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Posted: 14 February 2006 at 10:35am | IP Logged Quote Paul Hammersten

What are the titles of the books mentioned more than once in Hemingway's writing?

Are there any mentioned more than twice?...more than 3 times?...4?...5?

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Posted: 14 February 2006 at 1:23pm | IP Logged Quote Peter Krynicki

If you mean just the fiction, I'm willing to bet there were no books mentioned more than once. Hmmmm. Unless Col Cantwell and Thomas Hudson mentioned one in common.

 

If you mean both fiction & non, there's probably quite a few.

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Posted: 14 February 2006 at 4:53pm | IP Logged Quote bookman

I can't think of any mentioned more than once in the fiction, but very likely I could be wrong.
The merits of literature by Chesterton, Walpole and others are debated by Nick and Bill in The Three-Day Blow, one of my favorite short stories.
As Peter says, if you get into non-fiction then there's more. Hemingway often mentions the Russian authors and their works. And of course Twain and Huckleberry Finn in Green Hills of Africa..."All American writing comes from that. There was nothing before. There has been nothing as good since."
EH could be very flattering toward other writers. As long as they were dead.


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