Ernest Hemingway: Centennial Essays
E. Nageswara Rao
Rao, E. Nageswara, ed. Ernest Hemingway: Centennial Essays. Delhi: Pencraft International, 2000.
"No Man is an Island": The Relevance of Ernest Hemingway in Our Time
Hemingway: The Quintessential American?
Fisher Kings of a Fecund Land
Writing Under Fire: The Legacy of Hemingway
Threshold Angel and War: Three Case Studies of Heroines from American Fiction
Hemingway’s Second Thoughts: Some Inserts in the First Draft of For Whom the Bell Tolls
Hemingway’s Robert Jordan: A Karma Yogi
Foregrounding the Sea: A Reading of Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea and Thakazhi’s Chemmeen
Why Should We Read Kesava Reddy’s Hemingway in English?
Fredric Henry’s ‘Embarrassment’: Rhetorical Devices in A Farewell to Arms
Re-Emergence of the Artist in "The Snows of Kilimanjaro"
The Hemingway Cattery: The Feline in Hemingway’s Life and Letters
Mirrored Image: Self-reflexivity in Hemingway’s Across the River and into the Trees
Exultation or Excess? Hemingway the Author and Hemingway on Screen
Hemingway and Hollywood: An Uneasy Relationship
From Page to Screen: Hemingway, To Have and Have Not and Hollywood
Interview with Mrs. Mary Hemingway
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