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 2018

Book Chapter: Skiing with Papa: Teaching Hemingway in the Backcountry Snow, Scott Knickerbocker

Book Chapter: "Nick trailed his hand in the water": Understanding the Importance of Landscape in In Our Time, Ellen Andrews Knodt

Essay: The Architecture of Ernest Hemingway’s "The Three-Day Blow", Richard Kopley

Essay: Full Immersion: Modernist Aesthetics and the US Literature of Experience, Jeffrey Lawrence

Article: Why She Wrote about Mexico: Katherine Anne Porter and the Literature of Experience, Jeffrey Lawrence

Article: Masculinity (De-) Construction and the Inner Strength Motif in John Irvin’s Hemingway’s Garden of Eden, Dennis B. Ledden

Article: Pauline Pfeiffer’s Safari Journal and Hemingway’s Composition of "The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber", Ledden, Dennis B. B. Ledden

Essay: Equivocation and Barbarism: Hemingway’s Modernist Mistranslations, Laura Lonsdale

Article: Daniel Streeter, Charles P. Curtis, and Stewart White in Green Hills of Africa, Robert Durwood Madison and Zachary Fletcher

Book Chapter: Introduction, Kevin Maier

Book: Teaching Hemingway and the Natural World, Kevin Maier

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

Article: "The Road Bare and White": Hemingway, Europe and the Artifice of Ritualized Space, Fraser Mann

Article: Follow-up: "To Pound a Vicious Typewriter: Hemingway’s Corona #3", Diane Gilbert Masden

Book: Paris on the Brink: The 1930s Paris of Jean Renoir, Salvador Dali, Simone De Beauvoir, André Gide, Sylvia Beach, Léon Blum, and Their Friends, Mary McAuliffe

Article: At War with Hemingway: The "Enthrallment" of Combat, Ron McFarland

Book Chapter: Flashbacks and the Trials of Hemingway’s War Veterans: Healing in the Natural World, Robert McParland

Essay: Signals from the Field: Ernest Hemingway, John Steinbeck, and the War Correspondents, Robert McParland

Article: What’s in a Name? Racial Transparency and the Jazz-Age in Hemingway’s "Hills Like White Elephants", Eric Meckley

Article: Hemingway and Salinger, Jeffrey Meyers

Book Chapter: Teaching the Conflicts in "The Snows of Kilimanjaro", Sean Milligan

Article: Hemingway’s "Out of Season" and the Fisher King, Michael P. Montgomery

Essay: The Art of Hunger: Aesthetic Autonomy and the Afterlives of Modernism, Alys Moody

Book Chapter: Lost in Transition: Questions of Belonging in Hemingway’s "Soldier’s Home" and Hughes’s "Home", Joshua M. Murray

Essay: Female Gender Role Journeys in Ernest Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises and Alobwed’Epie’s The Lady with the Sting: A Comparative Study, Roselyn Mutia

Essay: The Term "Cross" in Ernest Hemingway’s The Garden of Eden, Kazuki Nakamura

Book Chapter: Organic Space and Time: Using Henri Bergson to Explain Nick Adams’s Intuition of the World in "Big Two-Hearted River", Scott Ortolano

Essay: Rhythm and Insubordination, Katie Owens-Murphy

Article: A Poetics of the Great Depression: Style and Aesthetics in Tom Kromer’s Waiting for Nothing, Robert Dale Parker

Book: Hemingway at Eighteen: The Pivotal Year That Launched an American Legend, Steve Paul

Book: Reading and Interpreting the Works of Ernest Hemingway, Timothy J. Pingelton

Book Chapter: Teaching the Harlem Renaissance through Hemingway: Divergences and Intersections of The New Negro and In Our Time, Candice Pipes

Book: Hemingway, Cuba and the Great Blue River, Gene Pisasale

Article: Echoes of Charles Dickens’s Little Dorrit in Ernest Hemingway’s "A Canary for One", Michael C. Prusse

Essay: Centrifugal/Centripetal Movements: Placelessness and the Subversive Tactics of Mobility in Ernest Hemingway and Jabra Ibrahim Jabra, Ahmad Rasmi Qabaha

Article: From the Hemingway Letters Project, Krista Quesenberry

Article: The Real British Red Cross and Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms, David A. Rennie

Article: "Henry’s Bicycle": Cycling and Figurations of Exposure in "The Papers", Alicia Rix

Essay: Cost of Hemingway’s One Night at the Perry Hotel in Petoskey? Seventy-Five Cents!, D. Laurence Rogers

Essay: "How Do You Like My Book?" Asked Hemingway: "Not Much. Movie Was Worse." Replied Jack Parker, D. Laurence Rogers

Book Chapter: A Darwinian Reading of "Big Two-Hearted River": The Re-enchantment of Nick Adams?, Michael Kim Roos

Essay: Philosophy and Fitness: Hemingway’s "A Clean, Well-Lighted Place" and The Sun Also Rises, Judith P. Saunders

Book: The Novels of Ernest Hemingway: A Critical Study, Ishteyaque Shams

Article: Martha Gellhorn's Nascent Friendship with Eleanor Roosevelt, Janet Somerville

Article: Beyond a Reasonable Doubt: Mathematical Proof of the Unequivocal Guilt of Margot Macomber in Ernest Hemingway’s THE SHORT HAPPY LIFE OF FRANCIS MACOMBER, Andrew Spencer and Timothy G. Coffey

Essay: Englishman, Your Color is Deceitful: Unsettling the North Woods in Janet Lewis’s The Invasion, Adam Spry

Essay: Fathering Under the Influence: Hemingway's Representation of His Sons in "Bimini", Gregory Stephens

Essay: Ernest Hemingway: For Whom the Bell Tolls (1940), John Sutherland

Book: Reading Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea: Glossary and Commentary, Bickford Sylvester, Larry Grimes, and Peter L. Hays

Book Chapter: A Few Practical Things: Death in the Afternoon and Hemingway’s Natural Pedagogy, Ross K. Tangedal

Book Chapter: Hemingway’s Experts: Teaching Race in Death in the Afternoon and Green Hills of Africa, Ross K. Tangedal

Book Chapter: Teaching the Pastoral and Race in Jean Toomer, Ernest Hemingway, and Ernest Gaines, Matthew Teutsch

Essay: The Autonarratives of Ernest Hemingway (and Others), Josh Toth

Article: Wounded Bodies and Lost Voices in Hemingway’s War Stories of Italy, Gabriela Tucan

Essay: "Everybody Has It": Syphilis and the Human Condition in the Writings of Ernest Hemingway, Lisa Tyler

Book Chapter: Not Against Nature: Hemingway, Fishing, and the Cramp of an Environmental Ethic, Rick Van Noy and Dan Woods

Article: The Old Front, Alex Vernon

Article: Hemingway’s Reminiscence of Nature: An Eco-critical Study of "Fathers and Sons", Yufeng Wang

Book: Hemingway’s Havana: A Reflection of the Writer’s Life in Cuba, Robert Wheeler

Article: Into the Silence: Hemingway, Woolf, and Beckett in the Wake of War, Barbara Will

Book Chapter: Teaching Hemingway Short Stories through the Lens of Critical Race Theory, Margaret E. Wright-Cleveland

Article: A Variation Study on the Thematic Evolution of Chinese and Western Ocean Literature from the Perspective of Communication and Variation Theory, Mei Xie and Qi Zhao

Submissions from 2017

Book Chapter: Winner Take All

Book Chapter: The Many Faces of Defeat: Italian Ideological Contexts in Frederic Henry’s Caporetto, Lean Alberto

Essay: Hemingway's Console: Memory and Ethics in the Modernist Video Game, Dustin Anderson

Article: The Landscape of Disaster: Hemingway, Porter, and the Soundings of Indigenous Silence, Eric Gary Anderson and Melanie Benson Taylor

Article: The Reception of Ernest Hemingway in Iran after the Islamic Revolution: A Study of The Old Man and the Sea and To Have and Have Not, Alireza Anushiravani and Atefeh Ghasemnejad

Essay: Learn Storytelling from Hemingway, Hirohiko Araki

Article: Man/Mask/Animal: On Characterization and Storytelling in Jason’s The Left Bank Gang, Jan Baetens

Essay: Ernest Hemingway and Agnes von Kurowsky, Eleanor Bass

Article: Hemingway as Craftsman: Revising "Big Two-Hearted River", John Beall

Article: Hemingway’s "Now I Lay Me": Rivers, Writing, and Prayers, John Beall

Article: Pound, Hemingway, and the Inquest Series, John Beall

Book: Ava: A Life in Movies, Kendra Bean and Anthony Uzarowski

Essay: Hemingway’s Suicides: A Psychobiographical Approach to Literature, Jeffrey Berman

Essay: Use Sparingly, Ben Blatt

Book: Paradise Lost: A Life of F Scott Fitzgerald, David S. Brown

Book Chapter: Remembering Ernest Hemingway: And the Sad Epilogue of a Hero Described in the Novel Across the River and into the Trees, Ruggero Caumo and Mark Cirino

Article: Wise Blood: Menstruation, Fertility, and the "Disappointment" in Hemingway’s Across the River and into the Trees, Mark Cirino and Amanda Kay Oaks

Book Chapter: Hemingway and Italy: An Introduction, Mark Cirino and Mark P. Ott

Book: Hemingway and Italy: Twenty-First-Century Perspectives, Mark Cirino and Mark P. Ott

Article: A Reverence for Untrendy Human Troubles: David Foster Wallace’s "Good People," Ernest Hemingway’s "Hills Like White Elephants," and American Minimalist Narration, Robert C. Clark

Book Chapter: Dear Children (Good and Bad), You Are Cordially Invited to a Roasting of Instructional Literature, Cam Cobb

Article: Robert Jordan’s (and Ernest Hemingway’s) "True Book": Myths and Moral Quandaries in For Whom the Bell Tolls, Milton A. Cohen

Book Chapter: Bassano, Ca’ Erizzo, The Brenta in Ernest Hemingway’s Heart, Giandomenico Cortese

Book Chapter: Preface: I am a boy of Veneto, a boy of Pasubio, of Basso Piave, a boy of Grappa, Giandomenico Cortese

Article: Processional Aesthetics and Irregular Transit: Envisioning Refugees in Europe, Emma Cox

Essay: Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961), Michael Lynn Crews

Book Chapter: Across the Associate Editorship of the Harvard Lampoon and onto the Wall above the Urinal: The Reach and Legacy of E. B. White’s "Across the Street and into the Grill", Kirk Curnutt

Book: Reading Hemingway’s To Have and Have Not: Glossary and Commentary, Kirk Curnutt

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