Critical Insights: The Sun Also Rises

Edited by Keith Newlin     


About This Volume
       Keith Newlin

The Book and Author
On The Sun Also Rises
       Keith Newlin
Biography of Ernest Hemingway
       Stanley Archer
The Paris Review Perspective
       Petrina Crockford for The Paris Review

Critical Contexts
An American in Paris: Hemingway and the Expatriate Life
       Matthew J. Bolton
Gender Identity and the Modern Condition in The Sun Also Rises
       Jennifer Banach
The Art of Friction: Ernest Hemingway and William Faulkner
       Lorie Watkins Fulton
The Critical History of The Sun Also Rises
       Laurence W. Mazzeno

Critical Readings
The Wastelanders
       Carlos Baker
The Death of Love in The Sun Also Rises
       Mark Spilka
Cabestro and Vaquilla: The Symbolic Structure of The Sun Also Rises
       Dewey Ganzel
The Sun Also Rises: The Wounded Anti-Hero
       Delbert E. Wylder
The Sun Also Rises: A Reconsideration
       Donald T. Torchiana
Hemingway's Morality of Compensation
       Scott Donaldson
Love and Friendship/Man and Woman in The Sun Also Rises
       Sibbie O'Sullivan
Performance Art: Jake Barnes and "Masculine" Signification in The Sun Also Rises
       Ira Elliott
Reading Around Jake's Narration: Brett Ashley and The Sun Also Rises
       Lorie Watkins Fulton
The "Whine" of Jewish Manhood: Rereading Hemingway's Anti-Semitism, Reimagining Robert Cohn
       Jeremy Kaye
The Pedagogy of The Sun Also Rises
       Donald A. Daiker
Life Unworthy of Life? Masculinity, Disability, and Guilt in The Sun Also Rises
       Dana Fore

Chronology of Ernest Hemingway's Life
Works by Ernest Hemingway
About the Editor
About The Paris Review