Hemingway and Women: Female Critics and the Female Voice
Lawrence R. Broer
Broer, Lawrence R. and Gloria Holland, eds. Hemingway and Women: Female Critics and the Female Voice. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2002.
In Love with Papa
Re-Reading Women II: The Example of Brett, Hadley, Duff, and Women’s Scholarship
The Sun Hasn’t Set Yet: Brett Ashley and the Code Hero Debate
The Romance of Desire in Hemingway’s Fiction
"I’d Rather Not Hear": Women and Men in Conversation in "Cat in the Rain" and "The Sea Change"
To Have and Hold Not: Marie Morgan, Helen Gordon, and Dorothy Hollis
Revisiting the Code: Female Foundations and "The Undiscovered Country" in For Whom the Bell Tolls
On Defiling Eden: The Search for Eve in the Garden of Sorrows
Santiago and the Eternal Feminine: Gendering La Mar in The Old Man and the Sea
West of Everything: The High Cost of Making Men in Islands in the Stream
Queer Families in Hemingway’s Fiction
"Go to sleep, Devil": The Awakening of Catherine’s Feminism in The Garden of Eden
The Light from Hemingway’s Garden: Regendering Papa
Alias Grace: Music and the Feminine Aesthetic in Hemingway’s Early Style
A Lifetime of Flower Narratives: Letting the Silenced Voice Speak
Rivalry, Romance, and War Reporters: Martha Gellhorn’s Love Goes to Press and the Collier’s Files
Hemingway’s Literary Sisters: The Author through the Eyes of Women Writers
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