The Hemingway Bibliography
The Hemingway Bibliography is a searchable online database consisting of the most comprehensive record of annotated Hemingway-related scholarship published worldwide in English from 1990 to the present, including articles, book chapters, books, and online resources. Entries are arranged alphabetically by author within their year of publication. Search by title, author, subject, keyword, date, publisher, or periodical title.


Submissions from 2014

Book Chapter: Wright, Cézanne, and Hemingway, Peter L. Hays

Book Chapter: Looking at Horses: Destructive Spectatorship in The Sun Also Rises, Jennifer Haytock

Article: Cormac McCarthy’s Debt to Ernest Hemingway’s Maestro: Allusions to Arnold Samuelson in All the Pretty Horses, Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera

Article: Man Up: The Obsessive Use of Joke in For Whom the Bell Tolls, Alexa Hernandez

Article: "Pen," "Pencil," and "Penis" in Ernest Hemingway’s "The Snows of Kilimanjaro", C. Harold Hurley

Book Chapter: Introduction: History, Reminiscence and the Occasional Presence of Snow, Allen Josephs

Book: On Hemingway and Spain: Essays & Reviews 1979-2013, Allen Josephs

Essay: The War in "Big Two-Hearted River", Allen Josephs

Article: "Somewhat Rough Withal": Hemingway’s Personal Copy of Old English Ballads (English I, Oak Park High School), Hilary Kovar Justice

Essay: The Bark-Peelers of the North: A Reading of Ernest Hemingway’s Indian Camp, Katalin G. Kállay

Article: Alice the Beautiful: Removing Society’s Judgment in Hemingway’s "The Light of the World", Rachel Karslake

Book Chapter: Hemingway: A Typical Doughboy, Jennifer D. Keene

Article: An All-Too-Moveable Feast: Ernest Hemingway and the Stakes of Terroir, Catherine Keyser

Book Chapter: A Way It Never Was: Propaganda and Shell Shock in "Soldier’s Home" and "A Way You’ll Never Be", Celia M. Kingsbury

Book Chapter: "Pleasant, Isn’t It?": The Language of Hemingway and His World War I Contemporaries, Ellen Andrews Knodt

Article: Rethinking Hemingway’s Versatility, Alvin Knox

Article: Wealth and Women: The Expatriate Performance of Affluence, Matthew Koch

Article: "I Read even the Scraps of Paper I Find on the Street": A Thesis on the Contemporary Literatures of the Americas, Jeffrey Lawrence

Book: Hemingway: How It All Began, Childhood and Youth in Michigan, Gino Leineweber

Article: Introduction: View from the Hill, Adam Long

Essay: Hemingway’s War: Guadarrama, Valle de los Caídos and El Escorial, David Mathieson

Book Chapter: Ernest Hemingway and the Ritz Liberated, Tilar J. Mazzeo

Book Chapter: The Americans Drifting to Paris: 1944, Tilar J. Mazzeo

Book: The Hotel on Place Vendôme: Life, Death, and Betrayal at the Hôtel Ritz in Paris, Tilar J. Mazzeo

Book Chapter: The Press Corps and the Race to Paris, Tilar J. Mazzeo

Book Chapter: Those Dame Reporters: August 26, 1944, Tilar J. Mazzeo

Article: To Have and Have Not: Truth and Fiction in Hemingway’s Key West Home, Molly McCaffrey

Article: A Mutable Feast: Batch of Hemingway Ephemera from Cuba is Digitized, Charles McGrath

Article: "Floating I saw only the sky": Leisure and Self-Fulfillment in Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises, Justin Mellette

Article: Gatsby Meets "Macomber", Jeffrey Meyers

Article: Investigative Reporter of the Spirit: The Search for Five Women, Jeffrey Meyers

Article: Shooting Big Game with Orwell and Hemingway, Jeffrey Meyers

Book Chapter: Hemingway and Women at the Front: Blowing Bridges in A Farewell to Arms, The Fifth Column, and For Whom the Bell Tolls, Kim Moreland

Essay: Cat in the Rain: Ernest Hemingway, Janet Mullane

Book Chapter: Across the Canal and Into Kansas City: Hemingway’s Westward Composition of Absolution in Across the River and Into the Trees, Matthew Nickel

Book Chapter: Hemingway’s "Soldier’s Home": The Kansas Welcome Association, Abbreviations, and World War I Archives, Daryl W. Palmer

Essay: Ernest Hemingway & Agnes von Kurowsky, Gill Paul

Book Chapter: Hemingway in Kansas City: The True Dope on Violence and Creative Sources in a Vile and Lively Place, Steve Paul

Book Chapter: Introduction, Steve Paul, Gail Sinclair, and Steven Trout

Book: War + Ink: New Perspectives on Ernest Hemingway’s Early Life and Writings, Steve Paul, Gail Sinclair, and Steven Trout

Article: Who’s Got Rhythm? Rhythm-Related Shifting in Literary Translation, Hilkka Pekkanen

Book Chapter: 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, Patrick J. Quinn and Steven Trout

Article: Catherine, the Baby and the Gas: The Fatal Effects of Twilight Sleep in A Farewell to Arms, Danell Ragsdell-Hetrick

Book: The Making of Ernest Hemingway: Celebrity, Photojournalism and the Emergence of the Modern Lifestyle Media, Hans-Peter Rodenberg

Article: Bulls, Bullfights, and Bullfighters in Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises, Gabriel Rodríguez-Pazos

Article: Forty Plus Coats of Paint: Pauline Pfeiffer-Hemingway as an (Almost) Delta Debutante, Amy Schmidt

Essay: Truth to the Impression, Michael Schmidt

Essay: "Forged in Injustice": The Gothic Motif in the Fiction of Ernest Hemingway and Richard Wright, Charles Scruggs

Article: Across the Sea: Hemingway’s Cuba, Stone Shiflet

Book: Influencing Hemingway: People and Places That Shaped His Life and Work, Nancy W. Sindelar

Article: Designed to Amuse: Hemingway’s The Torrents of Spring and Intertextual Comedy, Ross K. Tangedal

Essay: Hemingway’s Aged Characters as Symbols of Death, Deng Tianzhong

Article: "I am constructing a legend": Ernest Hemingway in Guy Hickok’s Brooklyn Daily Eagle Articles, Robert W. Trogdon

Book: Hotel Florida: Truth, Love, and Death in the Spanish Civil War, Amanda Vaill

Article: Ernest Hemingway and Paul de Kruif, Jan Peter Verhave

Article: The Spanish Earth and the Non-Nonfiction War Film, Alex Vernon, Almudena Cros, and Peter Davis

Essay: The Moment of Narrative Truth in The Sun Also Rises, William Vesterman

Article: Hemingway’s Homophobia, Nicholas Wapshott

Essay: "You give a damn about so many things I don’t": Hemingway’s Gendered Sentimentalism in "The Snows of Kilimanjaro" and "The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber", Michael T. Wilson

Article: The Short Story Just Got Shorter: Hemingway, Narrative, and the Six-Word Urban Legend, Frederick A. Wright

Article: Awkwardness and Appreciation in Death in the Afternoon, David Wyatt

Article: Harry Morgan’s Identity Crisis: Orientalism and Slumming during the Great Depression in Hemingway’s To Have and Have Not, Hideo Yanagisawa

Essay: Through a Brutal Night into a Dawn of Adolescence—Ernest Hemingway’s "Indian Camp", Fumio Yoshioka

Article: The Camouflage of the Sacred in Hemingway’s Short Fiction, Ali Shehzad Zaidi

Article: Lithuanian Literature in the Scope of Distant Reading, Indrė Žakevičienė

Submissions from 2013

Book Chapter: Rediscovering the Earth: Jake Barnes and Bashō

Internet Resource: The Hemingway Papers

Article: The Sun Also Rises: Sgt. Stubby the Dog in the Window and Other War Allusions, William Adair

Essay: Would Karl Marx Call for an Overthrow of ESPN? Sports as an Opiate of the People, Greg Ahrenhoerster

Article: Analogues of the Deserter-in-The-Gauertal Incident: Philoxenia in "The Snows of Kilimanjaro", David L. Anderson

Book Chapter: The State of Things in Cuba: A Letter to Hemingway, Richard Armstrong and Larry Grimes

Essay: From Dada to Nada: The Dadaist Influence on Hemingway’s Works between 1922 and 1926, Jonathan A. Austad

Article: Fat Words, Fat Souls: Momaday, Hemingway, and the Nature of Truth, Grant Bain

Book Chapter: The Environment, Susan F. Beegel

Article: "In the Breaking of the Bread": Holy and Secular Communion in "Big Two-Hearted River", Goretti M. V. Benca

Book: The Narcissism Conundrum: Mapping the Mindscape of Ernest Hemingway Through an Enquiry into His Epistolary and Literary Corpus, Apoorva Bharadwaj

Book Chapter: Sea of Plenty: The Artist’s Role in Islands in the Stream, Lawrence R. Broer

Internet Resource: Ironic Appropriation of Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls in Bulosan’s The Cry and the Dedication, Robert Brown

Essay: The "Americanization" of Russian Life and Literature through Translations of Hemingway’s Works: Establishing a Russian "Amerikanskii" Substyle in Russian Literature, Alexander Burak

Book: Meeting Hemingway in Pamplona: A Personal Memoir, Robert F. Burgess

Essay: Comparison and Contrast: Orwell, Hemingway, and the Spanish Civil War, William E. Cain

Article: The Death of Love in A Farewell to Arms, William E. Cain

Article: Finding One’s Way as a Writer: A Sequence of Letters, Italo Calvino

Article: Introduction: Special Section, Hemingway and Food, Nicole J. Camastra

Article: "I Was Made to Eat": Food and Brillat-Savarin’s Genesiac Sense in A Farewell to Arms, Nicole J. Camastra

Article: Ernest Hemingway Toasts J. D. Salinger, Peter Carlson

Article: "Always Something of It Remains": Sexual Trauma in Ernest Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls, Natalie Carter

Book Chapter: Styles, Milton A. Cohen

Book Chapter: Women, Nancy R. Comley

Essay: Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961), Mary Cross

Book Chapter: 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), Mary Cruz and Mary Delpino

Essay: Ernest Hemingway’s Books of Common Prayer, Kirk Curnutt

Book Chapter: Literary Friendships, Rivalries and Feuds, Kirk Curnutt

Article: In Search of the Real Nick Adams: The Case for "A Very Short Story", Donald A. Daiker

Book Chapter: The Context of Hemingway’s Personal Art and the Caribbean Subject, Joseph M. DeFalco

Book Chapter: Contemporary Reviews, Albert J. DeFazio III

Book Chapter: Mary and Ernest: Too Close to See, Albert J. DeFazio III

Book Chapter: The Fishing Was Good Too: Cuban Writer Claims Torrid Love Affair with Jane Mason Drew Hemingway to Havana, William E. Deibler

Book Chapter: Cult and Afterlife, Suzanne del Gizzo

Book Chapter: "I am not religious, ...But…": The Virgin of El Cobre and Cuban Catholicism a mi propia manera, Alma DeRojas