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

Article: Writing Ritual, Resisting Resolution: The Short Story Cycles of Hemingway and Steinbeck, Jennifer J. Smith

Book Chapter: Letters, Sandra Spanier

Book: The Letters of Ernest Hemingway, Volume 2, 1923-1925, Sandra Spanier, Albert J. DeFazio III, and Robert W. Trogdon

Article: Hemingway’s Hospitality in A Moveable Feast, Nicole Stamant

Article: "Out Too Far": Half-Fish, Beaten Men, and the Tenor of Masculine Grace in The Old Man and the Sea, Gregory Stephens and Janice Cools

Book Chapter: "You Know the Name is No Accident": Hemingway and the Matter of Santiago, H. R. Stoneback

Book Chapter: Race and Ethnicity: American Indians, Amy Strong

Book Chapter: Masculinity, Thomas Strychacz

Article: "Watch Out How That Egg Runs": Hemingway and the Rhetoric of American Road Food, Neil Stubbs

Essay: Excision and Textual Waste: The Sun Also Rises, Hannah Sullivan

Book Chapter: Houses and Museums, Frederic Svoboda

Book Chapter: Race and Ethnicity: Africans, Nghana tamu Lewis

Article: Being and Time in Ernest Hemingway’s "Cat in the Rain", Daniel Thomières

Article: PEN Hemingway Keynote Address, Colm Tóibín

Article: Ernest Hemingway’s Characters in The Sun Also Rises Trapped within the Vicious Circle of Alienation, Alpaslan Toker

Book Chapter: Posthumous Publications, Robert W. Trogdon

Book Chapter: Critical Overview of the Biographies, Lisa Tyler

Essay: Racing To Have and Have Not, Charli G. Valdez

Book Chapter: War: World War I, Alex Vernon

Article: "Every Guy Has His Own Africa": Postwar Anthropology in Saul Bellow’s Henderson the Rain King, Tim Watson

Essay: The Crowd at War and at Home in Hemingway’s and Fitzgerald’s Fiction, Benjamin S. West

Article: Fitzgerald, Hemingway, and "Thank You for the Light", James L. W. West III

Article: Continental Conjecture: Ephemera, Imitation and America’s (late) Modernist Canons in the Three Mountains Press and Robert McAlmon’s Contact Editions, Eric B. White

Book Chapter: Travel Writing, Emily O. Whittman

Book Chapter: Manuscripts and Collections, Susan Wrynn

Article: Hemingway in Venice, Rosella Mamoli Zorzi

Submissions from 2012

Article: Ernest Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises: The Novel as Gossip, William Adair

Essay: Readings of Gender and Madness in Hemingway’s Across the River and into the Trees and The Garden of Eden, Sarah Wood Anderson

Essay: Readings of Resistance in Hemingway’s Trauma Fiction, Sarah Wood Anderson

Article: Deadline Artists: America’s Greatest Newspaper Columns, John Avlon, Jesse Angelo, and Errol Louis

Book: The Heming Way: How to Unleash the Booze-Inhaling, Animal-Slaughtering, War-Glorifying, Hairy-Chested Retro-Sexual Legend Within, Just Like Papa!, Marty Beckerman

Article: Who Was Fatty Pearson?, Tim Belknap

Essay: Still Rising, Tom Bissell

Article: A World Thoroughly Unmade: McCarthy’s Conclusion to The Road, Kenneth K. Brandt

Article: Cinema of the Mind, Robert Olen Butler

Essay: Cluedoing the Home: Crime Fiction and the Art of Internal Detection, Alessandra Calanchi

Article: Hemingway’s Horses, Charles Caramello

Article: Mr. Wilson’s War: Peace, Neutrality, and Entangling Alliances in Hemingway’s In Our Time, Craig Carey

Article: Michigan’s Literary Laureates, Bill Castanier

Essay: (De-)Constructions of Masculinity in the Hemingway Myth, Keith Cavedo

Book: Ernest Hemingway: Thought in Action, Mark Cirino

Book: Ernest Hemingway 4 vols, Henry Claridge

Article: The Aesthetics of Revealing/Concealing in ‘The Killers’ by Ernest Hemingway and in Its Adaptation by Robert Siodmak, Linda Collinge-Germain

Book: Hemingway’s The Garden of Eden: Twenty-Five Years of Criticism, Suzanne del Gizzo and Frederic J. Svoboda

Essay: Ernest Hemingway, Christina Henry de Tessan

Article: Transforming Frederic Henry’s War Narrative: In einem andern Land and Translational Embellishment, Christopher M. Dick

Article: Great Editing: A Beginner’s Luck, Scott Donaldson

Essay: Hemingway vs. Fenton, Scott Donaldson

Essay: "Just Like Brothers": Ernest Hemingway and Gertrude Stein, David Dowling

Article: PEN Hemingway Keynote Address: "Ernest Hemingway: Why His Work Matters Now More than Ever, A Love Letter from the Digital World", Andre Dubus III

Book: Hemingway, Race, and Art: Bloodlines and the Color Line, Marc K. Dudley

Essay: Sentence Connection in Fictive Dialogue, Anna Espunya

Article: The "Pound Case" in Historical Perspective: An Archival Overview, Matthew Feldman

Book Chapter: "Across the river and into the trees, I thought": Hemingway’s Impact on Alex La Guma, Roger Field

Article: Ernest Hemingway and T. S. Eliot: A Tangled Relationship, Joseph M. Flora

Book: Faulkner and Hemingway: Biography of a Literary Rivalry, Joseph Fruscione

Article: Hemingway, Faulkner and the Clash of Reputations, Joseph Fruscione

Book Chapter: Knowing and Recombining: Ellison’s Ways of Understanding Hemingway, Joseph Fruscione

Article: Slugging and Snubbing, Steven P. Gietschier

Article: Text and Image: The Internet Generation Reads "The Short Happy Life of Frances Macomber", Laura Gruber Godfrey

Essay: First Lede/Real Lead: A Creative Nonfiction Experiment Precipitated by Ernest Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald, Lee Gutkind

Article: F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Essays from the Edge: The Jazz Age Novelist’s Chronicle of His Mental Collapse, Much derided by His Critics, Anticipated the Rise of Autobiographical Writing in America, Patricia Hampl

Article: Hemingway: The 45th Parallel—Two Bars, Jim Harrison

Essay: Hemingway, Fitzgerald, and The Sun Also Rises, Jeffrey Hart

Essay: Hemingway’s Best Novel, Jeffrey Hart

Book: Unbelievable Happiness and Final Sorrow: The Hemingway-Pfeiffer Marriage, Ruth A. Hawkins

Book: I Am Spain: The Spanish Civil War and the Men and Women Who Went to Fight Fascism, David Boyd Haycock

Article: Hemingway, Wilhelm, and a Style for Lesbian Representation, Jennifer Haytock

Article: Ernest Hemingway, the False Macho, John Hemingway

Article: "He Was Sort of a Joke, In Fact": Ernest Hemingway in Spain, Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera

Essay: The Complications of Exile in Ernest Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises, Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera

Article: When Hemingway Hated Paris: Divorce Proceedings, Contemplations of Suicide, and the Deleted Chapters of The Sun Also Rises, Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera

Book Chapter: Hemingway and McKay, Race and Nation, Gary Edward Holcomb

Book Chapter: Hemingway and the Black Renaissance, Gary Edward Holcomb and Charles Scruggs

Book: Hemingway and the Black Renaissance, Gary Edward Holcomb and Charles Scruggs

Article: Recalcitrant Simplicity: Thin Characters and Thick Narration in A Farewell to Arms, Alexander Hollenberg

Article: The Spacious Foreground: Interpreting Simplicity and Ecocritical Ethics in The Old Man and the Sea, Alexander Hollenberg

Article: For Whom the Bell Tolls in Ernest Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls, Shabnum Iftikhar

Essay: On the Creative Function of Translation in Modern and Postwar Japan: Hemingway, Proust, and Modern Japanese Novels, Ken Inoue

Article: Style is the Man, Clive James

Book Chapter: The Garden of Eden at Twenty-five, Tom Jenks

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

Article: The Consolation of Critique: Food, Culture, and Civilization in Ernest Hemingway, Hilary Kovar Justice

Essay: Reading for the Complot, David Kelman

Article: Dirty, White Candles: Ernest Hemingway’s Encounter with the East, Mel Kenne

Article: Story of a Lifetime, Alex Kershaw

Article: Erectile Dysfunction and the Post War Novel: The Sun Also Rises and In Country, Elizabeth Klaver

Article: A Trick Men Learn in Paris: Hemingway, Esquire and Mass Tourism, Kevin Maier

Essay: A Matter of Time: The Cinematographic Quality of Narration in Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises, Clara Mallier

Book: The Invincibility in Ernest Hemingway: A Readers’ Guide, Patil Mallikarjun

Book Chapter: Rereading Hemingway: Rhetorics of Whiteness, Labor, and Identity, Ian Marshall

Article: Modern Man: Mirror Images of Hemingway’s Four Witnesses of Christ’s Crucifixion in "Today is Friday", John V. McDermott

Article: A Reading of Zoomorphism in "The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber", Christopher McGill

Article: Of Hemingway and the Pulitzer, Gregory McNamee

Internet Resource: Writing as Fishing: Conceptual Metaphor and "Resonance" in a Story by Hemingway and a Poem by Wordsworth, Burton Melnick

Article: Annotations to Hemingway’s Poetry, Jeffrey Meyers

Article: Hemingway’s Poetry, Jeffrey Meyers

Book Chapter: Free Men in Paris: The Shared Sensibility of James Baldwin and Ernest Hemingway, D. Quentin Miller

Essay: The Confessional Narration of Ernest Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises, James Nagel

Essay: The Translator’s Style in Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea, Elaine Yin-ling Ng