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 2011

Essay: Hemingway: Stories of the Last Good Land, Eugenio Suárez Galbán

Article: The Wages of War: Liberal Gullibility, Soviet Intervention, and the End of the Popular Front, Ichiro Takayoshi

Article: Frederic’s Conflict between Homosociality and Heterosexuality: War, Marvell, and Sculpture in A Farewell to Arms, Masaya Takeuchi

Book Chapter: An Elephant in the Garden: Hemingway’s Africa in The Garden of Eden Manuscript, Chikako Tanimoto

Essay: Hemingway’s Breadcrumb Trail, Anne Trubek

Article: Taboo or Tolerable?: Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls in Postwar Spain, Lisa A. Twomey

Essay: Trauma in War, Trauma in Life: The Pose of the "Heroic" Battlefield Correspondent, Doug Underwood

Essay: Trauma, News, and Narrative: The Study of Violence and Loss in Journalism and Fiction, Doug Underwood

Essay: Ernest Hemingway, 1899-1961, John Updike

Book: Hemingway: A Life in Pictures, Boris Vejdovsky and Mariel Hemingway

Book: Hemingway’s Second War: Bearing Witness to the Spanish Civil War, Alex Vernon

Essay: Afterword: Ernest Hemingway and American Literature’s Legacy of Environmental Disengagement: The Circular Trajectory of Environmental Openness in In Our Time, Lloyd Willis

Essay: Bad Faith in Green Hills of Africa, Lloyd Willis

Article: A Circuit of Ordeals: Nostalgia and the Romance of Hardship in Graham Greene’s Journey without Maps and Ernest Hemingway’s Green Hills of Africa, Emily O. Wittman

Article: Imitating Hemingway: "After Such Knowledge", Howard R. Wolf

Essay: A Discipline of Sentiments: Masculinity in Ernest Hemingway’s Death in the Afternoon, Daniel Worden

Article: Mentoring American Racial Identity: Sherwood Anderson’s Lessons to Ernest Hemingway, Margaret E. Wright-Cleveland

Article: The Call of the Wild: An Eco-critical Reading of The Old Man and the Sea, Yan Yu

Essay: A Burning World of War: How Iconicity Works in Constructing the Fictional World View in A Farewell to Arms, Xinxin Zhao

Book Chapter: Hemingway: Fifty Years After His Death, Rosella Mamoli Zorzi

Book: Venice and in the Veneto with Ernest Hemingway, Rosella Mamoli Zorzi and Gianni Moriani

Submissions from 2010

Article: The Sun Also Rises: Is Romero Really a Hero Figure?, William Adair

Article: The Sun Also Rises: Mother Brett, William Adair

Article: Montoya and Other Father Figures in The Sun Also Rises: A Drama of Guilt and Punishment, William Adair

Essay: The World Through Parataxis, Robert Alter

Article: Posthumous Queer: Hemingway Among Others, Meryl Altman

Article: Poe’s "Theory of Omission" and Hemingway’s "Unity of Effect", Silvia Ammary

Book Chapter: Biography of Ernest Hemingway, Stanley Archer

Book: Homo americanus: Ernest Hemingway, Tennessee Williams, and Queer Masculinities, John S. Bak

Book Chapter: Gender Identity and the Modern Condition in The Sun Also Rises, Jennifer Banach

Internet Resource: Novel Approach: Reading Courses as an Alternative to Prison, Anna Barker

Article: "An Apostle for His Work": The Death of Lieutenant Edward Michael McKey, Stephen Bates

Article: Ernest Hemingway and the Discipline of Creative Writing, Or, Shark Liver Oil, Eric Bennett

Book: Ernest Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms, Harold Bloom

Book Chapter: Memory and Desire: Eliotic Consciousness in Early Hemingway, Mathew J. Bolton

Book Chapter: An American in Paris: Hemingway and the Expatriate Life, Matthew J. Bolton

Essay: Ben Franklin and the Lost Generation: The Self-Made Man in Fitzgerald, Hemingway, and Wright, Matthew J. Bolton

Book Chapter: Toward a Definition of the Hemingwayesque and the Faulknerian, Matthew J. Bolton

Book: Hemingway: So Far from Simple, Donald F. Bouchard

Book: That Other Hemingway: The Master Inventor, James D. Brasch

Article: Hemingway Talking to Walker Talking to Hemingway, Jacqueline Vaught Brogan

Essay: Hemingway’s Pursuit of Fame, Matthew J. Bruccoli

Book: Male and Female Roles in Ernest Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises, Dedria Bryfonski

Book: Hemingway’s Guns: The Sporting Arms of Ernest Hemingway, Silvio Calabi, Steve Helsley, and Roger Sanger

Essay: Hemingway: For Whom the Bell Tolls, David Caute

Article: The Form Read Round the World: American Short Fiction and World Story, Alan Cheuse

Article: An Evening at the Kennedy White House: Fredric March Performs Hemingway’s Islands in the Stream, Mark Cirino

Article: Beating Mr. Turgenev: "The Execution of Tropmann" and Hemingway’s Aesthetic of Witness, Mark Cirino

Book Chapter: The Persistence of Memory and the Denial of Self in A Farewell to Arms, Mark Cirino

Book: Ernest Hemingway and the Geography of Memory, Mark Cirino and Mark P. Ott

Essay: The Dyadic Subject: Hegel, Aristophanes, Hemingway, Matthew Clark

Article: Vagueness and Ambiguity in Hemingway’s "Soldier’s Home": Two Puzzling Passages, Milton A. Cohen

Book Chapter: “The Revolutionist”, David Winston Conklin

Essay: The Cinematic Artist and the Literary Lion: D. W. Griffith and Ernest Hemingway, Robert C. Cottrell

Article: Pilar Goes Sub Chasing, Robert E. Cray Jr.

Book Chapter: The Paris Review Perspective, Petrina Crockford

Book Chapter: The Paris Review Perspective, Petrina Crockford

Book Chapter: Hemingway, Hopelessness, and Liberalism, William Curtis

Article: "Glow-in-the-Dark Authors": Hemingway’s Celebrity and Legacy in Under Kilimanjaro, Suzanne del Gizzo

Article: "Introduction" to "Teaching The Garden of Eden", Suzanne del Gizzo

Essay: "A Man Can Be Destroyed but Not Defeated": Ernest Hemingway’s Near-Death Experience and Declining Health, Sebastian Dieguez

Essay: Alcoholism in Ernest Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises: A Wine and Roses Perspective of the Lost Generation, Matts G. Djos

Essay: Ernest Hemingway: Nick Adams, Bernard A. Drew

Article: The Short Happy Life of Black Feminist Theory, Ann Ducille

Article: Killin’em with Kindness: "The Porter" and Hemingway’s Racial Cauldron, Marc Dudley

Article: Teaching Modernist Temporality with The Garden of Eden, Carl Eby

Book Chapter: In His Time (and Later): Ernest Hemingway’s Critical Reputation, Robert C. Evans

Book: Picturing Hemingway’s Michigan, Michael R. Federspiel

Book Chapter: Expatriate Lifestyle as Tourist Destination: The Sun Also Rises and Experiential Travelogues of the Twenties, Allyson Nadia Field

Book Chapter: To Have and Have Not: Hemingway Through the Lens of Theodor Adorno, Lauretta Conklin Frederking

Book: Hemingway on Politics and Rebellion, Lauretta Conklin Frederking

Book Chapter: The Rebel: Hemingway and the Struggle Against Politics, Lauretta Conklin Frederking

Essay: A Catalog of Vivid Near-Death Experiences, Fred M. Frohock

Essay: Life Beyond Life, Fred M. Frohock

Book Chapter: The Art of Friction: Ernest Hemingway and William Faulkner, Lorie Watkins Fulton

Article: The French Connection: Some Visual and Literary Sources for the French Connection in Hemingway’s "The Light of the World", Bryan Giemza

Book Chapter: Hemingway and Cultural Geography: The Landscape of Logging in "The End of Something", Laura Gruber Godfrey

Book: Critical Insights: Ernest Hemingway, Eugene Goodheart

Book Chapter: On Ernest Hemingway, Eugene Goodheart

Essay: Hemingway’s Expatriates: A Way of Looking at the World, Nadine Gordimer

Essay: Teaching Hemingway and O’Brien in an Inner-City High School, Reita Gorman

Article: Echoes and Influences: A Comparative Study of Short Fiction by Ernest Hemingway and Robert Morgan, Larry Grimes

Book Chapter: Lions on the Beach: Dream, Place, and Memory in The Old Man and the Sea, Larry Grimes

Article: "Now You Have Seen It": Ernest Hemingway, Joris Ivens, and The Spanish Earth, Stacey Guill

Book Chapter: Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls: Rebellion and the Meaning of Politics in the Spanish Civil War, Kerstin Hamann

Book: Rediscovering Hemingway in Bangladesh and India, 1971-2006, Rabiul Hasan

Article: Imperial Brett in The Sun Also Rises, Peter L. Hays

Book Chapter: The Scapegoat, the Bankrupt, and the Bullfighter: Shadows of a Lost Man in The Sun Also Rises, Neil Heims

Essay: A Moveable Feast, Ernest Hemingway

Article: Chapter 2 in Hemingway’s In Our Time, Michael Hemmingson

Book: Books as Weapons: Propaganda, Publishing, and the Battle for Global Markets in the Era of World War II, John B. Hench

Essay: Hemingway’s Hispanic Vision in For Whom the Bell Tolls, Jeffrey Herlihy

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

Essay: Narrative Theory after the Second Cognitive Revolution, David Herman

Essay: Time, Space, and Narrative Worlds, David Herman

Book Chapter: Memory and Manhood: Troublesome Recollections in The Garden of Eden, Marc Hewson

Article: Hemingway’s Byron: Romantic Posturing in the Age of Modernism, Richard Hishmeh

Article: A Passion for Plot: Prolegomena to Affective Narratology, Patrick Colm Hogan

Article: Man is Invincible—About Hemingway’s Humanism, Liangguang Huang

Article: Between the Language and Silence of War: Martha Gellhorn and the Female Characters of Hemingway’s The Fifth Column, Lisa Jackson-Schebetta