Date of Award
Master's Essay - Restricted
Master of Arts (MA)
Ernest Hemingway's main concern "in representing human life through fictional forms, has consistently been to see man against the background of his world and universe, to examine the human situation from various points of view." The author's prime goal is to depict the education of his hero. Within the text and the time of a given story Hemingway allows his hero to either accept or to reject the proper attitude in life. That portrayal of the acceptance or rejection enunciates another portion of the Hemingway code.
Knier, Timothy, "The Campfire as Pentecostal Vision in Hemingway's Works" (1971). Master's Essays (1922 - ). 1414.