Tag: Ernest Hemingway
In the Classroom
As well as spending my own time this term teaching AP Literature and Composition, I’m happy to see that my article on Ernest Hemingway’s iceberg principle is being used as a resource in AP Literature classes elsewhere.
Dylan Nice’s Other Kinds
A review of Dylan Nice’s short story collection Other Kinds.
Papa as a Young Man
A review of The Letters of Ernest Hemingway: Volume 1 — 1907-1922, edited by Sandra Spanier and Robert W. Trogdon.
On Narrative Voice (3): Not Alone or Adrift
Notes on the narratorial perspective of Ernest Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea.
A Splendid Chance to Be a Messiah
Once in camp I put a log on top of the fire and it was full of ants. As it commenced to burn, the ants swarmed out and went first towards the centre where the fire was, then turned back and ran towards the end. When there were enough on the end they fell off…
The Other Seven-Eighths of the Iceberg
I have a short article on Ernest Hemingway’s iceberg theory and the resurgence of interest in his notorious six-word story (“For sale: baby shoes, never worn”) in the latest issue of Philament.