Linda Underhill and Jeanne Nakjavani (essay date Summer 1992)
SOURCE: “Food for Fiction: Lessons from Ernest Hemingway's Writing,” in Journal of American Culture, Vol. 15, No. 2, Summer, 1992, pp. 87-90.
[In the following essay, Underhill and Nakjavani present an overview of Hemingway's use of food and related imagery in his novels.]
More than any other American writer, Ernest Hemingway inspired the lifestyle of “living it up to write it down.” He traveled the world, drove an ambulance in World War II, boxed, married four times, hunted...
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