University Electronic Theses and Dissertations
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iii, 42 p.
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M.A.
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Includes bibliographical references
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by Sean M. Pattwell
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Hemingway, Ernest,--1899-1961--Criticism and interpretation
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Authors, American--20th century--Biography
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Camden Graduate School Electronic Theses and Dissertations
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doi:10.7282/T3416V9B
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ETD graduate
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Pattwell
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Sean
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2014-04-21 16:29:38
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