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The Resource War in Ernest Hemingway's For whom the bell tolls, Gary Wiener, book editor

War in Ernest Hemingway's For whom the bell tolls, Gary Wiener, book editor

Label
War in Ernest Hemingway's For whom the bell tolls
Title
War in Ernest Hemingway's For whom the bell tolls
Statement of responsibility
Gary Wiener, book editor
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
813/.52
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
PS3515.E37
LC item number
F7385 2013
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Wiener, Gary
Series statement
Social issues in literature
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Hemingway, Ernest
  • Spain
  • War in literature
Label
War in Ernest Hemingway's For whom the bell tolls, Gary Wiener, book editor
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 167-174) and index
Contents
  • For Hemingway, war was inevitable and criminal
  • Erik Nakjavani
  • Hemingway kept politics out of his art
  • Frederick R. Benson
  • For whom the bell tolls and war. Hemingway strived to write about truth
  • Shabnum Iftikhar
  • Hemingway shows all sides of war
  • Peter Messent
  • Hemingway refused to write war propaganda
  • Jeffrey Meyers
  • Chronology
  • Hemingway's characters fight for a cause
  • Peter L. Hays
  • For whom the bells tolls is a novel about how to die
  • Scott Donaldson
  • Pilar's massacre story depicts the brutality of humankind
  • Allen Josephs
  • For whom the bell tolls is a war epic
  • Carlos Baker
  • Maria is a victim of war
  • Charles J. Nolan, Jr.
  • Background on Ernest Hemingway.
  • Contemporary perspectives on war. The Afghanistan War must be won
  • The economist
  • The media fueled the run-up to the Iraq War
  • Matthew Rothschild
  • The Spanish Civil War offers important lessons about Iraq
  • Stephen Schwartz
  • America failed to accomplish its goals in Iraq
  • Jed Babbin
  • Obama's war tactics are subtle yet deadly
  • Luiza Ch. Savage
  • The life of Ernest Hemingway
  • Middle East revolutions may not lead to democracy
  • Pauline H. Baker
  • Gale Contextual Encyclopedia of American Literature
  • Hemingway learned and lost from his war experiences
  • Peter Moreira
  • Writers tell the truth about war
  • Ernest Hemingway
Control code
ocn783171335
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
181 p.
Isbn
9780737763935
Lccn
2012027205
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(Sirsi) 1583332
Label
War in Ernest Hemingway's For whom the bell tolls, Gary Wiener, book editor
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 167-174) and index
Contents
  • For Hemingway, war was inevitable and criminal
  • Erik Nakjavani
  • Hemingway kept politics out of his art
  • Frederick R. Benson
  • For whom the bell tolls and war. Hemingway strived to write about truth
  • Shabnum Iftikhar
  • Hemingway shows all sides of war
  • Peter Messent
  • Hemingway refused to write war propaganda
  • Jeffrey Meyers
  • Chronology
  • Hemingway's characters fight for a cause
  • Peter L. Hays
  • For whom the bells tolls is a novel about how to die
  • Scott Donaldson
  • Pilar's massacre story depicts the brutality of humankind
  • Allen Josephs
  • For whom the bell tolls is a war epic
  • Carlos Baker
  • Maria is a victim of war
  • Charles J. Nolan, Jr.
  • Background on Ernest Hemingway.
  • Contemporary perspectives on war. The Afghanistan War must be won
  • The economist
  • The media fueled the run-up to the Iraq War
  • Matthew Rothschild
  • The Spanish Civil War offers important lessons about Iraq
  • Stephen Schwartz
  • America failed to accomplish its goals in Iraq
  • Jed Babbin
  • Obama's war tactics are subtle yet deadly
  • Luiza Ch. Savage
  • The life of Ernest Hemingway
  • Middle East revolutions may not lead to democracy
  • Pauline H. Baker
  • Gale Contextual Encyclopedia of American Literature
  • Hemingway learned and lost from his war experiences
  • Peter Moreira
  • Writers tell the truth about war
  • Ernest Hemingway
Control code
ocn783171335
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
181 p.
Isbn
9780737763935
Lccn
2012027205
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(Sirsi) 1583332

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