The Hemingway Review
In this article, Lisa Tyler starts of by mentioning the Ernest Hemingway presented a list of books he "would rather read again for the first time ... than have an assured income of a million dollars a year." Wuthering Heights was one of them. She further argues that the Wuthering Heights was also an important source for Hemingway's novel A Farewell to Arms. She says that Wuthering Heights resembles A Farewell to Arms in its themes and symbols, sometimes even in its details.First, she argues that A Farewell to Arms makes Catherine sound less like a geisha girl and more like a Romantic hero…
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