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 2010

Article: Mailer’s "Footnote to Death in the Afternoon", Allen Josephs

Article: The Meaning of Fishing in Hemingway’s Work, Allen Josephs

Book Chapter: "A Moveable Feast" or "a miserable time actually"? Ernest Hemingway, Kay Boyle, and Modernist Memoir, Verna Kale

Article: Critical Reception of Hemingway’s Novel For Whom the Bell Tolls (Komu Zvoni) in the Slovene Cultural Environment, 1950-1960, Irma Kern

Book: Ernest Hemingway: Short Stories and Humanism, A.A. Khan and Qamar Talat

Essay: Ernest Hemingway (In Our Time), Christopher J. Knight

Article: Ahab, Santiago, and Josh: Learning from the Boys, Paula Kopacz

Article: Dawn Powell: Hemingway’s "Favorite Living Writer", Sara Kosiba

Article: Memories of Hemingway: A Letter from Dawn Powell to Carlos Baker, 10 May 1965, Sara Kosiba

Essay: "Wandering Yankees": The transatlantic review or How the Americans Came to Europe, Elena Lamberti

Book: Art Matters: Hemingway, Craft, and the Creation of the Modern Short Story, Lamb Paul Lamb

Book Chapter: The Currents of Memory: Hemingway’s "Big Two-Hearted River" as Metafiction, Robert Paul Lamb

Article: "In Those Days the Distances Were All Very Different": Alienation in Ernest Hemingway’s "God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen", Shannon Whitlock Levitzke

Article: The Ma of Hemingway: Interval, Absence, and Japanese Esthetics in In Our Time, Christopher Loots

Book Chapter: Memory in The Garden of Eden, Barbara Lounsberry

Essay: Ernest Hemingway, J. E. Luebering

Essay: Dealing with Loss: "The Wanderer," the Hemingway Hero, and The Tempest, John V. MacLean

Article: The Hemingways at Canterbury, Lou Mandler

Book Chapter: Manly Assertion, Harvey Mansfield

Article: A Spanish Portrait: Spain and Its Connections with the Thematic and Structural Dimensions of For Whom the Bell Tolls, Ricardo Marín Ruiz

Article: The Mirror Above the Bar: Self-Reflection and Social-Inspection in Hemingway’s "A Clean, Well-Lighted Place", Kenneth Marrott

Book Chapter: Pursuit Remembered: Experience, Memory, and Invention in Green Hills of Africa, Lawrence H. Martin

Book Chapter: The Critical History of The Sun Also Rises, Laurence W. Mazzeno

Essay: The "Survivor": Martha Gellhorn and Ernest Hemingway, Lesley McDowell

Essay: Ernest Hemingway, Peter Messent

Article: Hemingway and the Peninsular War, Jeffrey Meyers

Article: Hemingway in Love: Four Found Letters, Jeffrey Meyers

Article: John Huston and Hemingway, Jeffrey Meyers

Article: "In the Stream of Life": Teaching The Garden of Eden Contextually, Linda Patterson Miller

Article: "Who’s Normal? What’s Normal?" Teaching The Garden of Eden Through the Lens of Normality Studies, Debra A. Moddelmog

Article: "Just the Little Things": Newly Discovered Sources for Hemingway’s 1941 Manila Stay, George Montiero

Essay: The Hemingway Story, George Montiero

Article: Take a Trip into the Heart of Hemingway’s Spain, Katie Morell

Article: The Change of Hemingway’s Literary Style in the 1930s: A Response to Silvia Ammary, Kurt Müller

Essay: Hemingway: The Constructed Self, Timo Müller

Book Chapter: Alchemy, Memory, and Archetypes: Reading Hemingway’s Under Kilimanjaro as an African Fairy Tale, Erik Nakjavani

Book Chapter: About This Volume, Keith Newlin

Book: The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway (Critical Insights Series), Keith Newlin

Book Chapter: On The Sun Also Rises, Keith Newlin

Book: Grace Under Pressure: The Life of Evan Shipman, Sean O'Rourke

Book Chapter: Introduction, Mark P. Ott and Mark Cirino

Book Chapter: Ernest Hemingway: A Cultural and Historical Context, Jennifer Banach Palladino

Book Chapter: Memory and the Sharks, Sergio Perosa and Mark Cirino

Article: Swiping Stein: The Ambivalence of Hemingway Parodies, Daniel Pollack-Pelzner

Book Chapter: Hemingway, Religion, and Masculine Virtue, Joseph Prud'homme

Article: Forms of Havoc: The Malatesta Cantos and "The Battler", Evan Rhodes

Article: The Good Fight: The Spanish Civil War and U.S. Left Film Criticism, Christopher Robé

Essay: "Dear Dos/Dear Hem"—Ernest Hemingway and John Dos Passos: A Turbulent Relationship in Turbulent Times, Hans-Peter Rodenberg

Book Chapter: Ethics Without Theodicy in Ernest Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms, Sayres Rudy

Essay: Aboard the "Pilar" with Hemingway, Havana, 1934, Arnold Samuelson

Book Chapter: Reclaimed Experience: Trauma Theory and Hemingway’s Lost Paris Manuscripts, Marc Seals

Essay: History Looks at Itself: On the Road with the Mailers and George Plimpton, Lawrence Shainberg

Essay: Hell, Kenneth Slawenski

Article: Hemingway’s Nick Adams and the Creation of Raymond Chandler’s Philip Marlowe, Mason Smith

Essay: Nomadic Geographies, or "The Peoples of the World are Rapidly Being Scrambled!", Werner Sollors

Book: Hemingway and French Writers, Ben Stoltzfus

Article: Bent Hemingway: Straightness, Sexuality, Style, Scott St. Pierre

Article: Style, Politics, and Ernest Hemingway’s Spanish Civil War Dispatches, Alex Vernon

Essay: Anderson and Hemingway, Joseph Anthony Ward

Book Chapter: A Clean, Well-Lighted Place for Killing: Nostalgia in Hemingway’s Death in the Afternoon, Emily O. Whittman

Essay: The Water Under the Bridge: Tzveta Sofronieva’s Der Alte Mann, das Meer, die Frau, Chantal Wright

Essay: Performing Maleness, David M. Wyatt

Article: "International Friend": Ernest Hemingway in the Classified Documents of China’s Kuomintang, Hideo Yanagisawa

Article: The New Woman in The Sun Also Rises, Xiaoping Yu

Book Chapter: Hemingway on Being in Our Time, Catherine Zucker

Submissions from 2009

Book Chapter: The Last Great Cause: Hemingway’s Spanish Civil War Writing

Essay: On First Looking (and Looking Once Again) into Chopin’s Fiction: Kate and Ernest and "A Pair of Silk Stockings", Robert D. Arner

Article: "Unpopularity is the Least of My Worries": Captain R. W. Bates and Lieutenant E. M. Hemingway, Stephen Bates

Book: Bloom’s How to Write About Ernest Hemingway, Kim E. Becnel

Book Chapter: Harry and the Pirates: The Romance and Reality of Piracy in Hemingway’s To Have and Have Not, Susan F. Beegel

Book Chapter: Thor Heyerdahl’s Kon-Tiki and Hemingway’s Return to Primitivism in The Old Man and the Sea, Susan F. Beegel

Essay: Hemingway’s Michigan Landscapes, Ronald Berman

Essay: Hemingway: Thinking about Cézanne, Ronald Berman

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

Article: Hemingway, Gender Identity, and the "Paris 1922" Apprenticeship, Patrick Blair Bonds

Essay: Duty Dance with Death: A Farewell to Arms and Slaughterhouse-Five, Lawrence R. Broer

Book Chapter: Only in Key West: Hemingway’s Fortunate Isle, Lawrence R. Broer

Book Chapter: The Nice, the Strange, and the Wicked: Physical and Moral Landscapes in "The Strange Country", Nicole Camastra

Essay: Write Like Ernest Hemingway, William Cane

Essay: Crime and Sympathy, Leonard Cassuto

Book Chapter: Beleaguered Modernists: Hemingway, Stevens, and the Left, Milton A. Cohen

Book Chapter: Reexamining the Origins of "After the Storm", Michael J. Crowley

Book Chapter: Introduction: Hemingway and Key West Literature, Kirk Curnutt

Book: Key West Hemingway: A Reassessment, Kirk Curnutt and Gail D. Sinclair

Article: Why Didn’t Hemingway Mention This Crater?, Stephen Cushman

Article: "Brett Couldn’t Hold Him": Lady Ashley, Pedro Romero, and the Madrid Sequence of The Sun Also Rises, Donald A. Daiker

Article: "Don’t Get Drunk, Jake": Drinking, Drunkenness, and Sobriety in The Sun Also Rises, Donald A. Daiker

Article: Redefining Remate: Hemingway’s Professed Approach to Writing A Moveable Feast, Suzanne del Gizzo

Book: Fitzgerald & Hemingway: Works and Days, Scott Donaldson

Book: All Man! Hemingway, 1950s Men’s Magazines, and the Masculine Persona, David M. Earle

Book: Reader’s Guide to Ernest Hemingway, Rudolf Eisler

Book Chapter: In Our Time: Women’s Presence(s) and the Importance of Being Helen, John J. Fenstermaker

Book Chapter: Why Esquire? The Multiple Voices of Hemingway’s Complex Public Persona, John J. Fenstermaker

Article: The Death of the Children in Islands in the Stream, Robert E. Fleming

Essay: Performative Masculinity: Judith Butler and Hemingway’s Labor Without Capital, Kevin Floyd

Essay: Dispatches from Constantinople: Ernest Hemingway on the Greco-Turkish War, Kim Fortuny

Article: The Notion of Crusade in British and American Literary Responses to the Spanish Civil War, James Fountain

Essay: Not Quite Honest: Samuel Roth’s "Unauthorized" Ulysses and the 1927 International Protest, Jay A. Gertzman

Essay: Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms, Carol Gilligan and David A. J. Richards

Article: Fish Stories: Santiago and Kino in Text and Film, Mimi Gladstein