Victorian Keys to the Early Hemingway: Captain Marryat

Spilka, Mark
January 1984
Novel: A Forum on Fiction;Winter1984, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p116
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
Explores the influence of the literary works of children's novelist Captain Frederick Marryat on the books written by Ernest, Hadley and Bumby Hemingway. Plots of Marryat's novels, including "Peter Simple"; Contribution of Marryat's novels to the muscular Christian tradition; Role of his naval warfare novels in the emergence of a masculine ethos in the 1800s.


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