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P.G. Rama Rao

Published by Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd (2007)

ISBN 10: 812690710X ISBN 13: 9788126907106

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2007. Softcover. Condition: New. The present book is an in-depth critical study of the modern American classic, Ernest Hemingway?s The Old Man and the Sea, which won the Pulitzer Prize in 1952 and the Nobel Prize in 1954. This study, while keeping the novel under the critical lens, examines it against the backdrop of Hemingway?s aesthetic convictions and overall literary achievement. It throws light on the various dimensions of not only the novel but Hemingway?s craftsmanship like his use of suggestion and symbolism, his inimitable style, his manipulation of narrative perspective, and the way he projects his philosophical theme of the ephemeral versus the everlasting, which is dramatized in The Old Man and the Sea. The present book will definitely prove useful to students, researchers as well as teachers of English Literature interested in the study of Hemingway and his works. 1. A Celebrated Writer 2. A Brief Life-Sketch 3. The Making of a Writer 4. Hemingway?s Literary Credo The Aesthetics of Truthful Writing Things Not Immediately Discernible Trying for Something beyond Attainment 5. Hemingway?s Contrapuntal Theme In Our Time The Sun Also Rises A Farewell to Arms To Have and Have Not For Whom the Bell Tolls Across the River and into the Trees The Old Man and the Sea 6. A Brief Summary of The Old Man and the Sea 7. Dynamics of Narration 8. The Iceberg Romance, Myth and Ritual Religious Symbolism Psychological Symbolism Other Forms of Symbolism: Objective and Dramatic Correlatives 9. A Prose That Has Never Been Written The Cult of Simplicity The Technique of Repetition The Two Styles The Extra Dimensions 1. Characterization Santiago A Note on Santiago?s Heroism Santiago and the Marlin Santiago?s Dreams and Daydreams Santiago and Manolin The Marlin Other Denizens of the Sea: Birds and Beasts The Sharks The Sea DiMaggio The Tourists at the Terrace 11. Critical Reception 12. A Note on the Conclusion of The Old Man and the Sea 13. The Manuscripts of the Novella The First Draft of The Old Man and the Sea The Magic ?Box? 14. The Old Man and the Sea on the Screen 15. Conclusion Select Bibliography Index Printed Pages: 160. Seller Inventory # 90529

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P.G. Rama Rao

Published by Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd (2007)

ISBN 10: 812690710X ISBN 13: 9788126907106

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2007. Softcover. Condition: New. The present book is an in-depth critical study of the modern American classic, Ernest Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea, which won the Pulitzer Prize in 1952 and the Nobel Prize in 1954. This study, while keeping the novel under the critical lens, examines it against the backdrop of Hemingway’s aesthetic convictions and overall literary achievement. It throws light on the various dimensions of not only the novel but Hemingway’s craftsmanship like his use of suggestion and symbolism, his inimitable style, his manipulation of narrative perspective, and the way he projects his philosophical theme of the ephemeral versus the everlasting, which is dramatized in The Old Man and the Sea. The present book will definitely prove useful to students, researchers as well as teachers of English Literature interested in the study of Hemingway and his works. 1. A Celebrated Writer 2. A Brief Life-Sketch 3. The Making of a Writer 4. Hemingway’s Literary Credo The Aesthetics of Truthful Writing Things Not Immediately Discernible Trying for Something beyond Attainment 5. Hemingway’s Contrapuntal Theme In Our Time The Sun Also Rises A Farewell to Arms To Have and Have Not For Whom the Bell Tolls Across the River and into the Trees The Old Man and the Sea 6. A Brief Summary of The Old Man and the Sea 7. Dynamics of Narration 8. The Iceberg Romance, Myth and Ritual Religious Symbolism Psychological Symbolism Other Forms of Symbolism: Objective and Dramatic Correlatives 9. A Prose That Has Never Been Written The Cult of Simplicity The Technique of Repetition The Two Styles The Extra Dimensions 1. Characterization Santiago A Note on Santiago’s Heroism Santiago and the Marlin Santiago’s Dreams and Daydreams Santiago and Manolin The Marlin Other Denizens of the Sea: Birds and Beasts The Sharks The Sea DiMaggio The Tourists at the Terrace 11. Critical Reception 12. A Note on the Conclusion of The Old Man and the Sea 13. The Manuscripts of the Novella The First Draft of The Old Man and the Sea The Magic ‘Box’ 14. The Old Man and the Sea on the Screen 15. Conclusion Select Bibliography Index Printed Pages: 160. Seller Inventory # 90529

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P.G. Rama Rao

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2007. Softcover. Condition: New. The present book is an in-depth critical study of the modern American classic, Ernest Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea, which won the Pulitzer Prize in 1952 and the Nobel Prize in 1954. This study, while keeping the novel under the critical lens, examines it against the backdrop of Hemingway’s aesthetic convictions and overall literary achievement. It throws light on the various dimensions of not only the novel but Hemingway’s craftsmanship like his use of suggestion and symbolism, his inimitable style, his manipulation of narrative perspective, and the way he projects his philosophical theme of the ephemeral versus the everlasting, which is dramatized in The Old Man and the Sea. The present book will definitely prove useful to students, researchers as well as teachers of English Literature interested in the study of Hemingway and his works. 1. A Celebrated Writer 2. A Brief Life-Sketch 3. The Making of a Writer 4. Hemingway’s Literary Credo The Aesthetics of Truthful Writing Things Not Immediately Discernible Trying for Something beyond Attainment 5. Hemingway’s Contrapuntal Theme In Our Time The Sun Also Rises A Farewell to Arms To Have and Have Not For Whom the Bell Tolls Across the River and into the Trees The Old Man and the Sea 6. A Brief Summary of The Old Man and the Sea 7. Dynamics of Narration 8. The Iceberg Romance, Myth and Ritual Religious Symbolism Psychological Symbolism Other Forms of Symbolism: Objective and Dramatic Correlatives 9. A Prose That Has Never Been Written The Cult of Simplicity The Technique of Repetition The Two Styles The Extra Dimensions 1. Characterization Santiago A Note on Santiago’s Heroism Santiago and the Marlin Santiago’s Dreams and Daydreams Santiago and Manolin The Marlin Other Denizens of the Sea: Birds and Beasts The Sharks The Sea DiMaggio The Tourists at the Terrace 11. Critical Reception 12. A Note on the Conclusion of The Old Man and the Sea 13. The Manuscripts of the Novella The First Draft of The Old Man and the Sea The Magic ‘Box’ 14. The Old Man and the Sea on the Screen 15. Conclusion Select Bibliography Index Printed Pages: 160. Seller Inventory # 90529

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P. G. Rama Rao

Published by Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd (2007)

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. The present book is an in-depth critical study of the modern American classic, Ernest Hemingway?s The Old Man and the Sea, which won the Pulitzer Prize in 1952 and the Nobel Prize in 1954. This study, while keeping the novel under the critical lens, examines it against the backdrop of Hemingway?s aesthetic convictions and overall literary achievement. It throws light on the various dimensions of not only the novel but Hemingway?s craftsmanship like his use of suggestion and symbolism, his inimitable style, his manipulation of narrative perspective, and the way he projects his philosophical theme of the ephemeral versus the everlasting, which is dramatized in The Old Man and the Sea. The present book will definitely prove useful to students, researchers as well as teachers of English Literature interested in the study of Hemingway and his works. Printed Pages: 160. Seller Inventory # 21899

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P. G. Rama Rao

Published by Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd (2007)

ISBN 10: 8126907096 ISBN 13: 9788126907090

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. The present book is an in-depth critical study of the modern American classic, Ernest Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea, which won the Pulitzer Prize in 1952 and the Nobel Prize in 1954. This study, while keeping the novel under the critical lens, examines it against the backdrop of Hemingway’s aesthetic convictions and overall literary achievement. It throws light on the various dimensions of not only the novel but Hemingway’s craftsmanship like his use of suggestion and symbolism, his inimitable style, his manipulation of narrative perspective, and the way he projects his philosophical theme of the ephemeral versus the everlasting, which is dramatized in The Old Man and the Sea. The present book will definitely prove useful to students, researchers as well as teachers of English Literature interested in the study of Hemingway and his works. Printed Pages: 160. Seller Inventory # 21899

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P. G. Rama Rao

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. The present book is an in-depth critical study of the modern American classic, Ernest Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea, which won the Pulitzer Prize in 1952 and the Nobel Prize in 1954. This study, while keeping the novel under the critical lens, examines it against the backdrop of Hemingway’s aesthetic convictions and overall literary achievement. It throws light on the various dimensions of not only the novel but Hemingway’s craftsmanship like his use of suggestion and symbolism, his inimitable style, his manipulation of narrative perspective, and the way he projects his philosophical theme of the ephemeral versus the everlasting, which is dramatized in The Old Man and the Sea. The present book will definitely prove useful to students, researchers as well as teachers of English Literature interested in the study of Hemingway and his works. Printed Pages: 160. Seller Inventory # 21899

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P G Rama Rao

Published by Atlantic Pub, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8126907096 ISBN 13: 9788126907090

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About this Item: Atlantic Pub, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents General Preface. Preface. 1. A celebrated writer. 2. A brief life sketch. 3. The making of a writer. 4. Hemingway's literary credo. 5. Hemingway's contrapuntal theme. 6. A brief summary of the old man and the sea. 7. Dynamics of narration. 8. The iceberg. 9. A prose that has never been written. 10. Characterization. 11. Critical reception. 12. A note on the conclusion of the old man and the sea. 13. The manuscripts of the novella. 14. The old man and the sea on the screen. 15. Conclusion. Select bibliography. Index. The present book is an in depth critical study of the modern American classic Ernest Hemingway's the The Old Man and the Sea which won the Pulitzer Prize in 1952 and the Nobel Prize in 1954. This study while keeping the novel under the critical lens examines it against the backdrop of Hemingway's aesthetic convictions and overall literary achievement. It throws light on the various dimensions of not only the novel but Hemingway's craftsmanship like his use of suggestion and symbolism his inimitable style his manipulation of narrative perspective and the way he projects his philosophical theme of the ephemeral versus the everlasting which is dramatized in The Old Man and the Sea. The present book will definitely prove useful to students researchers as well as teachers of English Literature interested in the study of Hemingway and his works. 152 pp. Seller Inventory # 63346

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