Bredahl, A. Carl Jr. Books

Hemingway's Green Hills of Africa as Evolutionary Narrative Helix and Scimitar
1990 0-88946-165-1
A close reading of a text that has been critiqued as "relatively meaningless" and "trivial" or as "a disappointment," but which Hemingway thought contained some of his best work. Demonstrates the richness and importance of this central but still unread and misunderstood work from Hemingway's major period of creativity. Should be the impetus for a major reexamination of the Hemingway canon and its place in 20th-century American literature.