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: Teaching Hemingway through the Digital Archive, Michelle E. Moore

Essay: To Have and Have Not, Sean Morey

Book: Hemingway and the Spanish Civil War: The Distant Sound of Battle, Gilbert H. Muller

Essay: Filming History and The Spanish Earth: "what a man and comrade has to do in…wartimes", Lisa Nanney

Article: Hemingway and Anorexia: A New Lens, Ethan Neville

Article: Transitivity, Agency, Mind Style: What’s the Lowest Common Denominator?, Louise Nuttall

Article: The Permeable Boundaries of Colm Tóbín: An Appreciation, Shaun O'Connell

Article: The Space Between the Doors: Breaking through the Boundaries of War and Gender Binaries in Hemingway’s The Fifth Column, Stefani Overman-Tsai

Book: Hemingway, Jamie Pumfrey

Book Chapter: Gender, Philanthropy, and the Great War in the Works of Wharton and Hemingway, Milena Radeva-Costello

Essay: The Boxer: Ernest Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast, Aakash Singh Rathore

Book: The Hemingway Collection at the Clarke: Of Course It's Here! The Magic of Building, Maintaining, and Promoting the Clarke Historical Library's Hemingway Collection, REMOVE REMOVE

Article: Quintet: Five Versions of Ford Madox Ford, Harry Ricketts

Article: The Doctor and the Doctor’s Son: Ed Hemingway and the Conflict of Science and Faith July 21, 1899, Michael Kim Roos

Book Chapter: Dawn and Decline: Contrasting Spaces in Wharton's "False Dawn" and Hemingway's "A Very Short Story", Sirpa Salenius

Book Chapter: "Doesn’t It Mean Anything to You?": Teaching "Hills Like White Elephants", Marc Seals

Article: Translation Analysis of Taxis in “The Old Man and the Sea” Novel (Systemic Functional Linguistics Approach), Arso Setyaji, Sri Samiati Tarjana, M. R. Nababan, and Tri Wiratno

Article: Straight, Pure, and Natural: Spiritualization and Penile Prostheses in Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises, Aaron Shaheen

Essay: The Birth of Many Nations: Imperial Modernisms in the Caribbean, K. Merinda Simmons and James A. Crank

Article: Toward the Mastery of Submission: Robert Cohn's Problem with Masochism in The Sun Also Rises, Ng Lay Siong

Article: Skopos Theory and the Sardic Version of Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea: A Translational and Stylistic Analysis, Elisabetta Soro

Book Chapter: Beyond the Photographs: What the Images of Hemingway’s Fish Don’t Tell Us, Michael K. Steinberg and Jordan Cissell

Essay: Among Critics, Janis P. Stout

Book: Hemingway’s Short Stories: Reflections on Teaching, Reading, and Understanding, Frederic J. Svoboda

Book Chapter: Introduction, Frederic J. Svoboda

Book Chapter: The Things that Nick Adams Carried to the Big Two-Hearted River, Frederic J. Svoboda

Article: Reading the Paper: A Bibliographic Approach to Hemingway’s In Our Time, Michael Thurston

Article: Returning from the Great War: Gender, Home, and Hostility in Ernest Hemingway’s "Soldier’s Home" and Thomas Boyd’s "The Long Shot", Steven Trout

Book Chapter: Introduction, Lisa Tyler

Book Chapter: Virtual Papa: Ernest Hemingway’s Digital Presence, Lisa Tyler

Book: Wharton, Hemingway, and the Advent of Modernism, Lisa Tyler

Book Chapter: Wharton, Hemingway, and the Architecture of Modernism: Gendered Tropes of Architecture and Interior Decoration, Lisa Tyler

Article: Ernest Hemingway: A Selected Primary Source Bibliography, Nolan Vail

Book Chapter: Too Bad Hemingway Never Reached The Reef: Wharton's Anna Leath and Hemingway's Brett Ashley, Linda Wagner-Martin

Article: Dimensions of Literature and Journalism, History, Ideology and Culture, Abdul Wahab, Mohammed Osman, Mohammed Nurul Islam, and Nisar Ahmed Koka

Book: Ernest Hemingway in the Yellowstone High Country, Chris Warren

Book: Dateline—Liberated Paris: The Hotel Scribe and the Invasion of the Press, Ronald Weber

Book Chapter: Downstairs, Ronald Weber

Book Chapter: Good Quarters, Ronald Weber

Book Chapter: Mon Général, Ronald Weber

Essay: The Bible as a Dangerous Text (?): Reading and Misreading the Gospel in 'God Rest You Merry, Gentleman, Kevin R. West

Essay: Hemingway: Rambouillet & Paris, 1944-1945, Duncan White

Essay: Tasteful Insights: Food, Desire, and the Visual in Hemingway’s Literary Still Lifes, Randall Wilhelm

Article: Hemingway’s Dialectic with American Whiteness: Oak Park, Edward Said, and the Location of Authority, Margaret E. Wright-Cleveland

Article: "The Light on the Ceiling" in Hemingway’s Across the River and into the Trees, Robert L. Yarup

Article: Study on the Images of the Code Hero Fighting Alone in Hemingway’s Works, Xin Zheng

Submissions from 2018

Article: Discovering Eden: Rain, Cats and Women in Hemingway’s Garden, Ghufran Abd Hussein

Article: Why Does Jig Smile? Readings of "Hills Like White Elephants", Daniel Avitzour

Article: Fish Tale: A History of the L. C. Bates Museum Marlin, Taxidermist Fred C. N. Parke, and Ernest Hemingway, Susan F. Beegel

Book Chapter: The Sea Has Many Voices: A Maritime Studies Experience of The Old Man and the Sea, Susan F. Beegel

Essay: Teaching Comparative Stylistics: Gendered Language in Stein and Hemingway, Laurel Bollinger

Article: André Marty and Ernest Hemingway, Gavin Bowd

Book: The Man Who Wasn’t There: A Life of Ernest Hemingway, Richard Bradford

Essay: Ernest Hemingway, J. Patrick Brown, B.C.D. Lipton, and Michael Morisy

Article: Hemingway and Akeley: Identity Formation and Hemingway’s Naturalist Calling, Stephen Gilbert Brown

Essay: The Expatriate Idyll: The Sun Also Rises, William J. Cloonan

Article: The Slipperiness of Narrative Truth(making): The Neuroscience of Memory in Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast, Cam Cobb

Book Chapter: Blooming Hemingway, Cam Cobb and Michael K. Potter

Essay: "Torquere": Stein’s and Hemingway’s Queer Relationality, Chris Coffman

Book: The Pull of Politics: Steinbeck, Wright, Hemingway, and the Left in the Late 1930s, Milton A. Cohen

Book: A Short Biography of Ernest Hemingway, Henri-Pierre Corbacho

Article: Paris and Spain in Ernest Hemingway's Novel The Sun Also Rises, Ivana Čuljak

Book Chapter: "I Hated to Leave France": The Geography and Terrain of Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises, Donald A. Daiker

Article: King Solomon, Gertrude Stein, and Hemingway’s "Lost Generation", Donald A. Daiker

Book Chapter: Racial Politics to Social Action: Teaching Self/Other Dilemma in Hemingway’s Works, Mayuri Deka

Article: Theatrical and Self-Conscious Metaphor in Modern Realism: Ernest Hemingway and Morley Callaghan Reunited, Joel Deshaye

Book: Autumn in Venice: Ernest Hemingway and His Last Muse, Andrea Di Robilant

Essay: Naturalism, Ritual, Technique, and Being in the Postmodern Novel: A Comparative Study of Ernest Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea and Alobwed’Epie’s The Lady with a Beard, Manyaka Toko Djockoua

Book: The Paris Husband: How It Really Was Between Ernest and Hadley Hemingway, Scott Donaldson

Article: The Three-Day Blow: Ernest Hemingway (1925), Kristen A. Dorsch

Book Chapter: Mexicans in Montana: Teaching Hemingway and Los Betaleberos in "The Gambler, the Nun, and the Radio", Sarah Driscoll

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

Article: Gardens of Eden and Earthly Delights: Hemingway, Bosch, and the Divided Self, Carl P. Eby

Article: A Never-Before-Published Essay about Growing Up with Hemingway, Written by His Unrequited High School Crush, Robert K. Elder

Essay: Poetry, Prose, and Politics, Joseph A. Esposito

Essay: Coda: Four Modernists, Michael Fried

Essay: Hemingway’s Thrice-Told Tale: A Farewell to Arms and Noncombatant Fantasy, Keith Gandal

Essay: Noncombatant Mobilization Wounds: The Postwar Masterpieces of Hemingway, Fitzgerald, and Faulkner, Keith Gandal

Essay: The Horrors of War Mobilization: The Early Works of Hemingway, Fitzgerald, Faulkner, and Dos Passos, Keith Gandal

Essay: Books About Us, Eleonory Gilburd

Book Chapter: On Familiar Ground: Intimate Geographies and Assumptions of Place in Hemingway’s Nick Adams Stories, Laura Gruber Godfrey

Article: The "Pretty" Lost Generation in Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises, Madeline IIana Gottlieb

Book Chapter: It’s All About a Perfect Drift: Reading the Fishing Metaphor in "Big Two-Hearted River", Larry Grimes

Essay: Literary Ciceronianism and the Novel, Sandra M. Gustafson

Article: Tauromachia as Counter-Sacrificial Ritual: Insights from Mimetic Theory, Brian Harding

Book Chapter: "Shootism" Versus "Sport" in Hemingway’s "Macomber", Gary Harrington

Article: Albert Halper’s "A Farewell to the Rising Son": A Newly Recovered Parody of Hemingway, Michael Patrick Hart

Book Chapter: Pity and the Beasts: Teaching Hemingway’s Stories via Sympathy for Animals, Ryan Hediger

Internet Resource: Clean, Well-Spoken: Hemingway’s Cuban Spanish, Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera

Internet Resource: Letter from Madrid: Where Hemingway Meets Cervantes, Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera

Book Chapter: "Summer People, Some Are Not": Seasonal Visitors, Cottage-ing, and the Exoticism of Hemingway’s Michigan, Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera

Book Chapter: A Classroom Approach to Black Presence in The Sun Also Rises, Gary Edward Holcomb

Book: Teaching Hemingway and Race, Gary Edward Holcomb

Book Chapter: Teaching Hemingway and Race: An Introduction, Gary Edward Holcomb

Article: Solitude and Its Language Manifestation in Ernest Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea: A Psycholinguistic Inspection, Mozaffor Hossain

Book Chapter: Man or Fish? An Ecocritical Reading of The Old Man and the Sea, Allen C. Jones

Article: Troubling Space: Dispersal of Place in Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises and The Garden of Eden, Elin Käck

Book: Ernest Hemingway: Artifacts from a Life, Michael Katakis

Essay: A War Story of One's Own: Katherine Anne Porter's Re-Envisioning of Hemingway's A Farewell to Arms, Michael E. Kaufmann

Article: Drink and Alcohol Literature: Two Critical Perspectives, Wojciech Klepuszewski