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The Early Literary Reception of Ernest Hemingway in Iran
International Journal of Comparative Literature and Translation Studies
This essay investigates the dynamics that led to the literary reception of Ernest Hemingway before the Islamic Revolution in Iran. This article deploys reception studies as a branch of Comparative Literature with a focus upon conceptions of Siegbert Salomon Prawer and the practical method of George Asselineau to unearth the ideological, political, and historical milieu that embraced Hemingway's literary fortune in Iran. This investigation, unprecedented in the study of Iranian literature,doi:10.7575/aiac.ijclts.v.6n.1p.29 fatcat:hwlkryf62vabbftsi4vji6vur4