Hemingway, Cuba, and the Cuban Works
Grimes, Larry and Bickford Sylvester, eds. Hemingway, Cuba, and the Cuban Works. Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, 2013.
Hemingway: The Man Who Worked in and Enjoyed Cuba
Hemingway, Parody or Pastiche?
The Cuban Revolution
An Interview with Gigi’s All-Stars at Ernest Hemingway’s Finca Vigía, San Francisco de Paula, Cuba, July 6, 2004
Mary and Ernest: Too Close to See
The Fishing Was Good Too: Cuban Writer Claims Torrid Love Affair with Jane Mason Drew Hemingway to Havana
The State of Things in Cuba: A Letter to Hemingway
Selection from "It is hard for you to tell," Chapter Three of Cuba y Hemingway en el gran río azul (Cuba and Hemingway on the Great Blue River)
The "Matter of Being Expatriates": Hemingway, Cuba, and Inter-American Literary Study
A Shared Palette: Hemingway and Winslow Homer, Painters of the Gulf Stream
"I am not religious, ...But…": The Virgin of El Cobre and Cuban Catholicism a mi propia manera
Hemingway’s Religious Odyssey: The Afro-Cuban Connection in Two Stories and The Old Man and the Sea
"You Know the Name is No Accident": Hemingway and the Matter of Santiago
"Papa" and Fidel: Cold War, Cuba, and Two Interpretive Communities
Into the Terrain of the Bull: Hemingway’s "The Undefeated"
Death by Drowning: Trauma Theory and Islands in the Stream
Sea of Plenty: The Artist’s Role in Islands in the Stream
Hemingway’s Impressionistic Islands
The Context of Hemingway’s Personal Art and the Caribbean Subject
Trolling the Deep Waters: Hemingway’s Cuban Fiction and the Critics
Hemingway: His Impact in the Cuban Press Today
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