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HEMINGWAY AND DOS PASSOS: THE 1930s
Dr. Majed S Allehaibi
(Assistant professor of America Literature, Department of English, School of Arts and Humanities,Jazan University.)
The paper discusses the idea that Dos Passos, who had been strongly a leftist since 1916, began in the second half of the 1930s after a period of aloofness to move away from that philosophy while Hemingway began to move towards it, thus falling into the popular front’s anti-fascist ideology.
Keywords: The Thirties, The Left, Socialism.