Teaching Hemingway and the Natural World
Maier, Kevin, ed. Teaching Hemingway and the Natural World. Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, 2018.
"Nick trailed his hand in the water": Understanding the Importance of Landscape in In Our Time
On Familiar Ground: Intimate Geographies and Assumptions of Place in Hemingway’s Nick Adams Stories
"Summer People, Some Are Not": Seasonal Visitors, Cottage-ing, and the Exoticism of Hemingway’s Michigan
Organic Space and Time: Using Henri Bergson to Explain Nick Adams’s Intuition of the World in "Big Two-Hearted River"
A Darwinian Reading of "Big Two-Hearted River": The Re-enchantment of Nick Adams?
It’s All About a Perfect Drift: Reading the Fishing Metaphor in "Big Two-Hearted River"
Not Against Nature: Hemingway, Fishing, and the Cramp of an Environmental Ethic
Man or Fish? An Ecocritical Reading of The Old Man and the Sea
The Sea Has Many Voices: A Maritime Studies Experience of The Old Man and the Sea
"Shootism" Versus "Sport" in Hemingway’s "Macomber"
Pity and the Beasts: Teaching Hemingway’s Stories via Sympathy for Animals
Teaching the Conflicts in "The Snows of Kilimanjaro"
"I Hated to Leave France": The Geography and Terrain of Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises
A Few Practical Things: Death in the Afternoon and Hemingway’s Natural Pedagogy
Flashbacks and the Trials of Hemingway’s War Veterans: Healing in the Natural World
Skiing with Papa: Teaching Hemingway in the Backcountry Snow
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