French Connections: Hemingway and Fitzgerald Abroad
J. Gerald Kennedy
Jackson R. Bryer
Kennedy, J. Gerald and Jackson R. Bryer, eds. French Connections: Hemingway and Fitzgerald Abroad. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1998.
Preface: Recovering the French Connections of Hemingway and Fitzgerald
The Right Place at the Right Time
Fitzgerald’s Blue Pencil
"Very Cheerful and Clean and Sane and Lovely": Hemingway’s "Very Pleasant Land of France"
The Expatriate Predicament in The Sun Also Rises
City of Brothely Love: The Influence of Paris and Prostitution on Hemingway’s Fiction
A Shelter from The Torrents of Spring
"In the temps de Gertrude": Hemingway, Stein, and the Scene of Instruction at 27, rue de Fleurus
The Other Paris Years of Ernest Hemingway: 1937 and 1938
Strange Fruits in The Garden of Eden: "The Mysticism of Money," The Great Gatsby—and A Moveable Feast
The Sun Also Rises as "A Greater Gatsby": "Isn’t it pretty to think so"
Madwoman on the Riviera: The Fitzgeralds, Hemingway and the Matter of Modernism
The Metamorphosis of Fitzgerald’s Dick Diver and Its Hemingway Analogs
Figuring the Damage: Fitzgerald’s "Babylon Revisited" and Hemingway’s "The Snows of Kilimanjaro"
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