Terribly injured in World War I, Jake Barnes finds solace in the shell-shocked immorality of the so-called "lost generation" in this, Hemingway's acclaimed first novel.
This study aid includes dramatic readings, a detailed narrative guide to the novel, critical analysis, and an introduction to the Europe of Hemingway's day.
Author Robert Murray is director of the Writing Center at Rutgers College and a lecturer at Princeton University. Narrator Frank Dwyer is the literary manager for the Mark Taper Forum, where he also directs.
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