Rosen, Kenneth, ed. Hemingway Repossessed. Westport: Praeger, 1994.
In Our Time and Picasso
Le Torero and "The Undefeated": Hemingway’s Foray into Analytical Cubism
Artists and Their Art: Hemingway and Velásquez—The Shared Worlds of For Whom the Bell Tolls and Las Meninas
Formal Analogies in the Texts and Paintings of Ernest Hemingway and Paul Cézanne
Repossessing Papa: A Narcissistic Meditation
Hemingway's Influence on Sportswriting
Mythmaking, Androgyny, and the Creative Process, Answering Mark Spilka
"The Undefeated" and Sangre y Arena: Hemingway’s Mano a Mano with Blasco Ibánez
Reality and Invention in For Whom the Bell Tolls, or Reflections on the Nature of the Historical Novel
Nostalgia, Its Stylistics and Politics in Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls
"You Sure This Thing Has Trout in It?" Fishing and Fabrication, Omission and "Vermification" in The Sun Also Rises
Reading the Names Right
Who Wrote Hemingway’s In Our Time?
Beginning with "Nothing"
Opiates, Laughter, and the Radio’s Sweet Lies: Community and Isolation in Hemingway’s "The Gambler, the Nun, and the Radio"
Hemingway on Sexual Otherness: What’s Really Funny in The Sun Also Rises
Anthology of sixteen new essays on Hemingway’s life and works.
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