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 2013

Essay: The Nightinghouls of Paris: Robert McAlmon’s Queer Paternalism and the Twilight of the Expatriate Movement, Chase Dimock

Article: Absent Fathers, Homosexual Sons, and Melancholic Repression in Three of Hemingway’s Short Stories, Teodóra Dömötör

Article: Anxious Masculinity and Silencing in Ernest Hemingway’s "Mr. and Mrs. Elliot", Teodóra Dömötör

Book: Hemingway’s Trail of the Novel A Farewell to Arms Trans Aleksander Jankovic Potocnik, Branko Drekonja and Aleksander Jonkovic Potocnik

Book Chapter: Magazines, David M. Earle

Book Chapter: Literary Movements, Carl P. Eby

Article: Misreading Resurrection: "The Three-Day Blow" and The Anxiety of Influence, Dustin Faulstick

Article: Intertextual Homelands, Reimagined Communities in Two Southwestern Novels by Louis Owens, Michel Feith

Article: Ernest Hemingway and Enrique Serpa: A Propitious Friendship, Andrew Feldman

Article: "Ave atque vale": F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, Thomas Wolfe—and Charles Scribner’s Sons, John Fenstermaker

Essay: Ernest Hemingway in Esquire: Contextualizing Arnold Gingrich’s Posthumous Portrait(s) of Man and Artist, 1961-1973, John Fenstermaker

Book Chapter: Politics, Robert E. Fleming

Essay: The Sun Also Rises: Incompatible Interpretations, Alan H. Goldman

Essay: Ernest Hemingway, Eugene Goodheart

Book Chapter: Hemingway’s Religious Odyssey: The Afro-Cuban Connection in Two Stories and The Old Man and the Sea, Larry Grimes

Book Chapter: Introduction, Larry Grimes

Book: Hemingway, Cuba, and the Cuban Works, Larry Grimes and Bickford Sylvester

Article: Reading Practices and Digital Experiences: An Investigation into Secondary Students’ Reading Practices and XML-Markup Experiences of Fiction, Dustin Grue, Teresa M. Dobson, and Monica Brown

Book Chapter: War: Spanish Civil War, Stacey Guill

Essay: Ernest Hemingway, Howard Hawks

Book Chapter: Ailments, Accidents, and Suicide, Peter L. Hays

Book Chapter: Animals, Ryan Hediger

Article: Pilar’s Life at the Finca, Hilary Hemingway

Article: Hemingway’s Pilar, Hilary Hemingway

Internet Resource: Hemingway: A Love Affair with Bimini, John Patrick Hemingway

Article: At Hemingway’s Table: Food for the Five Senses, Valerie Hemingway

Article: Reinterpreting Papa(á) in Cuba: On the Social Dimensions of Hemingway’s Translingual Nickname, Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera

Essay: Who Is Speaking to Whom: The Communicative Discourse of Narrative Art, Patrick Colm Hogan

Book Chapter: Race and Ethnicity: African Americans, Gary Edward Holcomb

Article: Hemingway’s Death in The Sun Also Rises, Jason Holt

Article: An Error in the Text of Ernest Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms, C. Harold Hurley

Essay: Regendering War Trauma and Relocating the Abject: Catherine Barkley’s Death, Pearl James

Book Chapter: Cinema and Adaptations, Jill Jividen

Essay: Outstanding Prose: Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961), Celia Blue Johnson

Article: Ernest Hemingway’s Havana Retreat, Finn-Olaf Jones

Book: Beyond Death in the Afternoon: A Meditation on Tragedy in the Corrida, Allen Josephs

Book Chapter: Music, Hilary Kovar Justice

Book Chapter: Chronology, Verna Kale

Book Chapter: Race and Ethnicity: Jews, Jeremy Kaye

Article: "Is It Unmaidenly?": Courtly and Carnal Language in Across the River and into the Trees, Andrew S. Keener

Book Chapter: Modernist Paris and the Expatriate Literary Milieu, J. Gerald Kennedy

Article: Liminal Hemingway: Living and Teaching on the Margins–Confessions of an American Traveler, William W. Kimbrel Jr.

Essay: "Who Are They?": Decision-Making in Literary Translation, Waltraud Kolb

Article: International Creation: Examining Cross-Cultural Influences in Ernest Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls, Matthias Krug

Book: Hemingway and the Post-Narrative Condition: A Commentary on The Sun Also Rises and Other Essays Rev ed, Frank Kyle

Essay: The Bloody Papers, Olivia Laing

Book: The Hemingway Short Story: A Study in Craft for Writers and Readers, Robert Paul Lamb

Book Chapter: Critical Overview, Kelli A. Larson

Book Chapter: Trolling the Deep Waters: Hemingway’s Cuban Fiction and the Critics, Kelli A. Larson

Book Chapter: Publishing Industry and Scribner’s, Leonard J. Leff

Essay: The Writing of a Film Noir: Ernest Hemingway and The Killers, Delphine Letort

Article: In Their Time: The Riddle Behind the Epistolary Friendship Between Ernest Hemingway and Ivan Kashkin, Elizabeth Levin

Article: Catherine as Transgender: Dreaming Identity in The Garden of Eden, Samantha Long

Article: "To Pound a Vicious Typewriter": Hemingway’s Corona #3, Diane Gilbert Madsen

Book Chapter: Hunting, Kevin Maier

Book Chapter: Bullfighting, Miriam B. Mandel

Article: "I knew that underneath Mr. H and I were really a lot alike": Reading Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea with Elizabeth Bishop’s "The Fish", Phillip L. Marcus

Book Chapter: An Interview with Gigi’s All-Stars at Ernest Hemingway’s Finca Vigía, San Francisco de Paula, Cuba, July 6, 2004, David B. Martens

Internet Resource: Hemingway in Bimini—Then & Now, Mike Mazur

Book Chapter: The "Matter of Being Expatriates": Hemingway, Cuba, and Inter-American Literary Study, Scott O. McClintock

Article: The World’s Most Interesting Man, Ron McFarland

Book Chapter: War: World War II, James H. Meredith

Book Chapter: Food and Drink, Peter Messent

Article: The Swedish Thing, Jeffrey Meyers

Essay: Ernest Hemingway, Joe Milutis

Book Chapter: "Papa" and Fidel: Cold War, Cuba, and Two Interpretive Communities, Yoichiro Miyamoto

Book Chapter: Sex, Sexuality, and Marriage, Debra A. Moddelmog

Book: Ernest Hemingway in Context, Debra A. Moddelmog and Suzanne del Gizzo

Article: Hemingway in Madeira in 1954, George Monteiro

Essay: Minimalism, Dirty Realism, and Raymond Carver, Enrico Monti

Book Chapter: Death by Drowning: Trauma Theory and Islands in the Stream, Kim Moreland

Essay: O’Neill and the Lost Generation: O’Neill’s Strange Interlude and Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms, Brenda Murphy

Book Chapter: A Shared Palette: Hemingway and Winslow Homer, Painters of the Gulf Stream, Charlene M. Murphy

Book Chapter: Hemingway’s Impressionistic Islands, James Nagel

Book Chapter: Visual Arts, Lisa Narbeshuber

Article: The Anti-Hero in Modernist Fiction: From Irony to Cultural Renewal, Shadi Neimneh

Article: Flaubertian Aesthetics, Modernist Ethics and Animal Representation in Hemingway’s Green Hills of Africa, Daniel Aurelaino Newman

Book Chapter: Religion, Matthew Nickel

Book: Hemingway’s Dark Night: Catholic Influences and Intertextualities in the Work of Ernest Hemingway, Matthew C. Nickel

Book Chapter: Hemingway Review and The Ernest Hemingway Foundation and Society, Charles M. Oliver

Book Chapter: Fishing, Mark P. Ott

Book Chapter: The Cuban Revolution, Yuri Paporov and Keneth Kinnamon

Essay: Becoming Fiction: Sarraute, Stein, Hemingway, Thomas Phillips

Book Chapter: Photos and Portraits, James Plath

Essay: Hemingway and Chaplin, Abraham Polonsky

Book Chapter: Travel, Russ Pottle

Article: "Sex explains it all": Male Performance, Evolution, and Sexual Selection in Ernest Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises, James A. Puckett

Book Chapter: Into the Terrain of the Bull: Hemingway’s "The Undefeated", Ann Putnam

Book Chapter: Race and Ethnicity: Cubans, Ann Putnam

Book Chapter: Hemingway: His Impact in the Cuban Press Today, Ned Quevedo Arnaiz

Article: Shots to the Mind: Violence, the Brain and Biomedicine in Popular Novels and Film in Post-1960s America, Sean M. Quinlan

Book Chapter: Biography, John Raeburn

Essay: The Complete Body of Modernity in the 1920s: Negotiating Hegemonic and Subordinated Masculinities in Ernest Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises, Teresa Requena-Perlegrí

Book Chapter: Hemingway: The Man Who Worked in and Enjoyed Cuba, Gladys Rodriquez Ferrero

Article: Agassiz or Darwin: Faith and Science in Hemingway’s High School Zoology Class, Michael Roos

Book Chapter: Hemingway, Parody or Pastiche?, Jorge Santos Caballero and Emma Archer

Essay: Bullfighting and Bullshit, Andrew Shaffer

Article: Hemingway and Tolstoy: "The Snows of Kilimanjaro" and "Death of Ivan Il’ich", Sergei Shul'ts

Book: Hemingway Lives! (Why Reading Ernest Hemingway Matters Today), Clancy Sigal

Book Chapter: Reading, Gail Sinclair