Author(s): Bülent C. TANRITANIR

ts sharing the sorrowful experiences of the public to a great extent in the years of ‘Great Depression’. This article aims at reviewing the Americanness of two prominent American novelists of the twentieth century, by concentrating on one of their novels: Fitzgerald’s Tender is the Night Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls, written in the 1930s, displayed a sharp social criticism, basing their stories on different spheres and settings, but having the same critical attitude towards To Have and Have Not (1937) (Hemingway’s first big novel) and same kindness to the men of idealism; they also share the same pessimistic attitude to the poignant experience of America’s distressful years.


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