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Beating Against the Barriers: The Lives of Six Nineteenth-Century Afro-Americans
Beating Against the Barriers: The Lives of Six Nineteenth-Century Afro-Americans R. J. M. Blackett 0801496756 9780801496752 Ernest Hemingway was a mythic figure of overt masculinity and vibrant literary genius. He lived life on an
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Beating Against the Barriers: The Lives of Six Nineteenth-Century Afro-Americans by R. J. M. Blackett

Ernest Hemingway was a mythic figure of overt masculinity and vibrant literary genius. He lived life on an epic scale, presenting to the world a character as compelling as the fiction he created. But behind it all lurked an insecure, troubled man. In this immensely powerful and revealing study, Kenneth S. Lynn explores the many tragic facets that both nurtured Hemingways work and eroded his life. Masterfully written, Hemingway brings to life the writer whose desperate struggle to exorcise his demons produced some of the greatest American fiction of this century.

Author: R. J. M. Blackett

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 417

Publisher: Cornell University Press

Publication Date: 1989-08-01

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