Summary Of The Novel The Dangerous Summer Ernest Hemingway

Summary Of The Novel The Dangerous Summer Ernest Hemingway

… obsessed with the dark side of human mind and in his in-depth psychological exploration of such areas; he would produce stories that were often violent and negative. While his celebrated contemporary, Ernest Hemingway would also focus on psychoanalysis of characters; his stories were closer to reality unlike Faulkners who believed in shocking his readers and taking them by complete surprise. Most of his works have …

… reminds himself that his future employer, “aims to begin owning me body and soul for the next eight months” which indicates that Snopes was extremely furious at the white rich plantation owners of the South and wasn’t prepared to let them own him. By doing so, Faulkner manages to create an atmosphere where almost anything is possible. West (1949) further explains how atmosphere of horror is …

… which shows that readers around the globe admire Faulkner for his unique narrative, his unusual style and his perfect literary devices.


1) GEORGE MARION ODONNELL, FAULKNERS MYTHOLOGY, The Kenyon Review, Summer, 1939, pp. 285-99.
2) Fadiman, Clifton. “Mississippi Frankenstein, The New Yorker, XIV, January 21, 1939
3) Kazin Alfred. “In the Shadow of the Souths Last Stand,” N.Y. Herald Tribune Books, …

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