The Inception and Reception of "A Farewell to Arms."
- Dispelling the Romantic Myth: A Study of "A Farewell to Arms." Beversluis, John // Hemingway Review;Fall89, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p18
Studies Earnest Hemingway's "A Farewell to Arms," rejecting the romantic interpretation of the novel. Exploration of the problem of self knowledge in the novel; Development of protagonist Frederic Henry's character on the basis of self-knowledge; Symbolism in the novel; Portrayal of the...
- "Lovers' Sonnets Turn'd to Holy Psalms": The Soul's Song of Providence, the Scandal of Suffering, and Love in "A Farewell to Arms." Stoneback, H. R. // Hemingway Review;Fall89, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p33
Discusses the religious connotations in Ernest Hemingway's "A Farewell to Arms." Concept of the soul in the novel; Name and identity play in the novel; Characterization of the priest in the novel; Religious imagery; Depiction of themes through symbolic landscapes; Sources of the title for the novel.
- "A Farewell to Arms": The Psychodynamics of Integrity. Gajdusek, Robert E. // Hemingway Review;Fall89, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p26
Examines the representation of psychodynamics in Earnest Hemingway's "A Farewell to Arms." Different bonds discussed in the novel; Initial disengagement between the protagonists; Concept of self in the novel; Effect of the war on the psychology of the characters; Insights into the psychology of...
- Sexual Identity in "A Farewell to Arms." Solotaroff, Robert // Hemingway Review;Fall89, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p2
Discusses sexual identity in Ernest Hemingway's "A Farewell to Arms." Comparison between the sexuality of Catherine Bourne of "The Garden of Eden" and Catherine Barkley of "A Farewell to Arms"; Male perspective about sexuality in the novel; Severance of male bonding by protagonist Frederic Henry...
- Heller's Small Debt to Hemingway. Nolan, Jr., Charles J. // Hemingway Review;Fall89, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p77
Discusses the similarity between the two war novels "Catch-22," by Joseph Heller and "A Farewell to Arms," by Earnest Hemingway. Central theme of "Catch 22"; Use of war as a metaphor in both novels; Reversal of Hemingway's characters and situations by Heller; Evidence of Heller's borrowing from...
- Partial Articulation: Word Play in "A Farewell to Arms." Harrington, Gary // Hemingway Review;Spring2001, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p59
Comments on the book "A Farewell to Arms," by Ernest Hemingway. Assessment of the narration style; Opinion on the depiction of protagonist Frederic Henry; Efficacy of the word play in the book in revealing the personality of characters.
- A Farewell to Arms and the Sunday-school Jesus. Sloan, Gary // Studies in the Novel;Winter93, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p449
Presents a character analysis of Frederic in `A Farewell to Arms,' by Ernest Hemingway. Protagonist's internal conflict between ethical aspiration and performance; His relationships with Catherine and Rinaldi; Christ as model of selflessness.
- A DIALOGUE ESSAY ON MAILER AND HEMINGWAY. BUFITHIS, PHILIP; CURNUTT, KIRK // Mailer Review;Fall2010, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p67
An essay is presented on the connections between the books of 20th century American writers Ernest Hemingway and Norman Mailer. It discusses the similarities and differences between the war novels "A Farewell to Arms," by Hemingway and "The Naked and the Dead," by Mailer. The authors also...
- HEROIC AND EROTIC IN HEMINGWAY'S WAR NOVEL. BODIŞTEAN, Florica // Studia Universitatis Petru Maior - Philologia;2012, Issue 13, p284
This study analyses the relationship between the heroic and the erotic dimension in Hemingway's literature of war. It deals with two of the writer's major novels, A Farewell to Arms and For Whom the Bells Toll, novels that highlight, in their author's work, the path from solitude to solidarity...