Studies in American Naturalism 11.1

 

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Studies in American Naturalism


 
Volume 11, Number 1 Summer 2015


CONTENTS

Special Issue: Jack London and Ernest Hemingway
Guest Editor: Kenneth K. Brandt


ESSAYS

Introduction
Kenneth K. Brandt

Becoming with Animals: Sympoiesis and the Ecology of Meaning in
London and Hemingway
Ryan Hediger 

Last Stands and Frontier Justice: In Jack London’s Pacifi c and Ernest
Hemingway’s Key West
Anita Duneer

Old Worlds, New Travels: Jack London’s People of the Abyss, Ernest
Hemingway’s
Th e Sun Also Rises, and the Cultural Politics of Travel
Kevin Maier

Native Encounters: Examining Primitivism in Hemingway and
London’s Short Fiction
Gina M. Rossetti

In the Same Corner of the Prize Ring: Jack London, Ernest
Hemingway, and Boxing
Michael J. Martin


REVIEWS

Jack London: A Writer’s Fight for a Better America
by Cecelia Tichi
Jay Williams

Call of the Atlantic: Jack London’s Publishing Odyssey Overseas, 1902– 1916,
by Joseph McAleer
Kenneth K. Brandt
 

Jack London: Th e Paths Men Take
edited by Alessia Tagliaventi
Heather Waldroup

Soulmaker: The Times of Lewis Hine
by Alexander Nemerov
Karen Li Miller

Silent Film and U.S. Naturalist Literature: Time, Narrative, and Modernity,
by Katherine Fusco
Myrto Drizou

American Literature, Lynching, and the Spectator in the Crowd: 
Spectacular Violence
, by Debbie Lelekis
Maria Seger

 

 

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