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 2019

Book Chapter: Appendix C, English 296: Major Figures (Hemingway) Midterm Presentations

Article: Systematic Shifts in Implicatures in Two Arabic Translations of Ernest Hemingway's A Farewell to Arms, Othman Ahmad Abualadas

Article: Reading Ernest Hemingway in Algeria, Chaker Mohamed Ben Ali

Essay: The Consensual Voice: Fantasies of Reciprocity in James and Hemingway, Elizabeth Alsop

Book: Archetypal Figures in "The Snows of Kilimanjaro": Hemingway on Flight and Hospitality, David L. Anderson

Article: Bugs and Sam: Nick Adams’s Guides in Hemingway’s "The Battler" and "The Killers", John Beall

Book Chapter: Hemingway’s "The Battler": Team Teaching and Questions about Race, John Beall

Article: The Dark Humor of Hemingway’s "A Way You’ll Never Be", John Beall

Essay: A Farewell to Arms (Ernest Hemingway, 1929), Eugene Edward Beiriger

Essay: Existential Psychotherapy: Living with Death Anxiety, Jeffrey Berman

Essay: Transnationalism, Its Oxymora and Double Anthropology: From The Sun Also Rises to En attendant le vote des bêtes sauvages and Baby No-Eyes, Jean Bessière

Article: A Café is a Very Different Thing: Hemingway’s Café as Church and Home, Leon Betsworth

Article: Wasted Bulls and Fungus-Ridden Fish: Waste, Travel, and Entitlement in Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises, Andrew Bishop

Essay: Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961), Harold Bloom

Article: Freedom Over Seas: Eileen Chang, Ernest Hemingway, and the Translation of Truth in the Cold War, L. Maria Bo

Book Chapter: Reality TV in the Virtual Classroom: Teaching Hemingway’s Canceled Episodes ("The Last Good Country"), Patrick Bonds

Book Chapter: Wharton to Hemingway to Highsmith: American Noir Comes of Age, Parley Ann Boswell

Book: Hemingway, Trauma, and Masculinity: In the Garden of the Uncanny, Stephen Gilbert Brown

Book Chapter: Hemingway’s "The End of Something" for High School Sophomores, Janice F. Byrne

Book Chapter: Putting the Medium and the Message in Perspective: Teaching The Sun Also Rises in the Digital Age, Nicole J. Camastra

Essay: The Old Man and the Sea: Ernest Hemingway, Darien Cavanaugh

Essay: Marked Forms and Indeterminate Implicatures in Ernest Hemingway’s Fiesta: The Sun Also Rises, Siobhan Chapman

Article: "Hurray for Foreigners!" Reading Hemingway’s Spain in the Context of Tourism Studies, Danielle Clapham

Book Chapter: "The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber," Theory, and the Systematic Literature Review, Cam Cobb

Book Chapter: How to Not Read Hemingway, Brian Croxall

Book Chapter: A Meme-able Feast: Teaching Modernist Citationality and Hemingway Iconography through the Internet’s Most Infectious Replicator, Kirk Curnutt

Article: Nick Adams and Jake Barnes: Hemingway’s Earliest Heroes and Alter Egos, Donald A. Daiker

Book Chapter: Teaching Hemingway’s "Cross-Country Snow", Donald A. Daiker

Article: Minimalism as Detoxification, Michael Dango

Article: Murder by Committee: Realism and Responsibility in Ernest Hemingway’s "The Butterfly and the Tank", Jon Falsarella Dawson

Essay: Objects of Disgust: A Moveable Feast and the Modernist Anti-Vomitive, Michel Delville and Andrew Norris

Essay: "In Another Country" by Ernest Hemingway, Andre Dubus

Book Chapter: Reading between the (Color) Lines: Teaching Race in Hemingway’s "The Battler", Marc Dudley

Book Chapter: "Concrete Particulars": The Suggestive Power of Physical World Details in Across the River and into the Trees, Mark Ebel

Article: "In the Year of the Maji Maji": Settler colonialism, the Nandi Resistance, and Race in The Garden of Eden, Carl Eby

Book: Crucible: The Long End of the Great War and the Birth of a New World, 1917-1924, Charles Emmerson

Article: Hunting Out Latour’s Collective in Leigh and Hemingway: Nonhuman Presence in The Hunter and The Old Man and the Sea, Seonaid Espiner

Book: The Hemingway Industry, David Faris

Book Chapter: Wharton, Hemingway, Ecclesiastes, and the Modernist Impulse, Dustin Faulstick

Book: Ernesto: The Untold Story of Hemingway in Revolutionary Cuba, Andrew Feldman

Article: Character References and Psychological Distance in Hemingway’s CAT IN THE RAIN, Wei Feng

Article: The Poetics of Six-Word Stories, David Fishelov

Article: Interview with Joseph M. Flora, Joseph M. Flora

Book: Yours, for probably always; Martha Gellhorn's Letters of Love & War, 1930-1949, Martha Gellhorn

Book: Write Like Hemingway: Find Your Voice, Discover Your Style: 10 Rules that Guided a Nobel Laureate, E. J. Gleason

Book: Hemingway in the Digital Age: Reflections on Teaching, Reading, and Understanding, Laura Godfrey

Book Chapter: Introduction: Hemingway in the Digital Age, Laura Godfrey

Book Chapter: Stories in the Land: Digital "Deep Maps" of Hemingway Country, Laura Godfrey and Bruce R. Godfrey

Book Chapter: Appendix A: English 482, Hemingway: End-of-Term Writing Prompts and Student Responses, Laura Godfrey, Kelly Owens, Ricky Baldridge, Lee J. Brainard, Marshall J. Palmer, and Allison Gneckow

Book Chapter: Motor Flight: Gender, Power and the Automobile, Anna Green

Article: Things They Carried: Nick, Hemingway and Oak Park Connections to the Western Front, Larry Grimes

Essay: Ernest Hemingway, Bethany Groff

Essay: Fear, Quinn Grover

Article: "We Were in Switzerland Together": Catherine and Frederic and the Lake Scene in A Farwell to Arms, Stacey Guill

Essay: The Tent and the Thipi I: Ernest Hemingway and Zitkala-Ša, Geoff Hamilton

Book Chapter: Using Digital Mapping to Locate Students in Hemingway’s World, Richard Hancuff

Essay: Ernest Hemingway, Boxing, and "Fifty Grand", Thomas Hauser

Book Chapter: Hemingway and Wharton: Both Modernists, Peter Hays

Article: Commodification in Hemingway’s Early Fiction, Peter L. Hays

Book Chapter: First Things: Teaching "Indian Camp", Peter L. Hays

Article: What Dr. Adams and Dr. Hemingway May Tell Us about Ernest, Peter L. Hays

Book Chapter: Sewing Up the Tears: Medical Systems and the Great War in Wharton's and Hemingway's Short Fiction, Jennifer Haytock

Essay: The Elephant in the Writing Room: Hemingway’s Travels, Eco-Cosmopolitanism, and the Desire for Africa, Ryan Hediger

Book Chapter: Modernism Delayed, Not Denied: Wharton, Hemingway, and Scribner's Magazine, Caroline Chamberlin Hellman

Essay: Short Happy Palimpsest: Ernest Hemingway’s "The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber" and Junot Díaz’s The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, Caroline Chamberlin Hellman

Book Chapter: The Education of Harold Krebs, or Approaching Ernest Hemingway’s "Soldier’s Home" with Engineering Students in Israel, Judy Siegel Henn

Article: The Hemingways and Massachusetts, Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera

Essay: "I’m not sick," I said. "I’m wounded": Disrupting Wounded Masculinity through the Lyrical Spaces of War, Cheryl Hindrichs

Article: Mapping McCarthy in the Age of Neoconservatism, or the Politics of Affect in The Road, David Holloway

Article: Wounded Soldiers Seeking Home: William Faulkner's Soldiers' Pay and Ernest Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises, Ahmed Honeini

Book: Ernest’s Way: An International Journey Through Hemingway’s Life, Cristen Hemingway Jaynes

Article: Slovenes and Friuli as the Other in Hemingway, Rebecca Johnston

Book Chapter: Using Digital Tools to Immerse the iGeneration in Hemingway’s Geographies, Rebecca Johnston

Book Chapter: Filling in the Blanks: Teaching Critical Reading and Writing Using "Paris 1922" and "The Snows of Kilimanjaro", Hilary Kovar Justice

Essay: Ernest Hemingway, Richard L. Kagan

Book Chapter: Listening between the Lines: "Hills Like White Elephants" and "A Clean, Well-Lighted Place", Verna Kale

Essay: Appendix A, Literary Translations under Restrictions: Two Case Studies, Natalia Kamovnikova

Essay: Eating Like a Local: Ernest Hemingway, Gertrude Stein, and the Stakes of Terroir, Catherine Keyser

Article: "The Blow That Comes from Within": Reading Alcoholic Denial in Fitzgerald’s "The Crack-Up" and Other Autobiographies, Erik Kline

Internet Resource: Ernest Hemingway and Bernard Berenson: A Strange Friendship, Jobst C. Knigge

Book Chapter: From Wharton to Hemingway: The Evolution of Modernism, Ellen Andrews Knodt

Article: Getting Closer to "It": Linking Hemingway’s World War I Short Stories, Ellen Andrews Knodt

Article: What If It’s the Mannlicher?: A Letter Complicates the Ending of "The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber", Ellen Andrews Knodt

Essay: Ernest Hemingway's "Mr. and Mrs. Elliot": A Case of Inversion of the Romantic Philosophy of Love, Krzysztof Kosecki

Essay: In Search of the True Segovia Bridge, Richard Kreitner

Essay: Ernest Hemingway: A Soft Spot for Cats, Kathleen Krull

Essay: Laziness and Tactility in Ernest Hemingway’s The Garden of Eden, Zuzanna Ladyga

Essay: Beyond the Author: The Storytelling Consciousness and Hemingway's Baby Shoes, Christina Bieber Lake

Book: Reading Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms: Glossary and Commentary, Robert W. Lewis and Michael Kim Roos

Article: Ernest Hemingway in Turkey: From the Quai at Smyrna to A Farewell to Arms, Adam Long

Book Chapter: Emancipated from Baedeker: Wharton and Hemingway in Italy, Cecilia Macheski

Essay: Case Study: Ernest Hemingway and The Sun Also Rises, Celia Marshik and Allison Pease

Essay: Against the Quotidian Machine: Woolf, Hemingway, and Proust, Zena Meadowsong

Article: Isaac Babel and Hemingway, Jeffrey Meyers

Article: The Feral Brain: Hemingway and Ted Hughes, Jeffrey Meyers

Essay: Modernists Explain Things to Me: Collecting as Queer Feminist Response, Melanie Micir

Essay: American Writers in Paris, D. Quentin Miller

Book Chapter: Corrupt Reading in/of Hemingway’s "A Simple Enquiry", Debra A. Moddelmog

Essay: Against Culinary Art: Mina Loy and the Modernist Starving Artist, Alys Moody

Essay: Ernest Hemingway and Chicago, Michelle E. Moore