Hemingway’s Spain: Imagining the Spanish World
Carl P. Eby
Eby, Carl P. and Mark Cirino, eds. Hemingway’s Spain: Imagining the Spanish World. Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, 2016.
Introduction: Imagining Spain
Hemingway in the Dirt of a Blood and Soil Myth
Ernest Hemingway—¿Amigo de España?
Allegories of Travel and Tourism in "Hills Like White Elephants"
Hemingway and Franklin: Men without Women
A Creative Spiral: From Death in the Afternoon (1932) to The Dangerous Summer (1960)
Bulls, Art, Mithras, and Montherlant
"At Five in the Afternoon": Toward a Poetics of Duende in Bataille and Hemingway
"It was all there...but he could not see it": What’s Dangerous about The Dangerous Summer
Hemingway’s Spain in Flames, 1937
Tanks, Butterflies, Realists, Idealists: Hemingway, Dos Passos, and the Imperfect Ending in Spain of 1937-1938
The Education of Henry: Politics and Context in Hemingway
Foreign Bodies: Documenting Expatriate Involvement in "Night Before Battle" and "Under the Ridge"
Bulls and Bells: Their Toll on Robert Jordan
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