Ernest Hemingway and the Geography of Memory
Mark P. Ott
Cirino, Mark and Mark P. Ott, eds. Ernest Hemingway and the Geography of Memory. Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, 2010.
Memory and Manhood: Troublesome Recollections in The Garden of Eden
Reclaimed Experience: Trauma Theory and Hemingway’s Lost Paris Manuscripts
Memory and the Sharks
Memory and Desire: Eliotic Consciousness in Early Hemingway
Lions on the Beach: Dream, Place, and Memory in The Old Man and the Sea
Hemingway and Cultural Geography: The Landscape of Logging in "The End of Something"
Expatriate Lifestyle as Tourist Destination: The Sun Also Rises and Experiential Travelogues of the Twenties
Pursuit Remembered: Experience, Memory, and Invention in Green Hills of Africa
Alchemy, Memory, and Archetypes: Reading Hemingway’s Under Kilimanjaro as an African Fairy Tale
"A Moveable Feast" or "a miserable time actually"? Ernest Hemingway, Kay Boyle, and Modernist Memoir
The Persistence of Memory and the Denial of Self in A Farewell to Arms
The Currents of Memory: Hemingway’s "Big Two-Hearted River" as Metafiction
A Clean, Well-Lighted Place for Killing: Nostalgia in Hemingway’s Death in the Afternoon
Memory in The Garden of Eden
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