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Hemingway, race, and art : bloodlines and the color line
Marc K. Dudley.
 
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  Stacks (6th floor) PS3515 .E37 Z58577 2011 (Browse Shelf) Available
       
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  • ISBN: 9781606350928
  • ISBN: 1606350927
  • OCLC Number: 700709150
Notes
  • Includes bibliographical references (p. 187-192) and index.
  • Special Collections copy includes dust jacket.
Table of Contents

"Indian Camp" and "The Doctor and the Doctor's Wife: Deconstructing the Great (White) Man -- Beyond the Camp, Behind the Myth: Native American Dissolution and Reconstituted Whiteness in "Ten Indians", "Fathers and Sons", and "The Indians Went Away" -- The Truth's in the Shadows: Race in "The Light of the World" and "The Battler" -- Killin' 'Em with Kindness: Hemingway's Racial Recognition in "The Porter" -- "The Snows of Kilimanjaro", "The Short Happy LIfe of Francis Macomber", and Green Hills of Africa: (Re)drawing the Color Line, or Reimagining the Continent in Shades of Black and White -- The First Shall Be Last, The Last Shall Be First: Erasing and Retracing the Color Line in "The Good Lion", True at First Light, and Under Kilimanjaro -- Epilogue: Contextualizing Hemingway's Grand Complication
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