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.

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Submissions from 1990

Book: Hemingway’s Quarrel with Androgyny, Mark Spilka

Book Chapter: Hemingway's Women: Cats Don’t Live in the Mountains, E. Roger Stephenson

Book Chapter: A Sliding Discourse: The Language of A Farewell to Arms, Ben Stoltzfus

Book Chapter: Hemingway’s "After the Storm": A Lacanian Reading, Ben Stoltzfus

Article: Kiki of Montparnasse and Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast, Linda Wagner-Martin

Article: Hemingway’s Garden of Eden: A Complex View of Eros, L. E. Ward

Article: Joris Ivens and the Communists: Bringing Hemingway into the Spanish Civil War, William Braasch Watson

Book: Hemingway’s Art of Non-Fiction, Ronald Weber

Book Chapter: Hemingway’s Unknown Soldier: Catherine Barkley, the Critics, and the Great War, Sandra Whipple Spanier

Book: Papa Goes to War, Charles Whiting

Article: Gay Wilentz Responds, Gay Wilentz

Article: (Re)Teaching Hemingway: Anti-Semitism as a Thematic Device in The Sun Also Rises, Gay Wilentz

Article: Saints and Sinners in the Caribbean: The Case for Islands in the Stream, G. R. Wilson Jr.

Essay: Hemingway and Faulkner: Valorous Birth, Judith Wilt

Article: Hemingway’s In Our Time: "Pretty Good Unity", Harbour Winn

Essay: Ernest Hemingway, Robert E. Yahnke and Richard M. Eastman

Submissions from 1989

Article: For Whom the Bell Tolls and The Magic Mountain: Hemingway’s Debt to Thomas Mann, William Adair

Article: Hemingway and Henderson on the High Savannas, or Two Midwestern Moderns and the Myth of Africa, David D. Anderson

Article: Ernest Hemingway: The Life as Fiction and the Fiction as Life, Jackson J. Benson

Essay: Hooked in the Heart, Jimmy Buffet

Article: Stoppard’s Clean Well-Lighted Place, Roger N. Casey

Article: The Unhappy Life of Robert Wilson, George Cheatham

Article: Literature, Fiction, and Autobiography, Alan Collett

Article: Life and Art in Hemingway’s The Garden of Eden, Bhim S. Dahiya

Essay: The Affirmative Conclusion of The Sun Also Rises, Donald A. Daiker

Essay: Hemingway: "I’m no rummy", Tom Dardis

Article: Three Novels Mentioned in A Farewell to Arms, Judy W. Davis

Book: Walks in Hemingway’s Paris: A Guide to Paris for the Literary Traveler, Noël Riley Fitch

Article: The Libel of Dos Passos in To Have and Have Not, Robert E. Fleming

Article: Wallace Stevens’ "The Snow Man" and Hemingway’s "A Clean, Well-Lighted Place", Robert E. Fleming

Book: Ernest Hemingway: A Study of the Short Fiction, Joseph M. Flora

Article: Hemingway’s "The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber", Theodore L. Gaillard Jr.

Article: What Makes a "Great" Short Story Great?, Thomas A. Gullason

Article: Hike to Walloon Lake June 10-21, 1916: A Diary, Ernest Hemingway

Book Chapter: Letters from Italy, 1918, Ernest Hemingway

Article: Hemingway: A Trout Fisher’s Apprenticeship, Donald S. Johnson

Article: "The Butterfly and the Tank": Casualties of War, Kenneth G. Johnston

Essay: Hemingway and the Spanish Civil War or the Volatile Mixture of Politics and Art, Allen Josephs

Essay: Hemingway and Fitzgerald: Two Short Stories, Lionel Kelly

Article: Obstetrics and Ernest Hemingway, Charles R. King MD.

Book: Ki Ki's Paris: Artists and Lovers 1900-1930, Billy Klüver and Julie Martin

Article: Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises, Horst H. Kruse

Book Chapter: Letters to Ernest Hemingway, Agnes von Kurowsky

Book Chapter: The Diary of Agnes von Kurowsky, Agnes von Kurowsky

Article: The Bittersweet Taste of Absinthe in Hemingway’s "Hills Like White Elephants", Doris Lanier

Article: The Francoist Censorship of Hemingway’s Works About Spain, Douglas E. LaPrade

Article: Concept Mapping: Developing Guides to Literature, Robert Leahy

Essay: The Sun Also Rises: Heroism of Innocence, Heroism of a Fallen World, David H. Lynn

Article: Against the Stream: Thomas Hudson and Painting, Stephen Mathewson

Article: From Whom the Bull Flows: Hemingway in Parody, James C. McKelly

Essay: The Great Migration: Parisian Aspects, Jean Méral

Essay: The Judgments of Paris, Jean Méral

Article: "My Mind is Weak but my Body is Strong": George Plimpton and the Boswellian Tradition, Alan Nadel

Book Chapter: Hemingway and the Italian Legacy, James Nagel

Article: David and the Reviews: A Textual Problem in The Garden of Eden, James Nagel and Gwen L. Nagel

Article: Beauty of the Bullfight in Hemingway’s "Chapter XII," In Our Time, Kenji Nakajima

Essay: Intellectuals as Militants: Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls and Malraux’s L’Espoir: A Comparative Study, Erik Nakjavani

Book: How It Was in Horton Bay, William H. Ohle

Essay: Narrative Discourse, Literary Character, and Ideology, James Phelan

Article: The Ravages of Time in Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms, David Seed

Article: Debunking Hemingway’s Marlin Theories, Joe Skorupa

Article: Holy Cross 33–Yale 6: Sport, Ritual, and Religion in Hemingway, H. R. Stoneback

Article: The Propaganda of the Deed: History, Hemingway, and Spain, R. A. Stradling

Essay: Contrasts in Form: Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea and Faulkner’s "The Bear", David Timms

Article: Hemingway in China, Nai-tung Ting

Article: Another Fix on Hemingway, Sport, and the Twenties, David L. Vanderwerken

Article: In Our Time as Self-Begetting Fiction, Elizabeth D. Vaughn

Book Chapter: Red Cross Driver in Italy, Henry Serrano Villard

Book: Hemingway in Love and War: The Lost Diary of Agnes von Kurowsky, Her letters, and Correspondence of Ernest Hemingway, Henry Serrano Villard and James Nagel

Essay: Literary Coherence and Related Topics, Luciano Vitacolonna

Article: Poor Sports: Hemingway, Jake Barnes and the Sporting Life in The Sun Also Rises, David C. Ward