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Hemingway in the Digital Age

Hemingway in the Digital Age - Laura Gruber Godfrey

Hemingway in the Digital Age

Remarkable connections between Hemingway's time and our own digital era

How can we convince readers, and especially students, to slow down to the crawl that is often necessary to see the real power in the compressed language Hemingway uses to tell a story? Are there qualities of digital age life that make students, somehow, more connected to Hemingway's life and his writing? How can we compare the 21st-century transhumanist interest in making ourselves into 'something more than merely human' with Hemingway's characters like Nick Adams, Jake Barnes, Frederic Henry, Catherine Barkley, Pilar, Robert Jordan, or Santiago, all of whom similarly wrestle within the bounds of their own mortality?

Laura Godfrey has assembled a group of scholars who speak eloquently to these questions. Hemingway's characters are seen trying to live life "all the way up," the way Hemingway's bullfighters did-so which characters do we see as most engaged with the world around them? Which characters pay closest attention to others and to their environments? And did Hemingway seem to assign value to those people who paid close attention? Within this framework, Hemingway's work emerges in stark relief as being about the value-indeed, the necessity-of thoughtfully trying to consider, to observe, and possibly even to understand and connect with people and places. And so, in this 21st-century "digital age" and its increasing vocabulary about the importance of being mindful, present, intentional, and engaged, Hemingway's writing has become relevant for readers and students of all ages in exciting new ways.

Hemingway in the Digital Age makes available to high school, college, and university teachers a wide selection of the emerging techniques and contemporary digital tools for teaching Ernest Hemingway's life and writing, as well as discussions of Hemingway's relevance to digital humanities projects.
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Remarkable connections between Hemingway's time and our own digital era

How can we convince readers, and especially students, to slow down to the crawl that is often necessary to see the real power in the compressed language Hemingway uses to tell a story? Are there qualities of digital age life that make students, somehow, more connected to Hemingway's life and his writing? How can we compare the 21st-century transhumanist interest in making ourselves into 'something more than merely human' with Hemingway's characters like Nick Adams, Jake Barnes, Frederic Henry, Catherine Barkley, Pilar, Robert Jordan, or Santiago, all of whom similarly wrestle within the bounds of their own mortality?

Laura Godfrey has assembled a group of scholars who speak eloquently to these questions. Hemingway's characters are seen trying to live life "all the way up," the way Hemingway's bullfighters did-so which characters do we see as most engaged with the world around them? Which characters pay closest attention to others and to their environments? And did Hemingway seem to assign value to those people who paid close attention? Within this framework, Hemingway's work emerges in stark relief as being about the value-indeed, the necessity-of thoughtfully trying to consider, to observe, and possibly even to understand and connect with people and places. And so, in this 21st-century "digital age" and its increasing vocabulary about the importance of being mindful, present, intentional, and engaged, Hemingway's writing has become relevant for readers and students of all ages in exciting new ways.

Hemingway in the Digital Age makes available to high school, college, and university teachers a wide selection of the emerging techniques and contemporary digital tools for teaching Ernest Hemingway's life and writing, as well as discussions of Hemingway's relevance to digital humanities projects.
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