Joshua Kotin

Joshua Kotin is an assistant professor of English literature at Princeton University.  His essays and reviews have appeared or are forthcoming in PMLAModernism/ModernityChicago Review, and Colloquium.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

The Authentic Hemingway

The portrait of Hemingway that emerges from his letters is ambitious and confident, red-blooded and popular, disciplined and talented....

The Authentic Hemingway
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