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 2016

Book: Teaching Hemingway and War, Alex Vernon

Essay: Hemingway, Dos Passos, Cather, Lewis, and the American Style, Linda Wagner-Martin

Article: Ecological Consciousness in Hemingway’s Short Stories, Zhen Wang

Internet Resource: The Cat in the House: Marechera Reads Hemingway, Alan Ramón Ward

Book Chapter: "Aficion Means Passion": Sexuality and Religion in The Sun Also Rises, Joshua Weiss

Book Chapter: Redeeming Hemingway and His Women: Periodicals as Sites of Change in the Literature Classroom, Belinda Wheeler

Essay: Cuba: A Portrait by Figueres, Plimpton, Hemingway, García Márquez, Part 1, Joel Whitney

Essay: Cuba: A Portrait by Plimpton, Hemingway, and García Márquez, Part 2, Joel Whitney

Article: Lost Trophies: Hunting Animals and the Imperial Souvenir in Walton Ford’s Pancha Tantra, Matthew Whittle

Essay: What Hemingway Learned from Ford, George Wickes

Article: More Time: Reading Hemingway’s Across the River and Into the Trees, David Wyatt

Essay: Re-emergence of the Encounter with Long-Haired Painters: The Hidden Influence of the Japanese Artists in The Garden of Eden Manuscripts, Hideo Yanagisawa

Book Chapter: The Education of Henry: Politics and Context in Hemingway, Scott D. Yarbrough

Submissions from 2015

Essay: How Do We Read What Isn’t There to Be Read? Shadow Stories and Permanent Gaps, H. Porter Abbott

Article: Some Aspects of Equivalence in Literary Translation: Analysis of Two Arabic Translations of Ernest Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea, Salwa Alwafai

Book: The Influence of the European Culture on Hemingway’s Fiction, Silvia Ammary

Book: Ernest Hemingway and World War I, Richard F. Andersen

Article: The Torments of Spring: Jake Barnes’s Phantom Limb in The Sun Also Rises, Michael Anesko

Article: "A Powerful Beacon": Love Illuminating Human Attachment in Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms, Joel Armstrong

Book Chapter: Teaching Hemingway Beyond "The Lost Generation": European Politics and American Modernism, David Barnes

Book Chapter: Twentieth-Century Titans: Orwell and Hemingway’s Convergence through Place and Time, Jean Jespersen Bartholomew

Article: Hemingway’s "Cat in the Rain": The Presence of Stein and Joyce, John Beall

Article: Hemingway’s Formation of In Our Time, John Beall

Book Chapter: Hemingway, Stevens, and the Meditative Poetry of "Extraordinary Actuality", Phillip Beard

Article: The Monster of Cojímar: A Meditation on Hemingway, Sharks, and War, Susan F. Beegel

Essay: Canonical Bedfellows: Ernest Hemingway and Henry James, Eric Bennett

Essay: Paris Between the Wars: Gertrude Stein, Ernest Hemingway, Hunger, and Language, Jeff Birkenstein

Article: Hemingway, the Figure of the Bicycle, and Avant-garde Paris, William Boelhower

Book Chapter: The Futurist Origins of Hemingway’s Modernism, Bradley Bowers

Essay: A Farewell to the Senses? Hemingway, Remarque and the Aesthetics of World War I, Stefan L. Brandt

Article: "An Explanatory Glossary": Hemingway’s Unique Spanish-English Bullfight Vocabulary, Nancy Bredendick

Essay: Boxing Ernest Hemingway, César Brioso

Essay: The Old Man and the Sea, Brin-Jonathan Butler

Article: Hemingway Presents Himself: The Writer in Green Hills of Africa, William E. Cain

Article: Sentencing: Hemingway’s Aesthetic, William E. Cain

Essay: "A Study in Pain": Musical Variations and Ernest Hemingway’s "The Gambler, the Nun, and the Radio", Nicole J. Camastra

Book Chapter: Our Greatest American Modernists: Teaching Hemingway and Faulkner Together, James B. Carothers

Essay: American Tourists in Spain, Peter N. Carroll

Essay: Ernest Hemingway, Screenwriter: Letters About For Whom the Bell Tolls, Peter N. Carroll

Book: The Hemingway Log: A Chronology of His Life and Times, Brewster S. Chamberlin

Essay: Tim O’Brien, Ernest Hemingway, and the Short Story Cycle Tradition, Stefania Ciocia

Essay: Ernest Hemingway in the North Woods, Anna Leigh Clark

Essay: L’Ancienne: Ernest Hemingway’s In Our Time, Robert C. Clark

Article: Using Reader Responses and Discovery Responses with Tertiary Students in Three Countries, Paul C. Corrigan, Muayyad Omran Chiad, and Nnawuihe Fidelis Echendu

Article: The Boxer’s Pain, the Bull’s Prose: Race, American Boxing, and Hemingway’s Ring Aesthetics, Jesús Costantino

Essay: The Battle over the Battlefield: Gertrude Stein, Ernest Hemingway, and How They Saw the War They Saw, Kirk Curnutt

Article: In Defense of Hemingway’s Young Nick Adams: "Everything Was Gone to Hell Inside of Me", Donald A. Daiker

Article: "I Think Dad Probably Waited for Me": Biography, Intertextuality, and Hemingway’s "Ten Indians", Donald A. Daiker

Article: What to Make of Hemingway’s "Summer People"?, Donald A. Daiker

Article: The Accidental Hero: Ernest Hemingway and Slovenia, Erica Johnson Debeljak

Essay: The Sun Also Rises (Ernest Hemingway, 1926), Linda De Roche

Essay: No Separate Peace: A Farewell to Arms as Trauma Narrative, Trevor Dodman

Book: The Impossible Craft: Literary Biography, Scott Donaldson

Essay: The Modernist Genre Novel, David M. Earle

Essay: Drinkin’ Rum and Coca Cola, Kerstin Verfasser Ehmer and Beate Hindermann

Book Chapter: Chasing New Horizons: Considerations for Teaching Hemingway and Modernism in a Digital Age, Andrew Fletcher

Internet Resource: Letter from Ernest Hemingway’s Widow Could Solve Cuban Farmhouse Mystery, Alison Flood

Book Chapter: Introduction, Joseph Fruscione

Book: Teaching Hemingway and Modernism, Joseph Fruscione

Essay: Ernest Hemingway, Literary Critic, Daniel Fuchs

Book Chapter: The Sun Also Rises and the "Stimulating Strangeness" of Paris, Meg Gillette

Book Chapter: Modernist Style, Identity Politics, and Trauma in Hemingway’s "Big Two-Hearted River" and Stein’s "Picasso", Julie Goodspeed-Chadwick

Essay: Criticism and the Literary Crisis of Man, Mark Greif

Book Chapter: Teaching Hemingway’s Modernism in Cultural Context: Helping Students Connect His Time to Ours, Sharon Hamilton

Article: Hemingway as Social and Political Writer, Peter L. Hays

Article: Ernest Hemingway’s Description of the Mountaintop in "The Snows of Kilimanjaro" and Climate Change Research, Samuli Helama

Book: Ernest Hemingway: The Last Interview and Other Conversations, Ernest Hemingway

Book: Out Came the Sun: Overcoming the Legacy of Mental Illness, Addiction, and Suicide in My Family, Mariel Hemingway

Article: "Mojado-Reverso" or, a Reverse Wetback: On John Grady Cole’s Mexican Ancestry in Cormac McCarthy’s All the Pretty Horses, Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera

Book Chapter: On Teaching "Homage of Switzerland" as an Introduction to Postmodern Literature, Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera

Book: Hemingway in Love: His Own Story: A Memoir, A. E. Hotchner

Essay: Ernest Hemingway: A Strange Fish, Sam Jefferson

Essay: Translation and the American Modernist Novel, Daniel Katz

Essay: Treatment of the Spanish Civil War in Malraux’s Man’s Hope, Orwell’s Homage to Catalonia, and Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls, Uddin Jalal Khan

Article: "Cheerful Rain" in Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms, Wook-Dong Kim

Article: Self-Parody and Satirized Lovers in The Torrents of Spring, Dennis B. Ledden

Essay: Challenges to Monolingual National Literatures, Brian Lennon

Book Chapter: From Paris to Eatonville, Florida: Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises and Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God, Anna Lillios

Article: Dating the Narration of Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms: San Siro, Miriam B. Mandel

Essay: Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961), Derek C. Maus

Book Chapter: Hemingway, His Contemporaries, and the South Carolina Corps of Cadets: Exploring Veterans’ Inner World, Lauren Rule Maxell

Book: The Critics and Hemingway, 1924-2014: Shaping an American Literary Icon, Laurence W. Mazzeno

Book: Appropriating Hemingway: Using Him as a Fictional Character, Ron McFarland

Book Chapter: Teaching the Avant-Garde Hemingway: Early Modernism in Paris, Adam R. McKee

Article: Narrative Inquiry as an Approach for Aesthetic Experience: Life Stories in Perceiving and Responding to Works, Martha Barry McKenna

Essay: Ernest Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald: Friendship and Rivalry, Robert McParland

Article: Hemingway and Goya, Jeffrey Meyers

Article: Hemingway and Malraux: The Struggle, Jeffrey Meyers

Article: Hemingway and Van Gogh, Jeffrey Meyers

Article: Lee Miller and Martha Gellhorn: Parallel Lives, Jeffrey Meyers

Essay: Etxea (history of the San Fermín fiesta), Peter N. Milligan

Book Chapter: "Miss Stein Instructs": Revisiting the Paris Apprenticeship of 1922, Katie Owens-Murphy

Essay: The Limit Situation and the Leap of the Dancer in Hemingway’s Death in the Afternoon and The Undefeated, Ginerva Paparoni

Essay: The Old Men and the "Sea of Masscult": T. S. Eliot, Ernest Hemingway, and the Middlebrow Aesthetic, Tom Perrin

Article: Hemingway in Action: A Dos Passos Painting from the 1924 Pamplona Fiesta, Donald Pizer

Article: Hemingway’s Last Letter, Eric M. Poeschla

Article: Hemingway and The Journal of the American Medical Association: Gangrene, Shock, and Suicide in "Indian Camp", Russ Pottle

Book: Hell and Good Company: The Spanish Civil War and the World It Made, Richard Rhodes

Essay: Nick Adams Stories, Bernard Richards

Article: More than a Period Piece: Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls as a Reflection of the Spanish Civil War, David Robinson