Up in Michigan Perspectives
Frederic J. Svoboda
Joseph J. Waldemeir
Svoboda, Frederic J. and Joseph J. Waldemeir., eds. Up in Michigan Perspectives. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 1995.
Introduction: Walking into the Country
A Moveable Michigan: A Talk Given in a Room on the Petoskey Harbor Overlooking Lake Michigan
False Wilderness: Northern Michigan as Created in the Nick Adams Stories
Hemingway Bids Goodbye to Youth: Childhood’s End in Seney
The First Nick Adams Stories
The Doctor and the Doctor’s Son: Immortalities in "Indian Camp"
William James and "The Doctor and the Doctor’s Wife"
Nothing Was Ever Lost: Another Look at "That Marge Business"
"Nothing" in "Big Two-Hearted River"
The Fantasies of Omnipotence and Powerlessness: Commemoration in Hemingway’s "Fathers and Sons"
Hemingway and the Limits of Biography: An Exchange on the "Jimmy Breen" Manuscript between Michael Reynolds and Linda Wagner-Martin, with Audience Comment
Narrational Values and Robert Cohn in The Sun Also Rises
Anti-Semitism in The Sun Also Rises: Trauma, Jealousies, and the Genesis of Cohn
The Secrecies of the Public Hemingway
Manners and Morals in A Farewell to Arms
Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms: The World beyond Oak Park and Idealism
The Sexual Impasse to Romantic Order in Hemingway’s Fiction: A Farewell to Arms, Othello, "Orpen," and the Hemingway Canon
Nina Baym’s Benevolent Reading of the Macomber Story
Hemingway’s "Today is Friday" as Ballad of the goodly Fere
Love and Death in Hemingway’s Spanish Novel
Love in For Whom the Bell Tolls: Hemingway’s Undiscovered Country
Something in It for You: Role Models in For Whom the Bell Tolls
"Anti-War Correspondence": Reshaping Death in the For Whom the Bell Tolls Manuscript
Reconsidering the Travesty of Himself: Another Look at Across the River and into the Trees
The Suspended Woman in the Work of Ernest Hemingway
Stepping into the Labyrinth: Fifteen Years of Hemingway Scholarship
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