Key West Hemingway: A Reassessment
Gail D. Sinclair
Curnutt, Kirk and Gail D. Sinclair, eds. Key West Hemingway: A Reassessment. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2009.
Hemingway Chronology: The Key West Years
Introduction: Hemingway and Key West Literature
A Key West Girl
907 Whitehead Street
Only in Key West: Hemingway’s Fortunate Isle
The End of Some Things: Hemingway’s Decade of Loss
Beleaguered Modernists: Hemingway, Stevens, and the Left
Hemingway, the Left, and Key West
Harry and the Pirates: The Romance and Reality of Piracy in Hemingway’s To Have and Have Not
Tropical Iceberg: Cuban Turmoil in the 1930s and Hemingway’s To Have and Have Not
The Anita Logs and To Have and Have Not: The Gulf Stream as Transcribed Experience
"The Poor Are Different from You and Me": Masculinity and Class in To Have and Have Not
Hemingway, Faulkner, and Hawks: The Nexus of Creativity that Generated the Film To Have and Have Not
Reexamining the Origins of "After the Storm"
Why Esquire? The Multiple Voices of Hemingway’s Complex Public Persona
Letters and Literary Tourism: Hemingway as Your Key West Correspondent in "The Sights of Whitehead Street"
Hemingway’s Key West Band of Brothers: The World War I Veterans in ‘Who Murdered the Vets?’ and To Have and Have Not
The Nice, the Strange, and the Wicked: Physical and Moral Landscapes in "The Strange Country"
Key West as Carnival: Hemingway and the Commodification of Celebrity
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