CURRENT BIBLIOGRAPHY: ANNOTATED.
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1. One trained in the description and cataloging of printed matter.
2. One who compiles a bibliography.
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Ada (ā`ə), city (1990 pop. 15,820), seat of Pontotoc co., S central Okla.; inc. 1904. It is a large cattle market and the center of a rich oil and ranch area. Reporting--Research Foundation Volunteer Hilary Hemingway. Association Launches Native American Initiative. Tour de Cure Raises USD USD
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The currency market, also known as the Foreign Exchange market, is the largest financial market in the world, with a daily average volume of over US $1 trillion. 3.4 Million." Diabetes Forecast 52.4 (1999): 89-92.
"Carroll & Graf Reintroduce Us to Hotchner's Papa Hemingway." Library Journal 124.4 (1999): 116. [Review.]
"Farewell--Jack Hemingway, The Eldest Son of a Famous Father and Father of Famous Daughters, Dies at 77." People Weekly (18 Dec. 2000): 161.
"Look Homeward, Angel Look Homeward, Angel is Thomas Wolfe's first novel. Published in 1929, it is heavily autobiographical, and Wolfe uses the main character, Eugene Gant, as a stand-in for himself. Signed by Hemingway?" Thomas Wolfe Review 24.2 (2000): 109.
Abouddahab, R. "The Eye and the Sun: Bataille and Hemingway." Revue Franfaise D' Etudes Americaines 84 (2000): 61-76.
Asselineau R. Rev. of Hemingway: The Final Years, Hemingway: The 1930s, Hemingway: The American Homecoming, Hemingway: The Paris Years, and The Young Hemingway by Michael Reynolds. Etudes Anglaises 53.3 (2000): 367-369.
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For Whom the Bell Tolls is a 1940 novel by Ernest Hemingway. in Five Romance Languages." The Hemingway Review 20.1 (Fall 9000): 30-48.
Beegel, Susan E "Dedication." The Hemingway Review 20.1 (Fall 2000): [ii-iv]. [To Michael S. Reynolds, 1937-2000.]
Berman, Ronald. Fitzgerald, Hemingway & the Twenties. Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 2001. [ISBN ISBN
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Bloom, Harold. Ernest Hemingway. Broomall [PA]: Chelsea House, 2000. [Anthology of critical excerpts about AFTA AFTA ASEAN Free Trade Area
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SAR - segmentation and reassembly , and OMATS; ISBN 0791052591; 0791051218]
Boyd, W. Rev. of True at First Light by Ernest Hemingway. TLS (1) (Transport Layer Security) A security protocol from the IETF that is based on the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) 3.0 protocol developed by Netscape. TLS uses digital certificates to authenticate the user as well as authenticate the network (in a wireless 2 July 1999: 10.
Brenner, Gerry. "Enough of a Bad Gamble: Correcting the Misinformation mis·in·form
tr.v. mis·in·formed, mis·in·form·ing, mis·in·forms
To provide with incorrect information.
mis on Hemingway's Captain James Gamble." The Hemingway Review 20.1 (Fall 2000): 90-96.
--. A Comprehensive Companion to Hemingway's A Moveable Feast: Annotation to Interpretation. Lewiston: Edwin Mellen P, 2001. [ISBN: Vol. 1, 0773476105 and Vol. 2, 0773476202.]
Brown, John L. Rev. of The Only Thing That Counts ed. by Matthew J. Bruccoli with the assistance of Robert W. Trogdon. World Literature Today 74.1 (2000): 171-72
Burgess, Robert E Hemingway's Paris & Pamplona, Then & Now. Lincoln: Writers Club P [iUniverse.com], 2000. [ISBN: 0595089534]
Byrne, Peter. "An American in Venice." Bollettino del C. LR. V.I./Bulletin du C.I.R.V.I. (Centro Interuniversitario di Ricerche Sul Viaggio in Italia) 15-16 (1987): 157-60.
Candito, Mimmo. Professione: reporter di guerra: storia di un giornalismo difficile, da Hemingway a Internet. Milano: Baldini & Castoldi, 2000. [ISBN: 8880898213; includes bibliographical references.]
Caras, Roger A. The New Roger Caras Treasury of Great Cat Stories. New York: Galahad, 2000. [Includes "Cat in the Rain?"]
Carlile, Clancy. The Paris Pilgrims. New York: Carroll & Graf, 2000. [ISBN: 0786707534; org. pub. 1999.]
Carter S. "Ernest Hemingway and the Included Middle: Notes Toward a Poetics of Complementarity com·ple·men·tar·i·ty
1. The correspondence or similarity between nucleotides or strands of nucleotides of DNA and RNA molecules that allows precise pairing.
2. ." CEA CEA carcinoembryonic antigen.
CEA (Carcinoembryonic antigen) Critic 62.2 (2000): 31-44.
Cheng, Yung-hsiao. "The Functions of Interior Monologues in Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls." American Studies/Mei-Kuo Yen-Chiu (China) 16.3: (1986): 55-83. [Chinese summary.]
Chu, Rudolph Y. "What Are the Fears of the Hemingway Protagonist?" American Studies/Mei-Kuo Yen-Chiu (China). 13.2 (1983): 1-30. [English summary]
Clark, Suzanne. Cold Warriors: Manliness on Trial in the Rhetoric of the West. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 2000. [Includes chapter on "Theodore Roosevelt and the Postheroic Arena: Reading Hemingway Again"; ISBN: 0809323028]
Clemens, John K and Douglas E Mayer. The Classic Touch: Lessons in Leadership From Homer to Hemingway. Rev. ed. Lincolnwood, IL: NTC NTC Notice
NTC National Training Center
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NTC Negative Temperature Coefficient
NTC Naval Training Center Business, 2000. [ISBN: 0809227975.]
(Hebrew: “priest”) Jewish priest descended from Zadok (a descendant of Aaron), priest at the First Temple of Jerusalem. The biblical priesthood was hereditary and male. , Milton A. "Soldiers' Voices in In Our Time: Hemingway's Ventriloquism ventriloquism: see puppet.
Art of “throwing” one's voice in such a way that the sound seems to come from a source other than the speaker. ?" The Hemingway Review 20.1 (Fall 2000): 22-29.
Conrad, Winston. Hemingway's France: Images of the Lost Generation. Emeryville [CA]: Woodford P, 2000. [ISBN: 0942627628.]
Crane, John Kenny. "Literary Machismo: Steinbeck, Faulkner, and Hemingway." Steinbeck Newsletter 6.1 (1993): 1-5.
Criswell, Jeanne. Cliffs Notes, Hemingway's The Old Man and the Sea. Lincoln [NE]: Cliffs Notes, 2000. [ISBN:0764586602]
Cromie, Jenny. Short Story Criticism: Excerpts from Criticism of the Work of Short Fiction Writers. Detroit: Gale Group, 1999. [ISBN: 0787632767; includes "Hemingway: A Clean, Well-Lighted Place A Clean, Well-Lighted Place is a short story by Ernest Hemingway, first published in 1926. It was later included in his 1933 collection, Winner Take Nothing. Plot summary
It is late evening. ."]
Crowley, John W. (introd.) "Ernest Hemingway." Syracuse University Library Associates Courier 31 (1996): 33-50.
Crunden, Robert Morse. Body & Soul: The Making of American Modernism: Art, Music and Letters of the Jazz Age, 1919-1926. New York: Basic, 2000. [Includes a chapter on Gertrude Stein/Sherwood Anderson/Ernest Hemingway; ISBN: 0465014844.]
Davis, R.M. Rev. of True at First Light: A Fictional Memoir by Ernest Hemingway. World Literature Today 74.2 (2000): 364-365.
DeFazio, Albert J. III. "Biblio-Files: Notions from A Decade of Annotation." The Hemingway Review 20.1 (Fall 2000): 97-103.
--. "Current Bibliography: Annotated." The Hemingway Review 20.1 Fall 2000): 121-133.
Delbanco, Nicholas. "Strange Type." Five Points: a Journal of Literature & Art. 4.3 (2000): 19-34.
Dillon-Malone, Aubrey. Hemingway. London: Robson Books, Ltd., 2000. [ISBN: 1861052901]
Edel, Leon. "Searching for Sylvia Beach." The Yale Review 88.2 (2000): 107-16. [Recalls his attempt to locate Beach in 1944 and their earlier friendship in the 1920s; ref. to EH.]
Esquiff, Sophia Ann. "Medical Education: The Role of Reading Imaginative Literature in the Formation of the Physician." Diss. U of Houston, 1999. DAI 60 (1999): 05A. [Determines that close reading skills are transferable to medical practice; ref. Hemingway's short stories.]
Ferrell, William K. Literature and Film as Modern Mythology. Westport [CT].: Praeger, 2000. [Includes "Finding Morality in a Bullring--The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway"; ISBN: 0275967573.]
Fuentes, Norberto. Ernest Hemingway Rediscovered. New York: Barron's, 2000. [ISBN: 0764116460; trans, of Ernest Hemingway retrouve from the French by Marianne Sinclair.]
Gordimer, Nadine. "Hemingway's Expatriates: In the United States, the best-known African writer is still Ernest Hemingway, the scrupulous stylist who brawled, shot, and--it now appears--shagged his way across, East Africa. At once inspired and repulsed by the man and his methods, Nadine Gordimer dissects the expatriate personality." Transition 80 (2000): 86.
Greenberg, M. Rev. of Hemingway: The Final Years by Michael Reynolds. TLS 11 July 1999: 11-12.
Grimes, Larry E. Rev. of Hemingway and the Natural World ed. by Robert Fleming. The Hemingway Review 20.1 (Fall 2000): 104-08.
Grote, Gerald. Lexikon der prominenten Selbstmorder: mehr als 300 dramatische Lebenslaufe: Sokrates und Hemingway, Kurt Cobain und Rex Gildo, Ulrich Wildgruber und Stefan Zweig. Berlin: Lexikon Imprint, 2000. [ISBN: 3896022652.]
Hammersten, Paul D. Asante Papa! Chatham [MA]: Write Time, 2000. [Collector's ed. Limited to 500 copies.]
Helstern, Linda Lizut. "Indians, Woodcraft wood·craft
1. Skill and experience in matters relating to the woods, as hunting, fishing, or camping.
2. The act, process, or art of carving or fashioning objects from wood.
Noun 1. , and the Construction of White Masculinity: The Boyhood of Nick Adams" The Hemingway Review 20.1 (Fall 2000): 61-78.
Hemingway, Ernest. To Have and Have Not To Have and Have Not is a 1937 novel by Ernest Hemingway about Harry Morgan, a fishing boat captain who runs contraband between Cuba and Florida. The novel depicts Harry as an essentially good man who is forced into blackmarket activity by economic forces beyond his control. . Burbank [CA]: Warner Home Video Warner Home Video is the home video unit of Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group, a division of Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc. It was founded in 1978 as WCI Home Video (for Warner Communications, Inc.). It was re-named Warner Home Video in 1980. , 2000, 1945. [VHS (Video Home System) A half-inch, analog videocassette recorder (VCR) format introduced by JVC in 1976 to compete with Sony's Betamax, introduced a year earlier. , part of the Humphrey Bogart collection; ISBN: 0790743515.]
--. A Moveable Feast. London: Vintage, 2000. [ISBN: 0099285045.]
--. The Snows of Kilimanjaro. Independence [MO]: distributed by Englewood Entertainment, 2000, 1952. [VHS; Vol, 10 of Hollywood Gold series,]
--. The Snows of Klimanjaro. Toronto, Ontario: [audiovisual] Canada, 2000. [A "described version" of the 1952 Zanuck film; 1 videocassette (115 min.) ISBN: 0778951006; includes Braille title labels affixed af·fix
tr.v. af·fixed, af·fix·ing, af·fix·es
1. To secure to something; attach: affix a label to a package.
2. to container.]
Hemingway, Hilary and Jeffrey P. Lindsay. Hunting with Hemingway. New York: Putnam, 2000. [ISBN: 1573221597].
Hermann, Thomas. "Aufzeichnungen eines Jaegers." Neue Buercher Zeitung 24-25 July 1999: 55. [Rev. of True at First Light.]
--. "Metamorphosen zwischen Leen und Kunst." Neue Buercher Zeitung. 17/18 July 1999:71.
Hicks, Brian. "USC An abbreviation for U.S. Code. Gets Hemingway Collection: Papa's Papers Complement Fitzgerald's." The Post and Courier 20 Feb. 2001: 1, 9. [Maurice Speiser's collection gets to USC via Matthew Bruccoli.]
Hily-Mane, G. Rev. of Hemingway: Portrait of the Artist as Wounded Warrior by J. Charyn. Quinzaine Litteraire 761 (15 May 1999): 12.
--. Rev. of Complete Short Stories by Ernest Hemingway. Quinzaine Litteraire 761 (15 May 1999): 12.
Hotchner, A.E. Ernest Hemingway's "After the Storm": The Story, Plus the Screenplay & a Commentary. New York: Carroll & Graf, 2001. [ISBN 0786708379.]
Karbo, Karen. Rev. of Michael Paling Hemingway Adventure by Michael Palin. The New York Times Book Review 105.23 (June 4 2000): 6. [Unfavorable.]
Karson, Joe. Dining with Hitler and Hemingway. [Fairbanks, AK]: Plumb Bob P, 2000. [ISBN: 0967857201]
Lechowska, Teresa and Zofia Zinserling, trans. To co prawdziwe o swicie. Warszawa: MUZA SA, 2000. [Polish translation of True at First Light; ISBN: 8372006008]
Leeds, B.H. Rev. of Hemingway: The Final Years by Michael Reynolds. Choice 37.7 (2000): 1302.
Leland, J. Rev. of Hemingway Goes to War by Charles Whiting. Journal of Military History 64.1 (2000): 247-248.
Lindsay, Creighton. "Hemingway's Nexus of Pastoral and Tragedy." CLA CLA,
n.pr See acid, conjugated linoleic. Journal 43.4 (2000): 454-78.
Lyons, Nick, ed. Hemingway on Fishing. New York: Lyons P, 2000. [ISBN: 1585741442.]
MacDonald, J. B. Rev. of Literary Masters: Ernest Hemingway by Michael Reynolds. School Library Journal 46.11 (2000): 87. [Favorable.]
Mandel, Miriam B. Hemingway's Death in the Afternoon: the Complete Annotations. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow P, 2001. [ISBN: 0810839962; pub. date Aug. 2001.]
Martin, Douglas. "Jack Hemingway Dies at 77; Embraced Father's Legacy." The New York Times 3 Dec. 2000: 60.
McFarland, Ron. The Hemingway Poems of Ron McFarland. [San Antonio, TX]: Pecan pecan: see hickory.
Nut and tree (Carya illinoinensis) of the walnut family, native to temperate North America. Occasionally reaching a height of about 160 ft (50 m), the tree has deeply furrowed bark and feather-shaped leaves. Grove Press, 2001. [Winner of the Summer 2000 National Chapbook chapbook, one of the pamphlets formerly sold in Europe and America by itinerant agents, or "chapmen." Chapbooks were inexpensive—in England often costing only a penny—and, like the broadside, they were usually anonymous and undated. Competition; ISBN: 1877603740.]
McKenna, John J. and David M. Raabe. "Using Temperament Theory to Understand Conflict in Hemingway's `Soldier's Home'" Studies in Short Fiction 34.2 (1997): 203-13.
Meyers, Jeffrey and William H. Prescott. Hemingway: Life into Art. New York: Cooper Square Press. [ISBN: 0815410786]
Miles, Jack. "Global Requiem: The Apocalyptic Moment in Religion, Science, and Art" Cross Currents 50.3 (2000): 294+. [Contemplates the prospect of human extinction as portrayed by the arts and religion.]
Milne, Ira Mark. Short Stories for Students. Volume 9: Presenting Analysis, Context, and Criticism on Commonly Studied Short Stories. Detroit: Gale Group, 2000. [Includes "A Clean, Well-Lighted Place"; ISBN: 0787636096]
--. Short Stories for Students. Volume 8: Presenting Analysis, Context, and Criticism on Commonly Studied Short Stories. Detroit: Gale Group, 2000. [Contains "In Another Country"; ISBN: 0787636088]
Mishra, Vishwa Mohan. "Bipolar Mood Disorders, Creativity and Suicidality of Ernest Hemingway: A Clinical Psychological Study." Diss. Union Institute, 1999. DAI 60 (1999): 03B. [Finds tenable ten·a·ble
1. Capable of being maintained in argument; rationally defensible: a tenable theory.
2. the notion that Hemingway suffered from bipolar/manic-depressive mood disorders.]
Morrell, David and Sandra Whipple Spanier, eds. American Fiction, American Myth: Essays by Philip Young. University Park [PA]: Pennsylvania State UP, 2000. [ISBN: 0271020369; includes six essays pertaining to EH.]
Murphy, Charlene. Rev. of Hemingway's France: Images of the Lost Generation by Winston Conrad; Michael Palin's Hemingway Adventure Michael Palin's Hemingway Adventure is a 1999 BBC television documentary presented by Michael Palin. It records Palin's travels as he visited many sites where Ernest Hemingway had been. The sites include Spain, Chicago, Paris, Italy, Africa, Key West, Cuba, and Idaho. by Michael Pa/in; and A Hemingway Odyssey: Special Places in His Life by H. Lea Lawrence. The Hemingway Review 20.1 (Fall 2000): 113-20.
Nanny, Max. "Formal Allusions to Visual Ideas and Visual Art in Hemingway's Work." European Journal of English Studies 4.1 (2000): 66-82.
Navarro Pardinas, Blanca. "Hemingway au Quebec: Voyage dans l'intertexte romanesque de Jacques Poulin." La Revue Riviere ri·vière
A necklace of precious stones, generally set in one strand.
[French rivière (de diamants), river (of diamonds), from Old French rivere, from Vulgar Latin : Revue Multidisciplinaire D'Arts et D'Idees 2 (1996): 43-57.
Neill, Peter, ed. American Sea Writing: A Literary Anthology. York: Library of America The Library of America (LoA) is a nonprofit publisher of classic American literature. Overview and history
Founded in 1979 with seed money from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Ford Foundation, the LoA has published more than 150 volumes by a wide range , 2000. [Includes "After the Storm."]
Nesbitt, Anna Sheets. Short Story Criticism: Excerpts from Criticism of the Works of Short Fiction Writers. Volume 36. Detroit: Gale Research Inc., 2000. [Treats OMATS.]
Newbury, Michael. Rev. of Hemingway and His Conspirators CONSPIRATORS. Persons guilty of a conspiracy. See 3 Bl. Com. 126-71 Wils. Rep. 210-11. See Conspiracy. : Hollywood, Scribners, and the Making of American Celebrity, Culture by Leonard Left. American Literary History 12.1-2 (2000): 272-283. [Favorable.]
Noetinger, Elise. L'imaginaire de la blessure: etude e·tude
1. A piece composed for the development of a specific point of technique.
2. A composition featuring a point of technique but performed because of its artistic merit. comparee du Renegat ou un esprit confus d'Albert Camus, de Voyage au bout de la nuit de Louis-Ferdinand Celine, de Light in August de William Faulkner, et de The Snows of Kilimanjaro d'Ernest Hemingway. Amsterdam; Atlanta, GA: Rodopi, 2000. [ISBN: 9042005203; wounds and injuries in literature.]
Oates, Joyce Carol Oates, Joyce Carol, 1938–, American author, b. Lockport, N.Y., grad. B.A., Syracuse Univ., 1960, M.A., Univ. of Wisconsin, 1961. She taught English at the Univ. of Detroit and the Univ. of Windsor, Ontario, Canada, and has been affiliated with Princeton Univ. and Robert Atwan, eds. The Best American Essays of the Century. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2000. [Includes "Pamplona in July" by EH.]
Oxenham, Robert M. "Hemingway's Cats. A well-known cat lover, Hemingway had as many as 60 Cats Living with him at his Key West home." Cat Fancy 43.6 (2000): 26.
Paul, Steve. "Hemingway's Kansas City: A Short Story, Brief But Telling. Early Jottings Reveal Author's Ties to Town." Kansas City Star 27 June 1999: A1+.
Pavloska, Susanna. Modern Primitives. New York: Garland, 2000. [ISBN: 0815336500]
Pivano, Fernanda. I miei quadrifogli. [Milano]: Frassinelli, 2000. [ISBN: 8876845917; memoirs, photographs.]
--. Dopo Hemingway: libri arte ed emozioni d'America. Napoli: T. Pironti, 2000. [ISBN: 8879372254; contains name index.]
Plotkin, Stephen. "News from the Hemingway Collection." The Hemingway Review 20.1 (Fall 2000): 134-35. [Offers a tribute to Michael Reynolds and announces the winners of research grants.]
Printed Books and Manuscripts: Including Americana and Recently Discovered Manuscripts by Ernest Hemingway: Auction, Friday, 19 May 2000. New York: Christie's, 2000. [Ref. the properties of Anthony Mason.]
Prose, Francine and Tom Bailey, eds. On Writing Short Stories. New York: Oxford UP, 2000. [Ref. "Hills like White Elephants Hills Like White Elephants is a short story by Ernest Hemingway. It was first published in 1927 as part of the publication of Men Without Women. Plot summary
The story takes place in the Ebro river valley in Spain. " ISBN: 0195122720.]
Ravasi, Gianfranco. Preghiere: L'ateo e il credente davanti a Dio. [n.p.]: Mondadori, . [Ref. to EH and religion.]
Remnick, David ed. Life Stories [profiles from The New Yorker]. Prince Frederick [MD]: Recorded Books, 2000. [Unabridged; read by David Remnick, David, Philip Bosco, Amy Irving; six sound cassettes (10 hr.) ISBN: 0375409521; contains "How do you like it now, gentlemen?" by Lillian Ross.]
Roberts, James L. Hemingway's Short Stories: Notes. Lincoln [NE]: Cliffs Notes, 2000. [ISBN: 0764585525.]
Robins, Carol Peace. Rev. of Hunting with Hemingway by Hilary Hemingway. The New York Times Book Review 105.32 (6 Aug. 2000): 16. [Mixed.]
Roe, Sue. Rev. of Modernist Patterns in Literature and the Visual Arts. TLS 5075 (July 7 2000): 26. [Looks at "Hemingway in the light of works in other media, aiming to overturn received opinion and shed new light."]
Rogers, Michael. Rev. of Hemingway on Fishing ed. by Nick Lyons. Library Journal 1 Sept. 2000: 216. [Favorable.]
n. New England
A second crop, as of hay, in a season.
[Middle English rowein, from Anglo-Norman rewain, variant of Old French regain : re-, re- + , John. Rev. of Hemingway on Fishing ed. by Nick Lyons. Booklist 1 Sept. 2000: 50. ["a satisfying theme anthology."]
Sanderson, Richard K. "Cold War Revisions of Hemingway's Introduction to Men at War." The Hemingway Review 20.1 (Fall 2000): 49-60.
Scammell, William. Rev. of Hemingway vs. Fitzgerald by Scott Donaldson. The Spectator 29 Apr. 2000: 30.
Schaefer, Dave. Sailing to Hemingway's Cuba. Dobbs Ferry [NY]: Sheridan House, 2000. [ISBN: 1574091107]
--. Sailing to Hemingway's Cuba. London: Adlard Coles Nautical, 2001. [ISBN: 0713658991.]
Sexton, Adam. Cliffs Notes, Hemingway's A Farewell To Arms. Foster City [CA]: IDG IDG International Data Group
IDG Integrated Drive Generator
IDG Installation Design Guide
IDG Internet Discussion Group
IDG Inset Dielectric Guide
IDG International Dangerous Goods (mail, shipping) Books Worldwide, 2001. [ISBN: 0764586599.]
Sheler, Jeffrey L. and Gary Cohen. "The Last Word from Papa." U.S. News & World Report U.S. News & World Report
Weekly newsmagazine published in Washington, D.C. U.S. News was founded in 1933 by David Lawrence (1888–1973) to cover important domestic events; he founded World Report in 1945 to treat world news. The two magazines were merged in 1948. 22 May 2000: 18. [Christie's auctions off "handwritten hand·write
tr.v. hand·wrote , hand·writ·ten , hand·writ·ing, hand·writes
To write by hand.
[Back-formation from handwritten.]
Adj. 1. first draft" of "Short Happy Life."]
Slusser, George. "Pocket Apocalypse: American Survivalist sur·viv·al·ist
One who has personal or group survival as a primary goal in the face of difficulty, opposition, and especially the threat of natural catastrophe, nuclear war, or societal collapse.
Noun 1. Fictions from Walden to The Incredible Shrinking Man." Imagining Apocalypse: Studies in Cultural Crisis. Ed. by David Seed. New York: Macmillan, 2000. 118-35.
Smith, Dinitia. "Michael S. Reynolds, Biographer Whose Career was Hemingway, Dies at 63" The New York Times 15 Aug. 2000: A22.
Sparks, Leah. Rev. of Big Two-Hearted River Big Two-Hearted River by Ernest Hemingway is a two-part story that ends the collection In Our Time, published in 1924.
Though unmentioned in the text, the story is generally viewed as an account of a healing process for Nick Adams, a recurring character throughout [audiobook]. Booklist 15 Sept. 2000: 258. [Read by Roger Stephens; 1 1/2 hrs.; contains "lyrical trio of abridged Nick Adams tales" along with works of five other "classic authors)"],
Stern, Marlo Rigoni. Rev. of Storia e Cultura della caccia by Paolo Galloni. Tutto Idbri, Tempo Libero Libero can refer to:
Stewart, Matthew C. "Ernest Hemingway and World War I: Combating Recent Psychobiographical Reassessments, Restoring the War." Papers on Language & Literature 36.2 (2000): 198-217.
--. Modernism and Tradition in Ernest Hemingway's In Our Time: A Guide for Students and Readers. Columbia [SC]: Camden House, 2001. [ISBN: 1571130179.]
Tellefsen, Blythe. "Rewriting the Self against the National Text: Ernest Hemingway's The Garden of Eden Garden of Eden
Noun 1. Garden of Eden - a beautiful garden where Adam and Eve were placed at the Creation; when they disobeyed and ate the forbidden fruit from the tree of knowledge of good and evil they were ." Papers on Language & Literature 36.1 (2000): 58-92. [Argues that the novel attempts to construct a new America by redefining categories of race, gender, family structure, and the meaning of artistry.]
Tilton, Margaret. "Garnering an Opinion: A Double Look at Nick's Surrogate Mother and Her Relationship to Dr. Adams in Hemingway's `Ten Indians.'" The Hemingway Review 20.1 (Fall 2000): 79-89.
Trilling, Lionel and Leon Wieseltier, eds. The Moral Obligation To Be Intelligent: Selected Essays. New York: Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 2000. [Reprints "Hemingway and His Critics"; ISBN: 0374257949.]
Trout, Steven. "`Where Do We Go From Here?": Ernest Hemingway's `Soldier's Home' and American Veterans of World War I.'" The Hemingway Review 20.1 (Fall 2000): 5-22.
Updike, John and Katrina Kenison, eds. The Best American Short Stories The Best American Short Stories yearly anthology is a part of the Best American Series published by the Houghton Mifflin Company. Since 1915, the BASS anthology has strived to contain the best short stories by some of the best-known writers in contemporary American of the Century. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2000. [Includes "The Killers."]
Vargas Llosa, M. "Extemporaneities: Hemingway." Salmagundi-A Quarterly of the Humanities and Social Sciences 128-29 (2001): 42-47.
Vittorini, Elio. Conversations in Sicily Conversazione in Sicilia first appeared in serial form in Letteratura in 1938, and was first published as the novel Nome e Lagrime in 1941. The story concerns Silvestro Ferrauto and his return to Sicily after a long absence. . New York: New Directions, 2000. [ISBN: 0811214559.]
Walsh, Christopher Robert. "Craven Images. Cowardice in American Literature: From The Revolutionary to The Nuclear Era." Diss. Boston U, 2000. DAI 60 (2000):06A. [Suggests that the concept of cowardice is inappropriate in modern war.]
Werlock, Abby H. P. "`With a Man There Is a Difference": The Rejection of Female Mentoring in Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls." In The Erotics of Instruction. Ed. by Regina Barreca, and Deborah Denenholz
Morse. Hanover: UP of New England, 1997. 127-46.
--. Rev. of A Historical Guide to Ernest Hemingway ed. by Linda Wagner-Martin. The Hemingway Review 20.1 (Fall 2000): 108-113.
Whitesel, Todd. "Michigan's Free-Flowing Two Hearted River The Two Hearted River is a short river, approximately 25 mi (40 km) long in northern Michigan in the United States. It drains a forested wilderness area of the eastern Upper Peninsula into Lake Superior. : This Upper Peninsula river inspired Ernest Hemingway in his youth,, and it continues to inspire paddlers today." Canoe & Kayak 28.1 (2000): 82.
Wiener, Gary. Readings on A Farewell to Arms. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven Press, 2000. [ISBN: 073770232X; includes 16 essays on the novel.]
Wood, J. Rev. of Hemingway: The Final Years by Michael Reynolds. New York Times Book Review 11 July 1999: 15-16.
--. Rev. of True at First Light by Ernest Hemingway. New York Times Book Review 11 July 1999: 15-16.
Yu, Ch'ing. Hai-ming-wei/Ernest Hemingway. Hsiang-kang: San lien shu tien (Hsiang-kang) yu hsien kung ssu, 2000. [ISBN: 9620417585.]
Zielinski, Bronislaw, trans. Komu bije dzwon. Warszawa: Warszawskie Wydawn. Literackie MUZA SA, 2000. [Polish translation of For Whom the Bell Tolls;, ISBN: 8372005540.]
--, trans. Ruchome swieto. Warszawa: Warszawskie Wydawn. Literackie MUZA SA, 2000. [Polish translation of A Moveable Feast.]
--, trans. Za rzeke w cien drzew. Warszawa: Warszawskie Wydawn. Literackie MUZA SA, 2000. [ISBN: 8372005567; Polish translation of Across the River and into the Trees Across the River and Into the Trees is a novel by Ernest Hemingway. The title is derived from the last words of Confederate General Thomas J. (Stonewall) Jackson. .]
Thanks to Robert W. Snee, Bridget Dean Pratt, Michael Hoover, Steve Paul, and Murizio di Giacomo.
ALBERT J. DEFAZIO III George Mason University Named after American revolutionary, patriot and founding father George Mason, the university was founded as a branch of the University of Virginia in 1957 and became an independent institution in 1972.