Ernest Hemingway: A Documentary Volume (Dictionary of Literary Biography, vol 210)
Biographical treatment tracing Hemingway’s life and writing career from Oak Park through the posthumous publications. Reynolds’s introduction chronicles Hemingway’s continued literary and cultural influence along with a brief consideration of his innovative prose style. Covers the composition, publication, and critical reception of all Hemingway’s major works, including In Our Time, The Sun Also Rises, A Farewell to Arms, To Have and Have Not, For Whom the Bell Tolls, The Old Man and the Sea, and The Garden of Eden. Includes chronologies at different stages of his life, facsimiles of his works in progress, reprints of his statements on writing, and excerpts from letters, reviews, and interviews. Concludes with a bibliography for further reading. Also published 2002 as Ernest Hemingway: A Literary Reference by Carroll & Graf.