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The Face in the Mirror, The Face in the Mirror, 0817308644, 0-8173-0864-4, 978-0-8173-0864-3, 9780817308643,

The Face in the Mirror
Hemingway's Writers
by Robert E. Fleming

Quality Paper
1996. 208 pp.
978-0-8173-0864-3
Price:  $24.95 s

Fleming breaks new critical ground in charting Hemingway's
preoccupation with writers and their roles as artists.



The Face in the Mirror develops a largely overlooked
theme in Hemingway's writing--his depiction of writers and the special
problems they face, professionally and personally. From his earliest years,
Hemingway was preoccupied with the artistic and ethical dilemmas of his
writer protagonists. Fleming's book explores Hemingway's concern with writers
and writing from the 1920s through the early 1960s.



 

Robert E. Fleming is Professor of English at the
University of New Mexico and the author of several volumes, including James
Weldon Johnson
.




 


"Smooth and eminently readable. Highly recommended."
—CHOICE

"It is always a joy to herald a new critical work that accurately addresses the man and his world, and Robert Fleming's book does just that."
—The Hemingway Review

1993 Choice Outstanding Academic Book, sponsored by Choice Magazine

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