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For Whom the Bell Tolls: Ernest Hemingway's Undiscovered Country

Allen Josephs

ISBN:

9780805744569

Publisher:

Twayne Pub

Publication Date:

1994

Binding:

Softcover

Synopsis:
The 'undiscovered country' suggests, particularly in Hemingway's view, the nature of Spain itself; more specifically, within the novel it hints at the unknown but fateful and omen-ridden nature of the episode of blowing the bridge; for Robert Jordan and Maria it also describes the ecstasy of love and, finally, for Robert Jordan, the ultimate uncertainty of death. I chose to use the phrase in the title of this book because, above all, the 'undiscovered country' is the realm of the artist's imagination where all the other elements are given a life of their own.

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Other editions: Softcover - 2009, Hardcover - 2002, Hardcover - 1994, Hardcover - 1992, Softcover - 1990, Hardcover - 1983


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