War + Ink: New Perspectives on Ernest Hemingway’s Early Life and Writings
Paul, Steve, Gail Sinclair, and Steven Trout, eds. War + Ink: New Perspectives on Ernest Hemingway’s Early Life and Writings. Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, 2014.
Hemingway in Kansas City: The True Dope on Violence and Creative Sources in a Vile and Lively Place
Ernest Hemingway, 1917-1918: First Work, First War
Love in the Time of Influenza: Hemingway and the 1918 Pandemic
Hemingway: A Typical Doughboy
"Pleasant, Isn’t It?": The Language of Hemingway and His World War I Contemporaries
Looking at Horses: Destructive Spectatorship in The Sun Also Rises
Idealism, Deadlock, and Decimation: The Italian Experience of World War I in Ernest Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms and Emilio Lussu’s Sardinian Brigade
The Fragmented Origins of Ernest Hemingway’s "A Natural History of the Dead"
A Way It Never Was: Propaganda and Shell Shock in "Soldier’s Home" and "A Way You’ll Never Be"
All Quiet on the Midwestern Front: "Soldier’s Home"
Hemingway’s "Soldier’s Home": The Kansas Welcome Association, Abbreviations, and World War I Archives
Getting to the Truth: Hemingway, Cather, and the Testimony of Two World Wars
The Need for Narrative in Our Time: Hemingway’s "Tragic Adventure" and Regis University’s Stories from Wartime
That Supreme Moment of Complete Knowledge: Hemingway’s Theory of the Vision of the Dying
Dangerous Families: A Midwestern Exorcism
Hemingway and Women at the Front: Blowing Bridges in A Farewell to Arms, The Fifth Column, and For Whom the Bell Tolls
Across the Canal and Into Kansas City: Hemingway’s Westward Composition of Absolution in Across the River and Into the Trees
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