An article published in 1913 titled, “Chronicle and Comment” from The Bookman highlights some of the negative criticism that Ernest Hemingway received. In this article, criticism is given towards Hemingway’s work based on support of another review titled, “What is Dirt?” by Robert Herrick. Here, the authors feel that Hemingway’s work is merely a picture of contemporary life rather than a contribution to literature. When looking at the love story between Catherine and Frederick, the article cheapens the love story by claiming that it is “the story of a Scotch nurse made irresponsible by heartbreak and an American...
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Hicks, Granville. “Purged of Dross. " Forum (1886-1930) 1 Dec. 1929: American Periodicals Series Online, ProQuest. Web. 27 Nov. 2009.
Hutchinson, Percy. "Love and War in the Pages Of Mr. Hemingway :In "A Farewell to Arms" He Has Written a Beautiful and Moving Tale of the Italian Front. " New York Times (1857-Current file) 29 Sep. 1929,ProQuest Historical Newspapers New York Times (1851-2006) w/ Index (1851-1993), ProQuest. Web. 27 Nov. 2009.
Special to The New York Times.. "BOSTON POLICE BAR SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE :Superintendent Acts on Objections to Ernest Hemingway's Serial, "Farewell to Arms.". " New York Times (1857-Current file) 21 Jun 1929,ProQuest Historical Newspapers New York Times (1851-2006) w/ Index (1851-1993), ProQuest. Web. 2 Dec. 2009.
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