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The Little Book of Hemingway free pdf "The Little Book of Hemingway" provides an eloquent, concise (21,000 word) summary of Ernest Hemingway's life and writings, as well as the best criticism of his work through the decades. Drawing from the the most respected Hemingway scholarship by leading researchers and writers, Nicole Valaire offers here an incisive, focused consideration of Hemingway's meanings and methods, thus presenting a vivid and valuable "crash-course" on, and introduction to, the most important and influential American writer of the 20th century. Beautifully illustrated, "The Little Book of Hemingway" includes a complete biographical sketch of the author, summaries of the plots and themes of each of his novels (as well as his major works of nonfiction), consideration of his most important short stories, a history of the fluctuating tides in Hemingway criticism, a detailed filmography, and an extensive bibliography of works by and about Hemingway. "The Little Book of Hemingway" represents the ideal introduction to an author who changed the language of storytelling forever: Hemingway the man, writer and artist.

About Nicole Valaire

Nicole Valaire holds a degree in comparative literature from Yale University. After a number of years as a professional in Manhattan publishing, she is now a freelance writer. Ms. Valaire lives with her husband and children in Jackson, Mississippi.

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Author : Nicole Valaire
Publisher : New Street Communications, LLC
Data Published : 27 August 2014
ISBN : 0692281843
EAN : 9780692281840
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 92 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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