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From:The Hemingway Review (Vol. 40, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedAs Hemingway wrote to his editor, Maxwell Perkins, he once thought "A Way You'll Never Be" would give his collection, Winner Take Nothing, an action-packed tale. Instead, the story became what Hemingway described as a...
From:The Hemingway Review (Vol. 35, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedAlthough Ernest Hemingway chose "A Way You'll Never Be" as one of the stories that he "liked the best," the judgment of both the story and its protagonist, Nicholas Adams, has widely varied since the story was published...
From:The Hemingway Review (Vol. 22, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedIn "A Way You'll Never Be," Nick Adams returns to the place of his physical wounding, Fossalta di Piave, hoping to understand the recurrent images that haunt his memory and imagination and to resolve his crisis of...
From:The Hemingway Review (Vol. 22, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedIN HIS BIOGRAPHY OF ERNEST HEMINGWAY, Kenneth Lynn suggests that Malcolm Cowley, Philip Young, and others have misread the Nick Adams of "Big Two-Hearted River," that Nick's anxious and obsessive behavior in that tale...
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