The Hemingway Women book. Drawing on letters and interviews with the living women, Bernice Kert sheds new light on the Hemingway heroines and their real-life prototypes.
The Hemingway Women book.
By christopher lehmann-haupt. 'The Hemingway Women'' also functions fascinatingly as a kind of Rorschach test of the reader's attitude toward Hemingway. THE HEMINGWAY WOMEN Those Who Loved Him, the Wives and Others. t's probably just as well that Bernice Kert hasn't undertaken psychobiography with her absorbing group portrait, ''The Hemingway Women. For the novelist's work itself, not to speak of the books that have appeared since his death in 1961, already constitute rich evidence of Ernest Hemingway's profoundly ambivalent attitude toward women.
Those Who Loved Him, the Wives and Others.
The Hemingway Women: Those Who Loved Him - the Wives and Others.
On the overloaded shelf of Hemingway biographies, this perceptive group portrait claims a unique spot. The Hemingway Women: Those Who Loved Him - the Wives and Others.
Those Who Love Him - The Wives And Others. Published August 11, 1999 by Books on Tape, In. .
Martha Gellhorn's relationship with Ernest Hemingway is the subject of Paula McLain's 2018 novel, Love and Ruin. a b c d e f g h Kert, Bernice – The Hemingway Women: Those Who Loved Him – the Wives and Others, . Norton & C. New York, 1983. "My Twelve Years in the White House", Upstairs at the Roosevelts', Potomac Books, 2017, pp. 1–4, doi:10. 4, ISBN 978-1-61234-942-8. "The Female War Correspondent Who Sneaked into D-Day The Saturday Evening Post". ww. aturdayeveningpost.
Kert B. Koch S. The Breaking Point: Hemingway, Dos Passos, and the Murder of Jose Robles. Lanham С. T. Papers, 1916–1978. edu/ark:/88435/ c247ds!2v.
Bernice Kert states: "It has also been said that Ernest's lifelong assertion of masculine power grew out of his emotional need . The Hemingway Women: Those Who Loved Him-The Wives and Others. WW Norton and Company.
Bernice Kert states: "It has also been said that Ernest's lifelong assertion of masculine power grew out of his emotional need to exorcise the painful memory of his mother asserting her superiority over his father Later years.
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When she arrived by means of a dangerous ocean voyage in war-torn London, she told him she had had enough. She had found, as had his other wives, that, as described by Bernice Kert in The Hemingway Women: "Hemingway could never sustain a long-lived, wholly satisfying relationship with any one of his four wives. Married domesticity may have seemed to him the desirable culmination of romantic love, but sooner or later he became bored and restless, critical and bullying The 2012 film Hemingway & Gellhorn.