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Ernest Hemingway Articles

Opinion: “It’s sexist but…”

Opinion: “It’s sexist but…”

Books Editor, Gurnaik Johal, discusses the misogyny at the heart of the work of critically acclaimed writers like Hemingway, Nabokov and Naipaul.

Review: A Farewell to Arms

A Farewell to Arms by Imitating the Dog did not manage to come close to the book’s subtle censure of war, criticises Morris Seifert.

WWI novels: A retrospective

To mark the 100th anniversary of the First World War, Books Editor Esmé Clifford Astbury encourages readers to tuck into one of these novels

Classics digested: The Old Man and the Sea

A tale of passion, perseverance and faith, Ernest Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea is a gem of American literature, says Shanda Moorghen

Two Catalan poets

Tamara Stanton heads to Instituto Cervantes in Deansgate to hear Catalan poets Josep Lluίs Aguiló and Manuel Forcano read from their newly published anthology

Review – Isn’t It Pretty To Think So, by Nick Miller

Nick Miller’s debut novel treads familiar, if not unwelcome, territory