Re: Did a Censored Female War Writer Inspire Hemingway's Famous Style?

Cynthia, as a longtime Hemingway fan I'd love to read the article, but your link took me to a login screen that stopped me in my tracks. A copy open to all would be welcome.

Naturally, like most aficionados I had a soft assumption that the terse fundamentals of his style derived from his days as a reporter, before and after the Great War. But I'm willing to be proved wrong!

Call for Reviews: Literary Cartographics

Literary Cartographics, a new pedagogical and multidisciplinary online product, is now being beta-tested and seeks reviews and comments from scholars in literature, geography, history, cultural, and world studies. Literary Cartographics are hand-crafted maps depicting literary locations with clickable pop-up editorial pages that explain the location’s significance. The collection of maps is a teaching aid that allows students to locate and learn about the sense of place and time in literary works.

ANK: Beobachten, beschreiben, experimentieren. Literatur und Naturwissenschaft in der Frühen Neuzeit (Ringvorlesung), Bochum (08.04. – 01.07.2019)

Beobachten, beschreiben, experimentieren: Literatur und Naturwissenschaft in der Frühen Neuzeit


Ringvorlesung Literatur der Frühen Neuzeit und ihre kulturellen Kontexte, Folge 10

Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Sommersemester 2019, Montag, 12-14 Uhr, Raum HGB 20

Veranstalter: Nicola Kaminski, Nicolas Potysch, Robert Schütze (Bochum)


Postsocialist Literatures in the United States, Special Issue, March 2019

Dear colleagues,

We are pleased to announce the publication of Postsocialist Literatures in the United States, a special issue of TCL. Apologies for any cross-postings.

Postsocialist Literatures in the United States

a special issue of Twentieth-Century Literature

edited by Claudia Sadowski-Smith and Ioana Luca


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