One True Podcast welcomes scholar Ross Tangedal for a spirited discussion about Hemingway’s 1923 publication, Three Stories & Ten Poems, including the incendiary early effort, “Up in Michigan.” Tangedal guides us through this slim volume as an underrated portrait of the artist as a young man.
What does this early fiction tell us about the young Hemingway? Are there signs of his later mastery? How should we value Hemingway as a poet?
Join us for a discussion about this seldom-addressed book in Hemingway studies. Also note the performance of selected Hemingway fiction and poetry by some of the University of Evansville’s talented Theatre students.
This episode was recorded on July 9, 2020.