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Fitzgerald and Hemingway

Fitzgerald and Hemingway 10 Fitzgerald and Hemingway Michael Von Cannon F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway continue to attract consi-d erable scholarly inquiry. This year, scholarship on Fitzgerald engages affect theory, gender and race identities, and visual culture while also focusing on literary inu fl ence, warfare, and the aesthetics and ethics of biography. The Great Gatsby receives no shortage of critical attention, but scholars also spotlight Tender is the Night and various short stories as well as Zelda Fitzgerald’s stories and novel. Likewise, scholarship on Hemingway emphasizes affect, inu fl ence, and wartime biography and war writing in addition to c fi tional appropriation, modernist aesthetics, and pedagogical strategies. i F. Scott Fitzgerald a. Books and Essay Collections In “Tender is the Night” and F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Sentimental Identities (Alabama) Chris Messenger positions the novel as a model of modernism’s engagement with sentiment and sentimentality, characterizing the former as “the emotion” and the latter as the often pejoratively described act of self-consciously “stimulat[ing], indulg[ing], and wallow[ing] in the emotion.” Although the subtitle implies a sole focus on identities, Messenger utilizes a tripartite structure, analyzing not only identities but also what he refers to as “refractions” as well as literary inu fl http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American Literary Scholarship Duke University Press

Fitzgerald and Hemingway

American Literary Scholarship , Volume 2015 (1) – Sep 1, 2017

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© 2017 by Duke University Press
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0065-9142
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1527-2125
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10.1215/00659142-3889941
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Abstract

10 Fitzgerald and Hemingway Michael Von Cannon F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway continue to attract consi-d erable scholarly inquiry. This year, scholarship on Fitzgerald engages affect theory, gender and race identities, and visual culture while also focusing on literary inu fl ence, warfare, and the aesthetics and ethics of biography. The Great Gatsby receives no shortage of critical attention, but scholars also spotlight Tender is the Night and various short stories as well as Zelda Fitzgerald’s stories and novel. Likewise, scholarship on Hemingway emphasizes affect, inu fl ence, and wartime biography and war writing in addition to c fi tional appropriation, modernist aesthetics, and pedagogical strategies. i F. Scott Fitzgerald a. Books and Essay Collections In “Tender is the Night” and F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Sentimental Identities (Alabama) Chris Messenger positions the novel as a model of modernism’s engagement with sentiment and sentimentality, characterizing the former as “the emotion” and the latter as the often pejoratively described act of self-consciously “stimulat[ing], indulg[ing], and wallow[ing] in the emotion.” Although the subtitle implies a sole focus on identities, Messenger utilizes a tripartite structure, analyzing not only identities but also what he refers to as “refractions” as well as literary inu fl

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Published: Sep 1, 2017

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