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Unformatted text preview: is because I could not find enough articles revolving mostly around the idea of Nick being a hero. Stephen Clifford is an assistant professor of English. He focuses most of his research and studies on modernism and narrative theory. He has a published book called Beyond the Heroic “I”: Reading Lawrence, Hemingway, and “Masculinity” . Hemingway, Ernest. In Our Time . New York: Scribner Paperback Fiction, 1996. Print. Kramer, Victor A. "Ernest Hemingway." The American Novel . PBS, 2007. Web. 26 Mar. 2013. <http://www.pbs.org/wnet/americannovel/timeline/hemingway.html>. In this very short article, Victor Kramer discusses Hemingway in a very general way. He gives a short biography about Hemingway summarizing his life including Hemingway’s most popular works of fiction. Kramer also includes Hemingway’s style of writing and the concept of the Hemingway hero that often 52 appears throughout his novels. This particular article is very brief, clear and straight to the point. It gives a great summary of Hemingway without going into too much detail. I briefly mention Kramer in my paper when I used his definition of the Hemingway hero. Victor Kramer is a very esteemed author who has contributed to many academic journals and books. He also has several published books. Leigh, David J. "In Our Time: The Interchapters As Structural Guides To A Psychological Pattern." Studies In Short Fiction 12.1 (1975): 1-8. Academic Search Premier . Web. 23 Feb. 2013. David J. Leigh focuses his essay on the inter-chapters present in Hemingway’s In Our Time . Leigh is arguing that the shift between the stories and vignettes is a structural representation of the psychological aspect of the novel. He uses Nick as an example of this because of his experience with the war. Leigh divides his essay into three major parts. The first discusses the general layout of the stories themselves, the second talks about the connection between the stories and the inter-chapters, and the last, most extensive part, talks about Nick and Leigh’s idea of “existential neurosis”. The concluding point that Leigh makes is how Nick’s life and mind is parallel to the discontinuity of the stories and inter- chapters. David Leigh is a well-published author who wrote many articles in various journals. Most of his writings are based off of religion and spirituality. This particular essay was one of the first articles that I originally came upon during my research. My initial focus for my paper was around the psychological condition of Nick and how Hemingway’s novel displays that. But after doing 53 Jung further research, the focus of my paper shifted. However, this article gave me the idea of including structure in my overall argument. Moddelmog, Debra A. "The Unifying Consciousness Of A Divided Conscience: Nick Adams As Author Of In Our Time." American Literature 60.4 (1988): 591....
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