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 2015

Article: "Spanish Is a Language Tu": Hemingway’s Cubist Spanglish, Gayle Rogers

Essay: How Do You Like It Now, Gentlemen?, Lillian Ross

Book: The Letters of Ernest Hemingway, Volume 3, 1926-1929, Rena Sanderson, Sandra Spanier, and Robert W. Trogdon

Article: "There’s never any ending to Paris": Creating a Literary Myth: Geocritical Aspects of the Works of the Lost Generation, Krisztina Sárdi

Book: The Professional in Michael Mann’s Movies, Ingo Stelte

Essay: Ernest Hemingway, Sarah Stodola

Essay: Hemingway’s Influence on Camus: The Iceberg as Topography, Ben Stoltzfus

Article: Writing the Iceberg: Hemingway, Camus—and Lawrence?, Ben Stoltzfus

Article: "The Snows of Kilimanjaro": Ernest Hemingway, Shaun Strohmer

Article: Project Healing Waters Fly-Fishing and Hemingway’s "Big Two-Hearted River", James Tackach

Essay: Americans in Spain, Ichiro Takayoshi

Article: Excuse the Preface: Hemingway’s Introductions for Other Writers, Ross K. Tangedal

Article: From Memories to Counterfactuals: A Conceptual Journey in Ernest Hemingway’s "Snows of Kilimanjaro", Gabriela Tucan

Article: Cultural Conversations: Woolf’s 1927 Review of Hemingway, Lisa Tyler

Internet Resource: Afterthoughts on "The Rites of War and The Sun Also Rises" Inspired by For Whom the Bell Tolls, Alex Vernon

Article: The Rites of War and Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises, Alex Vernon

Article: What He Says about "the Cat": Enrique Vila-Matas on Hemingway’s "Cat in the Rain", Kevin R. West

Book: Hemingway’s Paris: A Writer’s City in Words and Images, Robert Wheeler

Book Chapter: The Developing Modernism of Toomer, Hemingway, and Faulkner, Margaret E. Wright-Cleveland

Book: Hemingway, Style, and the Art of Emotion, David Wyatt

Submissions from 2014

Article: Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises: The Dog in the Window and Other War Allusions, William Adair

Article: The Comparative Power of Type/Token and Hapaxlegomena/Type Ratios: A Corpus-based Study of Authorial Differentiation, Sundus Muhsin Ali and Khalid Shakir Hussein

Article: On the Early Letters of Ernest Hemingway: Teasing, Typewriting, Editing, E. J. F. Allen

Article: Hemingway’s Early Education in the Short Story: A Bibliographic Essay on Brander Matthews and Twenty Volumes of Stories at Windemere, David L. Anderson

Essay: Revisiting Masculinity and/as Whiteness in Ernest Hemingway’s Green Hills of Africa and Under Kilimanjaro, Josep M. Armengol

Article: Language’s Limits and a Doubtful Nature: Ernest Hemingway’s "Big Two-Hearted River" and Friedrich Nietzsche’s Foreign Language, Michelle Balaev

Internet Resource: Hemingway’s Death in the Afternoon and the Fear of Death in War, Christopher Barker

Essay: Latin Quarter, St. Germain and Odeon Walk: Ernest Hemingway in Paris, John Baxter

Essay: The Heavyweight Champion of Montparnasse: Hemingway’s Knockout, John Baxter

Essay: Where the 20th Century Was: Gertrude Stein and Her Salon, John Baxter

Article: Ernest Hemingway’s Reading of James Joyce’s Ulysses, John Beall

Book Chapter: Love in the Time of Influenza: Hemingway and the 1918 Pandemic, Susan F. Beegel

Article: Hyena Trouble, Alan Bewell

Book Chapter: All Quiet on the Midwestern Front: "Soldier’s Home", William Blazek

Article: The Geography of Self-Representation: Orientalism in Ernest Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises, Mădălina Borcău

Book Chapter: The Need for Narrative in Our Time: Hemingway’s "Tragic Adventure" and Regis University’s Stories from Wartime, Thomas G. Bowie Jr.

Article: Intent and Culpability: A Legal Review of the Shooting in "The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber", Kenneth K. Brandt and Alicia Mischa Renfroe

Book Chapter: Dangerous Families: A Midwestern Exorcism, Lawrence Broer

Book: Death in Ernest Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea, Dedria Bryfonski

Article: "The Sea Change," Clara Dunn, and the Hemingway-Pfeiffer Connection, Catherine Calloway

Article: Medicine and Medicines in Hemingway’s Arkansas, Alex A. Cardoni

Article: I am Hemingway’s Renata, Mark Cirino

Book Chapter: That Supreme Moment of Complete Knowledge: Hemingway’s Theory of the Vision of the Dying, Mark Cirino

Article: The Nasty Mess: Hemingway, Italian Fascism, and the New Review Controversy of 1932, Mark Cirino

Book Chapter: Getting to the Truth: Hemingway, Cather, and the Testimony of Two World Wars, Daniel Clayton

Article: Visual Economies of Queer Desire in Gertrude Stein’s The Autobiography of Alice B Toklas, Chris Coffman

Book: Hemingway and Pound: A Most Unlikely Friendship, John Cohassey

Essay: Robert Jordan: I Can Do No Other: For Whom the Bell Tolls, Ernest Hemingway, Christopher Coker

Book: PTSD and Hemingway’s "A Way You’ll Never Be": The Mark of Confidence (PTSD Press Monograph I), Charles A. Coleman Jr.

Article: A Moveable Feast, Sara Constantakis and Anne Devereaux Jordan

Article: Hemingway’s Neglected Masterpiece: "Cross-Country Snow", Donald A. Daiker

Article: Irene and Ernest: A Love Story?, Donald A. Daiker

Article: Eclipse and Re-emergence of a Critical Discourse on Hemingway in Cuban Literature and Film, Jonathan Dettman

Essay: The Real Hem, Maria DiBattista

Article: Hemingway’s Pursuit of Self-Reliance, Michael F. Doyle III

Article: Who is the "Destructive Type"?: Re-Reading Literary Jealousy and Destruction in The Garden of Eden, Carl P. Eby

Book Chapter: Ernest Hemingway, 1917-1918: First Work, First War, John Fenstermaker

Internet Resource: Hemingway’s Francis Macomber in "God’s Country", Matthew A. Fike

Book: Hemingway, the Red Cross, and the Great War, Steven Florczyk

Book Chapter: The Fragmented Origins of Ernest Hemingway’s "A Natural History of the Dead", Matthew Forsythe

Article: Hemingway at Rambouillet, Robert Fuller

Article: A Source Text for the Opening Passage of A Farewell to Arms, Bryan Giemza

Book: Fitzgerald and Hemingway on Film: A Critical Study of the Adaptations, 1924-2013, Candace Ursula Grissom

Book Chapter: Papa’s Grace Under Genre Pressure, Part One: Hollywood Adaptations of Hemingway, 1932-1952, Candace Ursula Grissom

Book Chapter: Papa’s Grace Under Genre Pressure, Part Two: Hollywood Adaptations of Hemingway, 1957-2013, Candace Ursula Grissom

Essay: Ernest Hemingway’s Return from the Italian Front, Bethany Groff

Article: "Los Aviónes!": The Interpretation of a New Warscape in The Spanish Earth, Picasso’s Guernica, and Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls, Stacey Guill

Essay: Big Two-Hearted River: Ernest Hemingway, Michael J. Hartwell

Book: War in Ernest Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms, David Haugen and Susan Musser

Essay: Modern War and American Literature: Ironic Realism, Satire, and Escape, Ty Hawkins

Article: A Closer Look at Hemingway’s Friend Mike Ward, Kevin J. Hayes

Book: Fifty Years of Hemingway Criticism, Peter L. Hays

Book Chapter: Hemingway, James Bond, and Andy Warhol, Peter L. Hays

Book Chapter: Hemingway on Courage, Peter L. Hays

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

Book Chapter: Hemingway’s Playboy Interviews: Are They Genuine?, Peter L. Hays

Book Chapter: Hemingway’s Puzzles, Peter L. Hays

Book Chapter: Teaching "Indian Camp", Peter L. Hays

Book Chapter: Wright, Cézanne, and Hemingway, Peter L. Hays

Book Chapter: Looking at Horses: Destructive Spectatorship in The Sun Also Rises, Jennifer Haytock

Article: Cormac McCarthy’s Debt to Ernest Hemingway’s Maestro: Allusions to Arnold Samuelson in All the Pretty Horses, Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera

Article: Man Up: The Obsessive Use of Joke in For Whom the Bell Tolls, Alexa Hernandez

Article: "Pen," "Pencil," and "Penis" in Ernest Hemingway’s "The Snows of Kilimanjaro", C. Harold Hurley

Book Chapter: Introduction: History, Reminiscence and the Occasional Presence of Snow, Allen Josephs

Book: On Hemingway and Spain: Essays & Reviews 1979-2013, Allen Josephs

Essay: The War in "Big Two-Hearted River", Allen Josephs

Article: "Somewhat Rough Withal": Hemingway’s Personal Copy of Old English Ballads (English I, Oak Park High School), Hilary Kovar Justice

Essay: The Bark-Peelers of the North: A Reading of Ernest Hemingway’s Indian Camp, Katalin G. Kállay

Article: Alice the Beautiful: Removing Society’s Judgment in Hemingway’s "The Light of the World", Rachel Karslake

Book Chapter: Hemingway: A Typical Doughboy, Jennifer D. Keene

Article: An All-Too-Moveable Feast: Ernest Hemingway and the Stakes of Terroir, Catherine Keyser

Book Chapter: A Way It Never Was: Propaganda and Shell Shock in "Soldier’s Home" and "A Way You’ll Never Be", Celia M. Kingsbury

Book Chapter: "Pleasant, Isn’t It?": The Language of Hemingway and His World War I Contemporaries, Ellen Andrews Knodt

Article: Rethinking Hemingway’s Versatility, Alvin Knox

Article: Wealth and Women: The Expatriate Performance of Affluence, Matthew Koch

Article: "I Read even the Scraps of Paper I Find on the Street": A Thesis on the Contemporary Literatures of the Americas, Jeffrey Lawrence

Book: Hemingway: How It All Began, Childhood and Youth in Michigan, Gino Leineweber

Article: Introduction: View from the Hill, Adam Long

Essay: Hemingway’s War: Guadarrama, Valle de los Caídos and El Escorial, David Mathieson

Book Chapter: Ernest Hemingway and the Ritz Liberated, Tilar J. Mazzeo