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Additional Resources for A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway

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For Further Study

Matthew J Bruccoli, Conversations with Ernest Hemingway, University Press of Mississippi, 1986.

Contains interviews with Hemingway that provide the author's point of view on a variety of issues concerning his life and works.

Scott Donaldson, The Cambridge Companion to Hemingway, Cambridge University Press, 1996.

Contains a wealth of background information on Hemingway and his writings.

Scott Donaldson, editor, New Essays on A Farewell to Arms, Cambridge University Press, 1990.

A collection of four outstanding recent interpretations of the novel, as well as a useful introduction by the editor.

Jay Gellens, editor, Twentieth Century Interpretations of A Farewell to Arms, Prentice-Hal1, 1970.

Contains seven critical interpretations of the novel, including a "symposium" bringing together four critics' views on Hemingway's use of symbolism Also includes six shorter critical "View Points" on various aspects of the work.

Peter Hutchinson, "Love and War in the Pages of Mr. Hemingway," in New York Times Book Review...

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This section contains 419 words
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