Hemingway’s Italy: New Perspectives
Sanderson, Rena, ed. Hemingway’s Italy: New Perspectives. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2006.
Hemingway’s Italy: Paradise Lost
The Italian Education of Ernest Hemingway
Bringing "Italianicity" Home: Hemingway Returns to Oak Park
A Captain in Hemingway’s Court? The Story of Ernest Hemingway, A Farewell to Arms, and the Unpublished Papers of Robert W. Bates
Of Mussolini and Macaroni: Hemingway, Fitzgerald, and Expatriate "Italianicity"
"The Revolutionist": Historical Context and Political Ideology
Anti-Fascist Symbols and Subtexts in A Farewell to Arms: Hemingway, Mussolini, and Journalism in the 1920s
Who’s the Foreigner Now? Rethinking 1920s American Prejudice in A Farewell to Arms
Angling for Affection: Absent Fathers, Fatherhood, and Fishing in A Farewell to Arms
Hemingway’s Stresa—Getting It Right: Actual and Symbolic Landscape, Deep Structure, and the Borromean Subtext
"Arms and the Man": An Italian Lineage for the Wedding of Love and War in A Farewell to Arms
"Suddenly and Unreasonably": Shooting the Sergeant in A Farewell to Arms
At the Heart of A Farewell to Arms
Ettore Moretti: Hemingway’s "Legitimate War Hero"?
Internal Structures: The Conservatism of A Farewell to Arms
Nick Adams in Italy
Painters and Paintings in Across the River and Into the Trees
Wrath and Agony in Across the River and Into the Trees
Hemingway, the Embodiment of the American Myth, and Italian Leftist Writer
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