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by Michael Reynolds,Michael S. Reynolds

ISBN: 0393040933
ISBN13: 978-0393040937
Language: English
Publisher: W W Norton & Co Inc; 1st edition (June 1, 1997)
Pages: 360
Category: History and Criticism
Subategory: Literature

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The author, Michael Reynolds has left few stones unturned in reference to both Hemingway's personal life and that of his writing career. Reynolds was a noted Hemingway scholar so we are led through the Hemingway writing process through every piece he wrote during this time period.

The author, Michael Reynolds has left few stones unturned in reference to both Hemingway's personal life and that of his writing career. This follows the same pattern as the three previous volumes. For a biography the author has paid as much attention to his subjects writing as he has the man he is writing about - although I must say that in Hemingway's case, the writing and the man are a bit difficult to separate from time to time.

Hemingway: The 1930s. Reynolds' Hemingway by. Michael S. Reynolds. In the years between A Farewell to Arms and For Whom the Bell Tolls, Ernest Hemingway matured as a writer against the backdrop of Cuban revolutions, African game trails, Key West impoverishment, and the Spanish Civil War.

Despite the temptations presented by the subject's complex nature - his deep depressions, manic elations, tough, swaggering virility combined with a child-like dependence on his various wives - Reynolds manages to eschew the psychobabble fashionable in literary biographies today.

Reynolds' Hemingway Series. 5 primary works, 6 total works. Book 2. Hemingway: The Paris Years. by Michael S. Shelve Hemingway: The 1930s. 5-volume biography of Ernest Hemingway by Michael Reynolds. Book 1. The Young Hemingway. Michael Reynolds recreates the milieu that forge. ore.

In the years between A Farewell to Arms and For Whom the Bell Tolls, Ernest Hemingway matured as a writer against the backdrop of Cuban revolutions, African game trails, Key West impoverishment, and the Spanish Civil War. He experimented in fiction and nonfiction, pushing his limits as a writer, in such works as Death in the Afternoon, Green Hills of Africa, and To Have and Have Not.

Hemingway : the 1930s. by. Reynolds, Michael Shane, 1937-2000. Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961, Authors, American - 20th century - Biography, Journalists - United States - Biography, Depressions - United States, Spain - History - Civil War, 1936-1939 - Literature and the war. Publisher. Norton & Co. Collection. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Oliver Wendell Holmes Library.

Michael Reynolds was a professor of English at North Carolina State University and a finalist for the National Book Award for Young Hemingway

Michael Reynolds was a professor of English at North Carolina State University and a finalist for the National Book Award for Young Hemingway. His other works include Hemingway: The Paris Years and Hemingway: The Homecoming. Country of Publication. The 1930s by Reynolds, Michael S. (Paperback book, 1998) -Hemingway. (Paperback book, 1998). item 2 Reynolds Michael-Hemingway (US IMPORT) BOOK NEW -Reynolds Michael-Hemingway (US IMPORT) BOOK NEW.

Michael S Reynolds, author of five-volume biography of Ernest . Mr. Reynolds followed that volume with ''Hemingway: The Paris Years'' (Blackwell, 1989), ''Hemingway: The American.

Michael S Reynolds, author of five-volume biography of Ernest Hemingway, dies at age 63; photo (M. In the book he described Hemingway's war experience: ''Thrown in among older men, he was accepted as an equal with the privileges of an officer. In the cafes and clubs of Milan, he drank the wines, the cognacs and beers that Oak Park railed against. Reynolds followed that volume with ''Hemingway: The Paris Years'' (Blackwell, 1989), ''Hemingway: The American Homecoming'' (Blackwell 1992) and ''Hemingway: the 1930's'' (W. W. Norton, 1997). Last year Mr. Reynolds published ''Hemingway: The Final Years'' (Norton).

Michael Reynolds is the name of: Michael J. Reynolds (actor) (1939-2018), Canadian feature film actor. Michael Reynolds, British actor noted for BBC roles during the 1960s in The First Churchills. Mike Reynolds (actor) (born 1928), American voice actor specializing in anime. Mike Reynolds, Republican Member in the 49th Legislature of the Oklahoma House of Representatives. Michael Reynolds, Right to Life party candidate in the 1998 New York governor's race.

Drawing on a wealth of new material and period documents, the author of The Young Hemingway traces Ernest Hemingway's development from promising young novelist to a master during the thirties, illuminating his literary evolution and the people, places, and times that influenced it.
Comments:
Xig
This five book series is just outstanding! If you are a Hemingway enthusiast , it doesn't get any better than this series of biographies.

Nirad
Michael Reynolds. Hemingway: The 1930s.
This fourth volume in Reynolds's ongoing series finds Hemingway setting up a home base in Key West, FL, while also following the bullfights-and later the civil war-in Spain, on safari in Africa, and fishing off Cuba. Though it might seem that he had put his talent in dry-dock to enjoy leisure pursuits, his adventures resulted in Death in the Afternoon, Green Hills of Africa, and To Have and Have Not. The book also offers a fine portrait of Pauline, the dutiful second wife who attends patiently to Ernest's every need until he scuttles their marriage when the soon to be next Mrs. H (Martha Gellhorn) appears. This is everything a literary biography should be: it not only ably dissects the artist's actions, but it puts his life and work into historical and, more importantly, emotional context as well. Hemingway emerges as a fully drawn personality and you can all but smell his whisky breath coming off the pages. Though a much over-studied subject, Reynolds again proves that Hemingway is still a rich mine with much gold yet in his veins. A masterpiece in the making.-Michael Rogers, "Library Journal"

Delari
Though this is the fourth of a five book series, and the first I chose to read, I had no trouble keeping up. You could argue that Hemingway the man was more interesting than his fiction and Reynolds goes a pretty good distance to show why. Hemingway takes his first safari, catches Marlin in Key West and fights in the Spanish Civil War, and switches women before the end of the decade.
Reynolds paints a fairly descriptive portrait of Hemingway, but also reminds us of other current events as the decade unfolds. Hemingway begins the decade mostly apolitical, but he is very critical of the New Deal Programs he sees running in his hometown of Key West Florida. In 1936 he likens President Roosevelt's plan to socialism, but his support two years later of antifascist guerrillas in the Spanish Civil War allies him with downright communists.
It was also interesting to watch Hemingway's friendships crumble. Reynolds describes how Gertrude Stein, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Sherwood Anderson went their separate ways from Papa for various reasons, but mostly because Hemingway was an explosive character. His larger than life dominating personality coupled with his fatigue for certain personality types doomed a great deal of one-time friendships.
What I like mostly of Reynolds work is that he likes Hemingway a great deal, and this comes through, despite Papa's many flaws.

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