ABSTRACT. The projection of the self overcomes the boundaries of the internal struggle and it is somewhat coerced to outline a similar representation of it onto a foreign element belonging to the writing. Hence, it is regarded as more than a mere outcome of the act of creation, as an impossibility to keep the ardent turmoil of creativity within the self. pp. 9–15

Keywords: otherness; death; life; turmoil; Hemingway

Irina Simanschi
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University of Craiova

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