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 2017

Article: Defending Hemingway’s Henry Adams: The Doctor, the Critics, and the Doctor’s Son, Donald A. Daiker

Book: Ernest Hemingway: A Biography, Mary V. Dearborn

Essay: Dangerous Trips: War Tourism in Willa Cather’s One of Ours and Ernest Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms, Anna De Biasio

Article: The Gaze and the Iceberg: War Tourism in Ernest Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms (1929), Anna De Biasio

Book Chapter: Ernest, Hadley, and Italy, Scott Donaldson

Article: The Sublime and the Creation of Identity in Minor Literature in a Comparison of "The Old Man and the Sea" and "The Prey", Ozan Eren

Book: Hemingway’s Brain, Andrew Farah

Essay: Blood, Sand, Sherry: Hemingway’s Madrid, David Farley

Essay: "Isn’t It Pretty to Think So?": Ernest Hemingway’s Impossible Homes, Susan Farrell

Article: Catherine Barkley’s Religious Crisis and A Farewell to Arms, John Fenstermaker

Essay: Hemingway’s Francis Macomber in "God’s Country", Matthew Allen Fike

Article: Retrospective Radicalism: Politics and History in Ernest Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms, Barbara Foley and Peter Gardner

Article: Ernest Hemingway in the Rearview: Jack Kerouac’s Aesthetic Protest in On the Road, Robert D. Ford

Article: "Dear Mr. Hemingway": Modernism, the Market, and the Fan Mail Reception of A Farewell to Arms, Jace Gatzemeyer

Book Chapter: Across the River and into the Trees: A Trigonometric Mirror, Marina Gradoli

Essay: Complex Regrets: Counterfactuals in Ernest Hemingway’s "The Snows of Kilimanjaro", Jennifer Riddle Harding

Article: Hemingway’s "Now I Lay Me," Prayer, and The Fisher King, Peter L. Hays

Essay: Introduction, Seán Hemingway

Article: Cuba in Hemingway, Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera

Internet Resource: Hemingway’s Cuban English, Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera

Essay: Paris nor Pamplona: The Expat on Tour, Cor Hermans

Book Chapter: Address to the Hemingway Society Congress: Venice, June 22, 2014, Giacomo Ivancich

Essay: The Making of a Transatlantic Sister Republic: Good Neighbors and Air Raids in Spain, Lisa Jackson-Schebetta

Essay: Ernest Hemingway: Writer, Sam Kalda

Book Chapter: A "Very Complicated" Diet for a Lion: The Function of Food and Drink in "The Good Lion", Kei Katsui

Article: Baldwin’s Hemingway: The Sun Also Rises in Giovanni’s Room, with a Twist, Jessica Kent

Article: A Butlerian Reading of Ernest Hemingway’s Personality and His Works, Golbarg Khorsand and Parvin Ghasem

Essay: "The Killers": Ernest Hemingway, Jonathan Kolstad

Essay: Havana: A Subtropical Delirium, Mark Kurlansky

Essay: The Mysteries of Samuel Steward and Gertrude Stein, Private Eyes, Karen Leick

Book: Historicity as Acceptable Casualty of War in Ernest Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls, Chi Kit Lo

Book Chapter: Artifice and Reality: The Blending of Venice and America in Across the River and into the Trees, Adam Long

Book Chapter: Hemingway at Lignano Sabbiadoro and in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Davide Lorigliola and Nicholas Stangherlin

Book: On Hemingway's Trail in the Veneto, Fondazione Luca

Essay: Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961), Aubrey Malone

Book Chapter: Reading and Not Reading The Black Pig in A Farewell to Arms, Miriam B. Mandel

Article: Crouching specters and hidden masters in "Black Man and White Woman in Dark Green Rowboat" by Russell Banks, Bėnėdicte Meillon

Article: A Cuban View of Hemingway, Mario Menocal and Jeffrey Meyers

Article: "Daddy, you bastard, I’m through": On Literary Parricides, Jeffrey Meyers

Essay: Introduction: Slowing Down, A Disruptive Reading, Lee Clark Mitchell

Book: The Hemingway Short Story: A Critical Appreciation, George Monteiro

Book Chapter: In the Firing Line in the First World War, Gianni Moriani

Book Chapter: Return to Veneto, Gianni Moriani

Book: The Ambulance Drivers: Hemingway, Dos Passos, and a Friendship Made and Lost in War, James McGrath Morris

Book: Ernest Hemingway & Gary Cooper in Idaho: An Enduring Friendship, Larry E. Morris

Essay: The Color Fetish, Toni Morrison

Essay: Elliptical Sound: Audibility and the Space of Reading, Julie Beth Napolin

Essay: Ernest Hemingway, Terry Newman

Book: Hemingway and Bimini: The Birth of Sport Fishing at "The End of the World", Ashley Oliphant

Essay: Hemingway’s Readers, Liesl Olson

Essay: Concoctions: "For sale: baby shoes, never worn", Garson O’Toole

Book: Hemingway in Italy, Richard Owen

Book Chapter: Preface: How I was motivated to write about Hemingway and the Veneto, Richard Owen

Book Chapter: Views of Venice before Hemingway, Sergio Perosa

Book Chapter: The Italian Translation of Across the River: Will It Ever Reach the Juncture?, Piero Ambrogio Pozzi and Allyson McKay

Book: Writer, Sailor, Soldier, Spy: Ernest Hemingway’s Secret Adventures, 1935-1961, Nicholas Reynolds

Internet Resource: How to Count Style: An Interview with Justin Rice from Lit Charts, Justin Rice

Essay: Faulkner, Fitzgerald, Hemingway, and O’Hara, Richards, David Alan. Alan Richards

Essay: Portable Modernisms: The Art of Traveling Light, Emily Ridge

Essay: The Real Thing: Ernest Hemingway, Charles A. Riley II

Essay: Introduction: Heroes, Role Models and Legends, Charley Roberts and Charles P. Hess

Essay: Ernest Hemingway, The Sun Also Rises (1926), Hans-Peter Rodenberg

Book Chapter: "What If You Are Not Built That Way?" H. G. Wells and the Conflict of Science and Faith in A Farewell to Arms, Michael Kim Roos

Article: How Hemingway's Cats Will Save Literary Studies, Melissa E. Schindler

Essay: Island Time: Ernest Hemingway in Key West, Florida, Shannon McKenna Schmidt and Joni Rendon

Essay: Rugged Adventurer: Ernest Hemingway, Shannon McKenna Schmidt and Joni Rendon

Essay: Six Hemingway Watering Holes, Shannon McKenna Schmidt and Joni Rendon

Book Chapter: "I Was in Italy...and I Spoke Italian": The Cosmopolitan Battlefield of A Farewell to Arms, John D. Schwetman

Article: A Comparative Study of the Strategies Employed in "The Old Man and the Sea" Translated from English into Persian on the Basis of Vinay and Darbelnet’s Model, Vahideh Sharei

Book: The Letters of Ernest Hemingway, Volume 4, 1929-1931, Sandra Spanier and Miriam B. Mandel

Article: Pastoral as Commodity: Brautigan’s Reinscription of Hemingway’s Trout Fishing, Daichi Sugai

Article: Breaking Forelegs: Hemingway’s Early Prefaces, Ross K. Tangedal

Article: A Farewell to Glory: Hemingway and Hugh Dalton on the Italian Front, Mark Thompson

Essay: Ernest Hemingway, Andy Tuohy

Article: "How the Weather Was": Anthropogenic Climate Change and Environmental Damage in Hemingway’s Green Hills of Africa, Lisa Tyler

Article: Hemingway’s Somali Proverb Confirmed, Peter Unseth and Georgi Kapchits

Article: The Scapegoat’s Scapegoat: A Girardian Reading of Across the River and into the Trees, Susan Vandagriff

Essay: Paris, 1922: Memory is the Best Critic, Giorgio van Straten

Article: Louis Fischer as "Mitchell" in For Whom the Bell Tolls, Alex Vernon

Book: Hemingway’s Wars: Public and Private Battles, Linda Wagner-Martin

Article: "You’ll lose it if you talk about it": Brett as Relic, Pedro Romero as Peter of Rome, and the Bullfight as Carnivalesque Mass in The Sun Also Rises, James Watson

Book: Hemingway in Wartime England: His Life and Times as a War Correspondent, Dick Wise

Essay: Ernest Hemingway, Betina J. Wittels

Article: Hemingway’s Requiem for Battlefields: "Atomic Jokes" after Hiroshima/Nagasaki in Across the River and into the Trees, Hideo Yanagisawa

Essay: Boxing Ernest Hemingway, Paul Lionel Zimmerman, Peter King, and Bailey Zimmerman

Book Chapter: In Venice, Rosella Mamoli Zorzi

Book Chapter: The "Lost Generation" and World War I, Rosella Mamoli Zorzi

Book Chapter: Torcello: From John Ruskin and Henry James to Ernest Hemingway, Rosella Mamoli Zorzi

Submissions from 2016

Article: Analyzing Arabic Translation Methods of English Similes: A Case Study of The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway, Jaber Nashi M. Alshammari

Book Chapter: "In Another Country" and Across the River and into the Trees as Trauma Literature, Sarah Wood Anderson

Book Chapter: The Poetics of Hemingway’s Death in the Afternoon: Restaging the Experience of Total War, Christopher Barker

Article: "All the People in the Ring Together": Hemingway, Performance, and the Politics of the Corrida, David Barnes

Essay: $1000 a Year, John Baxter

Article: Hemingway as Craftsman: Revising "Fathers and Sons", John Beall

Article: Hemingway’s and Perkins’s Formation of Men Without Women, John Beall

Essay: The Hunt for Hemingway, A. Scott Berg

Book: Everybody Behaves Badly: The True Story Behind Hemingway’s Masterpiece The Sun Also Rises, Lesley M. M. Blume

Book Chapter: Pilar’s Turn Inward: Storytelling in Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls, Anna Broadwell-Gulde

Book Chapter: Bulls and Bells: Their Toll on Robert Jordan, Lawrence R. Broer

Article: Going Nowhere: Desire and Love in The Sun Also Rises, William E. Cain