Cuba in Hemingway

  title={Cuba in Hemingway},
  author={Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera},
  journal={The Hemingway Review},
  pages={41 - 8}
Many critics characterize Ernest Hemingway as an unhyphenated American (in a cultural sense) for whom English is a dominant language. He is not commonly considered Cuban or Caribbean, Cuban-American or American-Cuban; and to nuance that model, this article re-examines the cultural geography of the Finca Vigía homestead and some of Hemingway's social performances in Cuba (and elsewhere) in the scope of recent studies in multicultural psychology. The argument reconsiders the ways Hemingway is… 
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