Hemingway and the Natural World
Fleming, Robert, ed. Hemingway and the Natural World. Moscow: University of Idaho Press, 1999.
"Hemingway and the Natural World" Keynote Address, Seventh International Hemingway Conference
Whose Nature? Differing Narrative Perspectives in Hemingway’s "Big Two-Hearted River"
Man Cannot Live by Dry Flies Alone: Fly Rods, Grasshoppers, and an Adaptive Catholicity in Hemingway’s "Big Two-Hearted River"
Hemingway’s Use of a Natural Resource: Indians
Roosevelt and Hemingway: Natural History, Manliness, and the Rhetoric of the Strenuous Life
Shadow Rider: The Hemingway Hero as Western Archetype
Hemingway’s Constructed Africa: Green Hills of Africa and the Conventions of Colonial Sporting Books
Memory, Grief, and the Terrain of Desire: Hemingway’s Green Hills of Africa
"The African Book": Hemingway Major and Late in the Natural World
Dead Rabbits, Bad Milk, and Lost Eggs: Women, Nature, and Myth in For Whom the Bell Tolls
Shifting Orders: Chaos and Order in For Whom the Bell Tolls
Moving Earth: Ecofeminist Sites in Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls and Gellhorn’s A Stricken Field
Hemingway’s Gentle Hunters: Contradiction or Duality?
Hemingway’s Late Life Relationship with Birds
Bird Hunting and Male Bonding in Hemingway’s Fiction and Family
Freedom and Motion, Place and Placelessness: On the Road in Hemingway’s America
Vardis Fisher: Ernest Hemingway’s Stern Idaho Critic
Dateline Sun Valley: The Press Coverage of the Death of Ernest Hemingway
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