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 2016

Book Chapter: It Is Pretty to Think So: Domestic Relationships in the Nick Adams Stories, John Fenstermaker

Essay: Big Fish: On the Relative Popularity of Zane Grey and Ernest Hemingway, Dominika Ferens

Article: The Fictional Selves of A Moveable Feast, Tony Fong

Book Chapter: Preface: Bassano, the Decisive Point: Not Only for "Hemingway’s War", Giovanni Luigi Fontana

Essay: The Three Kings: Hemingway, Faulkner, and Fitzgerald, Richard Ford

Book Chapter: In Our Time and American Modernisms: Interpreting and Writing the Complexities of Gender and Culture, Joseph Fruscione

Essay: Hail Faulkner? A Fable, Competitive Modernism, and "the Nobelist" in the 1950s, Joseph Fruscione

Book: Hemingway’s Geographies: Intimacy, Materiality, and Memory, Laura Gruber Godfrey

Internet Resource: "The Earth Endureth Forever": Hemingway in Spain, Dale T. Graden

Book: Shanghai Grand: Forbidden Love and International Intrigue in a Doomed World, Taras Grescoe

Book Chapter: Hemingway and Franklin: Men without Women, Ian Grody

Essay: A Preliminary Study of ELL College Students and Their Development of Academic Literacy through Ernest Hemingway’s Journalistic Style, Alfonso Guerriero Jr.

Article: "General Fat Ass Franco" and the "Spanish Issue" in Ernest Hemingway’s Across the River and Into the Trees, Stacey Guill

Book Chapter: Nick Adams and the Construction of Masculinity, Sarah B. Hardy

Essay: Hemingway’s Disappearing Style, Donal Harris

Article: Ham and Eggs and Hermeneutics: Re-reading Hemingway’s "The Killers", Oliver Harris

Article: The Defamiliarization of Death in Hemingway’s "The Snows of Kilimanjaro", James Hartman

Book Chapter: A Farewell to the Armed Hospital: Military-Medical Discourse in Frederic Henry’s Italy, Zack Hausle

Book Chapter: Hemingway, PTSD, and Clinical Depression, Peter L. Hays

Article: Becoming with Animals: Sympoiesis and the Ecology of Meaning in London and Hemingway, Ryan Hediger

Book Chapter: "Shot...crippled and gotten away": Animals and War Trauma in Hemingway, Ryan Hediger

Book: Spain in Our Hearts: Americans in the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939, Adam Hochschild

Book Chapter: The Violence of Story: Teaching In Our Time and Narrative Rhetoric, Alexander Hollenberg

Essay: The Kid: Ernest Hemingway, Kerrie Logan Hollihan

Article: In Uniform Code: Catherine Barkley’s Wartime Nursing Service in A Farewell to Arms, Michelle N. Huang

Book: Ernest Hemingway: A New Life, James M. M. Hutchisson

Essay: Appendix I: Hemingway and McCarthy: Affinities of the Heart, Allen Josephs

Essay: Appendix II: Hemingway’s Trout, McCarthy’s Trout, Allen Josephs

Article: "After You, Baroness!" Ernest Hemingway and Karen Blixen (Isak Dinesen), Clara Juncker

Book Chapter: Katie and the Pink Highlighter: Teaching Post-"Hemingway" Hemingway, Hilary Kovar Justice

Book: Ernest Hemingway, Verna Kale

Book Chapter: Introduction, Verna Kale

Book: Teaching Hemingway and Gender, Verna Kale

Article: Hemingway’s Fishing Rod: A Study of the First African Plane Crash and Rescue, Selma Karayalçin

Article: Toward a Better Understanding of Nicholas Adams in Hemingway’s "A Way You’ll Never Be", Ellen Andrews Knodt

Essay: Ernest Hemingway’s (In)articulate Silence and the Modernist Suspicion of Words, Aleksandra Žeželj Kocić

Essay: Re-Enactment of Old Wounds: Hemingway, War and Gender, Aleksandra Žeželj Kocić

Book Chapter: Men Without Women?: Can Hemingway and Women Writers Coexist in the Classroom?, Sara Kosiba

Book Chapter: Connective Gestures: Mulk Raj Anand, Ernest Hemingway, and the Transnational Worlds of World War I, Ruth A. H. Lahti

Essay: Nada and Sunyata in "A Clean, Well-Lighted Place", Christopher Loots

Book: Hemingway and the Great War, Fondazione Luca

Book Chapter: The Museum, Fondazione Luca

Book Chapter: The Novels of the War, Fondazione Luca

Article: Old Worlds, New Travels: Jack London’s People of the Abyss, Ernest Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises, and the Cultural Politics of Travel, Kevin Maier

Book Chapter: Foreign Bodies: Documenting Expatriate Involvement in "Night Before Battle" and "Under the Ridge", Michael Maiwald

Essay: Literary Style and Japanese Aesthetics: Hemingway’s Debt to Pound as Reflected in his Poetic Style, Akiko Manabe

Article: In the Same Corner of the Prize Ring: Jack London, Ernest Hemingway, and Boxing, Michael J. Martin

Essay: Causal Explanation in Hemingway and Honderich, Mike W. Martin

Article: Voices, Places, David Mason

Internet Resource: "Nothing Can Touch You as Long as You Work": Love and Work in Ernest Hemingway’s The Garden of Eden and For Whom the Bell Tolls, Lauren Rule Maxwell

Book: When Paris Sizzled: The 1920s Paris of Hemingway, Chanel, Cocteau, Cole Porter, Josephine Baker, and Their Friends, Mary McAuliffe

Book Chapter: Hemingway’s Spain in Flames, 1937, James H. Meredith

Book Chapter: Character Construction and Agency: Teaching Hemingway’s "A Way You’ll Never Be", Peter Messent

Article: Hemingway & Alfred Flechtheim, Jeffrey Meyers

Article: Hemingway and the Generals, Jeffrey Meyers

Book Chapter: Economic Power and the Female Expatriate Consumer Artist in The Garden of Eden, Catherine R. Mintler

Book Chapter: State of the Field: Gender Studies, Sexuality Studies, and Hemingway, Debra A. Moddelmog

Internet Resource: Hemingway and the Cuban Revolution: For Whom the Bell Tolls in the Sierra Maestra, Jeff Morgan

Book: Hemingway at War: Ernest Hemingway’s Adventures as a World War II Correspondent, Terry Mort

Article: Theodore Dreiser and the Modernists, Kiyohiko Murayama

Book Chapter: "What you were fighting for": Robert Jordan On Trial in the Classroom, Steven A. Nardi

Article: Ernest Hemingway and the Politics of the Spanish Civil War, Anton Nilsson

Book: Hemingway’s Cuba: Finding the Places and People that Influenced the Writer, Dennis L. Noble

Article: Helen Ferguson and Friends in A Farewell to Arms, Charles J. Nolan Jr.

Book Chapter: Tanks, Butterflies, Realists, Idealists: Hemingway, Dos Passos, and the Imperfect Ending in Spain of 1937-1938, Mark P. Ott

Book: The Message of the City: Dawn Powell’s New York Novels, 1925-1962, Patricia E. Palermo

Book Chapter: A Creative Spiral: From Death in the Afternoon (1932) to The Dangerous Summer (1960), Beatriz Penas Ibañez

Essay: From Pound’s to Hemingway’s Haiku-Like Textuality: Japanese Aesthetics in Chapter 20 of Death in the Afternoon, Beatriz Penas-Ibáñez

Book Chapter: Allegories of Travel and Tourism in "Hills Like White Elephants", Russ Pottle

Book Chapter: 1915, 1916, 1917, and 1918, Paolo Pozzato

Book Chapter: Preface: The War Scenarios: Battles on the Italian Front, Paolo Pozzato

Book Chapter: Perceptions of Pain in The Sun Also Rises, Josephine Reece

Article: Revisiting Ernest Hemingway and Baseball: Sanity, Success, and Suicide, Bob Reising

Internet Resource: What Makes Hemingway Hemingway?, Justin Rice

Book Chapter: "At Five in the Afternoon": Toward a Poetics of Duende in Bataille and Hemingway, David F. Richter

Essay: "Spanish Is a Language Tu": Hemingway’s Cubist Spanglish and Its Legacies, Gayle Rogers

Article: Native Encounters: Examining Primitivism in Hemingway and London’s Short Fiction, Gina M. Rossetti

Essay: Ernest Hemingway, Fiona Ross

Article: Queering Perspectives of the Uncanny in Ernest Hemingway’s "Mr. and Mrs. Elliot" and "The Sea Change", Babett Rubóczki

Article: Intraspecies Communication: Memory, Story-Telling, and Football in American Fiction of the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars, Maureen Ryan

Article: Recovery from the Great War: Pastoral Space in J. L. Carr’s A Month in the Country and Ernest Hemingway’s "Big Two-Hearted River", Charles Scruggs

Book Chapter: A Very Complicated Negotiation: Teaching Hemingway to Second Language Learners of English, Douglas Sheldon

Book: The Most Famous Writer Who Ever Lived: A True Story of My Family, Tom Shroder

Article: A Farewell to Adverbs: Why Computers Will Never Write Novels, Randall Silvis

Article: From the Hemingway Letters Project, Sandra Spanier, Rena Sanderson, and Robert Trodgon

Book Chapter: Bulls, Art, Mithras, and Montherlant, Ben Stoltzfus

Essay: Ernest Hemingway’s—Robert Jordan, Luke Strongman

Book Chapter: Seeing Through Fracture: In Our Time, For Whom the Bell Tolls, and Picasso’s Guernica, Thomas Strychacz

Essay: Boilerplate Potboilers: William Faulkner and Ernest Hemingway, Peter Swirski

Article: Concrete Sensations: Imagining Feeling in A Farewell to Arms, Laura E. Tanner

Article: "Reading Slowly to Make it Last": Reading Readers in Hemingway’s The Garden of Eden, Daniel Train

Book: Ernest Hemingway’s Novels: A Study in Themes and Techniques, Sujitkumar Amritlal Tripathi

Book Chapter: Ernest Hemingway—¿Amigo de España?, Lisa Twomey

Book Chapter: "Our Fathers Lied": The Great War and Paternal Betrayal in Hemingway’s In Our Time, Lisa Tyler

Article: "Not for sale, rent, nor charter": Paris and the Market for Art in Ernest Hemingway’s Islands in the Stream, Julieann Veronica Ulin

Article: Reading and Trans-Reading: A Bibliotherapeutic Approach, Ioana Unk

Article: Having it in Reserve: Secret Love and a Way Out in Willa Cather’s "Paul’s Case" and Ernest Hemingway’s "The Three-Day Blow", Kim Vanderlaan

Book Chapter: Introduction, Alex Vernon

Book Chapter: Introduction (Ernest Hemingway Seminar), Alex Vernon

Book Chapter: Teaching The Spanish Earth in a War Film Seminar, Alex Vernon