SPAIN IN AMERICAN LITERATURE: AN ANALYSIS OF THE WORKS OF IRVING, HEMINGWAY, BELLOW, AND BROWN
Published: 16 Sep 2020
Abstract: This essay analyzes the similarities and differences in the fiction and nonfiction works of Washington Irving, Ernest Hemingway, Saul Bellow, and Dan Brown that are set in Spain. In particular, this essay examines these works from a touristic perspective in order to clarify the themes, sources of influence, originality, and individuality of the works.
Keywords: quest, travel literature, spain, alhambra, pamplona, alcalá de henares, segovia, bilbao, sagrada família, washington irving, ernest hemingway, saul be
Cite this article: Motoko Suzuki. SPAIN IN AMERICAN LITERATURE: AN ANALYSIS OF THE WORKS OF IRVING, HEMINGWAY, BELLOW, AND BROWN. Journal of International Scientific Publications: Language, Individual & Society 14, 50-60 (2020). https://www.scientific-publications.net/en/article/1002120/
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