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Author: Robert E. Gajdusek
ISBN: 0268030596
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Pages 418 pages
Publisher Univ of Notre Dame Pr (October 1, 2002)
Language English
Category: Fiction
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by Robert E. Gajdusek


For decades, Professor Robert E. Gajdusek has crafted compelling interpretations that have helped to define the true cutting edge of Hemingway studies. With inerrant global positioning, Gajdusek situates Hemingway at the center of the multiplicitous richness of modernism.

For decades, Professor Robert E. Through scrupulous attention to the text, in rare combination with inspired (and inspiring) arcs of the imagination, Gajdusek gives the reader an authentic portrait of Hemingway as the quintessential artist, the maker, the creator in the timeless country of art and the human spirit.

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This is a collection of essays from Hemingway scholar Robert Gajdusek. Gajdusek attempts to shift attention away from Hemingway's adventurous life and toward the intricate and demanding modernist texts he wrote

This is a collection of essays from Hemingway scholar Robert Gajdusek.

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Hemingway in His Own Country, an outstanding collection of essays from noted Hemingway scholar Robert Gajdusek, delivers to the reading public . Hemingway the artist, Gajdusek argues, remains comparatively unknown

Hemingway in His Own Country, an outstanding collection of essays from noted Hemingway scholar Robert Gajdusek, delivers to the reading public and scholarly world a new and much needed rereading of one of America’s greatest writers. Gajdusek attempts to shift attention away from Hemingway’s adventurous life and toward the intricate and demanding modernist texts he wrote. Hemingway the artist, Gajdusek argues, remains comparatively unknown. Hemingway in His Own Country traces outside influences on Hemingway during his time in Paris in the early 1920s.

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This is a collection of essays from Hemingway scholar Robert Gajdusek. Gajdusek attempts to shift attention away from Hemingway's adventurous life and toward the intricate and demanding modernist texts he wrote. He traces outside influences on Hemingway during his time in Paris in the early 1920s. Among his close friends and associates at the time were James Joyce, Ezra Pound, Gertrude Stein, Ford Madox Ford and F. Scott Fitzgerald - he was very much a part of the heady movements and intellectual idealism of his era. These essays, while occasionally pointing out Hemingway's special intellectual journey, focus primarily on the texts themselves, working to bring to light the fascinating and highly intricate structures and designs that imbed Hemingway's philosophy and message at unexpected levels.
Maman
"For decades, Professor Robert E. Gajdusek has crafted compelling interpretations that have helped to define the true cutting edge of Hemingway studies. With inerrant global positioning, Gajdusek situates Hemingway at the center of the multiplicitous richness of modernism. Through scrupulous attention to the text, in rare combination with inspired (and inspiring) arcs of the imagination, Gajdusek gives the reader an authentic portrait of Hemingway as the quintessential artist, the maker, the creator in the timeless country of art and the human spirit."
-- H.R. Stoneback
H.R. Stoneback is director of numerous Hemingway conferences, former director of the Hemingway Society, A leading Hemingway and Faulkner scholar; author of scores of critical studies of Hemingway; Professor & Director of Graduate Studies in English at SUNY-New Paltz; Former Director of the American Center for Students and Artists in Paris; Author of Singing the Springs, For We Have Had Song in These Places, Cartographers of the Deus Loci, his latest book is Cafe Millennium and Other Poems.
Qumen
"Far and away the most comprehensive and compelling collection of Hemingway essays to appear, and will undoubtedly be for future single-author Hemingway collections what Carlos Baker's Ernest Hemingway: A Life Story has been and continues to be for Hemingway biographers. In these twenty-six remarkable essays Gajdusek out-ranges Hemingway's topical critics, and by sticking to the texts, out-mines his psychological probers. Hemingway readers have waited a long time for such a perceptive and incisive critical gathering. This is a double blue ribbon book!" --
Donald Junkins:
Prof. Emeritus, Univ. of Massachusetts, Amherst; Director of the graduate writing program at the U of Mass, Amherst; winner of the John Masefield and Jenny Tane awards and 2 National Endowment of the Arts Fellowships. Author of The Agamenticus Poems, Crossing by Ferry, The Sunfish and the Partridge, The Contemporray World Poets (anthlogy) Playing For Keeps, Journey to the Corrida and Director, IX International Hemingway Conference, Bimini, 2000.
Mojar
This collection of essays surpasses virtually all critical studiies on Hemingway to date, including the pioneer works of Carlos Baker and Phillip Young. It challenges the reader to see Hemingway as a major --and especially a careful -- artist, and is largely successful and convincing in that endeavor. Gadjusek spent a lifetime as a Hemingway scholar and this is the result. The essays cover a wide range of Hemingway texts including important insights on the yet not fully published Garden of Eden. It also conveys to the reader an apparatus and manner of analyzing those Hemingway texts not discussed here. Finally, it is cleanly and elegantly written, never pedantic, never overstated. All in all it sets a new standard in Hemingway scholarship and demonstrates that much work remains to be done to unravel this complex man's texts.
Dorilune
"To see gathered here so many of Robert E. Gajdusek's innovative and provocative essays, written during the last two decades, demonstrates how profoundly Gajdusek has changed the way we read Hemingway. Through his artfully rendered and intricate essays Gajdusek has compelled readers to sidestep the stereotypical myths about Hemingway's life and art so as to get to the heart of Hemingway's sophisticated artistry. Hemingway in His Own Country will reawaken its readers to the lyrical and metaphorical precision of Hemingway's writing and to the important recognition that Hemimgway's prose is, after all, not so simple as many had supposed. What a boon to have this remarkable book that will serve as a kind of In Our
Time for future Hemingway scholarship...I was astonished to
realize the extent of his work-both wide ranging and highly influential in Hemingway scholarship. He truly led the way in changing the way we read Hemingway. It was daring on his part, and he did it with flair. Notre Dame Press should be commended for publishing this astonishing collection. Again, congratulations on the publication of this superb collection."
-- Linda Miller:
Professor of English at Penn State Abington, her book Letters from
the Lost Generation will be coming out as we speak in a new and expanded edition with University Press of Florida. An ongoing Board Member of the Ernest Hemingway Foundation and currently Board member of The Hemingway Society, she has written on and spoken about Hemingway in national and international venues.