Current bibliography: annotated.
"Hemingway, Ernest." The Columbia Encyclopedia. Edition 6, 2000: 17532. [Not entirely reliable: "son of a country doctor...." "served ... in the Italian infantry...." "He fought in World War II." "After his expulsion from Cuba by the Castro...."]
"Illustrated Chronology." A Historical Guide to Ernest Hemingway. Ed. Linda Wagner-Martin. New York: Oxford UP, 2000. 195-211.
"Key West Icon Kermit `Shine' Forbes; Was Hemingway's Sparring Partner." The Washington Post 18 Feb 2000: B07. ["Kermit `Shine' Forbes, 84, the legendary sparring partner of novelist Ernest Hemingway and a popular icon of old Key West, died of pancreatic cancer Feb. 16 at Lower Keys Medical Center."]
"Printed Books and Manuscripts: Including Americana and Recently Discovered Manuscripts by Ernest Hemingway: Auction, Friday, 19 May 2000." New York: Christie, Manson & Woods International Inc., 2000. [Catalogue of auction; the properties of Anthony Mason.]
Asswailim, Saad Misfir. "Myth, ideology and silence in three novels by Vance Bourjaily." Diss. Case Western Reserve U., 2000. DAI 61 (2000) 04A.: 1398 [The second chapter of this dissertation examines the influence of Hemingway's A Farewell to Arms on Bourjaily's The End of My Life in terms of the myth of the American Adam.]
Barlowe, Jamie. "Hemingway's Gender Training." A Historical Guide to Ernest Hemingway. Ed. Linda Wagner-Martin. New York: Oxford UP, 2000. 117-153.
Beegel, Susan F. "Eye and Heart: Hemingway's Education as a Naturalist." A Historical Guide to Ernest Hemingway. Ed. Linda Wagner-Martin. New York: Oxford UP, 2000. 53-92. [Establishes the influence of the environmental movement of EH's youth on his writing.]
Bodnar, Steven, "With the Resulting Stillness." The Hemingway Review 20.2 (Spring 2001): 114--117. [Poem.].
Brenner, Gerry and Abe Abramson. Hemingway's Paris. [n.p: n. pub.], 2000. [1 sound cassette discussing the social, literary, artistic, musical atmosphere of EH's Paris.]
--. "Manolin on Hemingway's Santiago: A Fictive Interview." Thalia: Studies in Literary Humor 19.1-2 (1999): 3-13. [An aged Manolin reflects on Santiago.]
Breu, Christopher David. "Hard-boiled Masculinities: Fantasizing Gender in American Literature and Popular Culture, 1920-1945." Diss. University of California, Santa Cruz, 2000. DAI 61 (2000): 07A. ["Chapter Two on Ernest Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises chronicles the transformations that take place when the hard-boiled male travels from the mean streets of the American city to the bars and cafes of Paris."]
Bridgman, Joan. Rev. of Hemingway: The Final Years by Michael S. Reynolds. Contemporary Review 276.1610 (March 2000): 163-164.
Broer, Lawrence R. "Vonnegut's Goodbye: Kurt Senior, Hemingway, and Kilgore Trout." At Millennium's End: New Essays on the Work of Kurt Vonnegut. Ed. Kevin A. Boon. Albany: SUNY Press, 2001. [Concerns Vonnegut's on-going quarrel with violence and aggression in EH's work.]
Burrell, Mark. Water Line: Ernest Hemingway: Cubans, Yanquis, and the Ship on the Tennis Court. Miami: Valiant Press, 2001. [Ref. EH's homes and haunts.]
Butsche, E. Rev. of The Only Thing That Counts: The Ernest Hemingway and Maxwell Perkins Correspondence, 1925-1947 ed. by Matthew J. Bruccoli with Robert W. Trogdon. Georgia Review 53.4 (1999): 827-829.
Candito, Mimmo. Professione, Reporter di Guerra: Storia di un Giornalismo Difficile, da Hemingway a Internet. Milano: Baldini & Castoldi, 2000. [In Italian; ISBN: 8880898213.]
Carter, Steven. "A Note on Ernest Hemingway's `Ten Indians' and William Faulkner's The Sound and the Fury." The Hemingway Review 20.2 (Spring 2001): 103-106.
Chatman, Seymour. "`Soft Filters': Some Sunshine on `Cat in the Rain.'" Narrative 9.2 (2001): 217-222. [Discusses point of view.]
Chethik, Neil. Fatherloss: How Sons of All Ages Come to Terms With the Deaths of Their Dads. New York: Hyperion, 2001. [Chapter on EH.]
Corn, David and Gus Russo. "The Old Man and the CIA: A Kennedy Plot to Kill Castro? The Papa Plot: New Evidence Suggests That John and Robert Kennedy Approved of A Bizarre Scheme To Terminate Fidel Castro at Ernest Hemingway's Cuban Farm." The Nation 272.12 (2001): 15+. ["Jack and Bobby discussed and apparently sanctioned the development of a possible assassination attempt against Fidel Castro during a 1962 meeting in the Oval Office. And--in a weirder-than-fiction twist--the scheme they considered involved Ernest Hemingway's farm outside Havana."]
Cortanze, Gerard de. "Hemingway: Chronologie." Magazine Litteraire 377 (1999): 18-22.
Criswell, Jeanne Sallade. Cliffs Notes: Hemingway's The Old Man and the Sea. Foster City, CA: IDG Books Worldwide, 2001. [ISBN: 0764586602.]
Crom, Nathalie. "La Legende Hemingway." LaCroix 24 June 1999: 11.
Cromie, Jenny. Ed. Short Story Criticism: Criticism of the Works of Short Fiction Writers. Volume 40. Detroit: Gale Group, 2000. [Includes "A Clean, Well-Lighted Place."]
Crowe, David. "Dialogical Play in Hemingway's A Farewell to Arms." Nordlit: Arbeidstidsskrift i Litteratur 8 (2000): 115-130. [Ref. to theories of Bakhtin.]
Crunden, Robert Morse. Body & Soul: The Making of American Modernism. New York: Basic Books, 2000. [Discussion of Gertrude Stein and Sherwood Anderson's influence; ISBN: 0465014844.]
Davis, R. M. Rev. of Hemingway: The Final Years by Michael Reynolds. World Literature Today 74.2 (2000): 375-376.
DeFazio, Albert J. III. "Current Bibliography--Annotated." The Hemingway Review 20.2 (Spring 2001): 118-27.
Dempsey, George. "A Meeting in Sloppy Joe's Bar." Sunday Independent [Dublin, Ireland]. 3 June 2001: 25L. [Rev. of Beautiful Exile: The Life of Martha Gellhorn by Carl Rollyson; favorable.]
Desnoyers, Megan. "News from the Hemingway Collection." The Hemingway Review 20.2 (Spring 2001): 131-132.
Dodge Robbins, Dorothy Ellin. "Four Moderns and Gender." Diss. U of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2000. DAI 61 (2000): 05A ["Hemingway's `The Last Good Country' and `The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber' offer contrasting depictions of gender-switching couples. In the first story, Littless and Nick develop strengths associated with the opposite gender, while in the second, the Macombers become destructive stereotypes of the masculine wife and her effeminate husband."]
Dragoniu, Dana. "Hemingway's Debt to Stendhal's Armance in The Sun Also Rises. Modern Fiction Studies 46.4 (2000): 868-892.
Dupuy, Pierre. Hemingway et l'Espagne. Tournai: Renaissance du livre, 2001. [In French; ref. EH and Spain; ISBN: 2804604691.]
Eby Carl P. Rev. of Reading Desire: In Pursuit of Ernest Hemingway by Debra Moddlemog. American Literature 73.1 (2001):202-203.
Elkins, Marilyn. "The Fashion of Machismo." A Historical Guide to Ernest Hemingway. Ed. Linda Wagner-Martin. New York: Oxford UP, 2000. 93-115. [Reads EH's fashion choices as "relevant to his textual discourse about clothing."]
The Ernest Hemingway Audio Collection. New York: Harper Collins, 2001. [Disc 1, "The Snows of Kilmanjaro" (47:34). Discs 2-3, The Old Man and the Sea (143:19). Disc 1-3 read by Charlton Heston. Disc 4, "Ernest Hemingway Reads" ("The Nobel Prize acceptance speech," "Second poem to Mary," "In Harry's Bar in Venice," The Fifth Column, "Work in Progress," "Saturday Night at the Whorehouse in Billings, Montana" [45:15]); ISBN: 0694524980]
Fjellestad, Danuta. Eros, Logos, and (Fictional) Masculinity. Uppsala [Sweden]: 1998. [ISBN: 0562-2719; Chapter 4 "Sexual/Textual Politics in The Sun Also Rises."]
Freedman M. "Disparaging Hemingway." Virginia Quarterly Review 77.1 (2001): 76-82. [Commendatory assessment.]
Gambaro, Fabio. "Souvenirs de Guerre et de Jeunesse." Magazine Litteraire 377 (1999): 23-25.
Grandidier, Victor. Rev. of Hemingway on Fishing ed. by Nick Lyons. The Hemingway Review 20.2 (Spring 2001): 112-113.
Griffin, Peter. "A Foul Mood, A Dirty Joke: Hemingway's `Cat in the Rain." The Hemingway Review 20.2 (Spring 2001): 99-102.
Guerrazzi, Vincenzo. "Alle foci del Po con Pavese, Morselli ed Hemingway." Forum Italicum 33.1 (1999): 273-280.
Harringtton, Gary. "Partial Articulation: Word Play in A Farewell to Arms." The Hemingway Review 20.2 (Spring 2001): 59-75.
Hays, Peter L. "Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises and James's The Ambassadors." The Hemingway Review 20.2 (Spring 2001): 90-98.
Hemingway, Ernest. "After the Storm." Santa Monica [CA]: Trimark Home Video, 2000. [1 videocassette featuring Hotchner's screenplay.]
--. A Farewell to Arms. Los Angeles [CA]: Laserlight DVD, 2000. [Director Frank Borzage's film on DVD.]
--. The Old Man and the Sea. Burbank [CA]: Warner Home Video, 2000 1958. [DVD format.]
--. True at First Light. Hampton [NH]: Chivers North America, 2001. [Read by Brian Dennehy; 8 sound cassettes (ca. 11 hrs.); ISBN: 079272464X.]
Hemingway, Hilary and Jeffry P. Lindsay. A la chasse avec Hemingway. Trans. Edmonde Blanc. [Paris]: Plon, 2000. [French translation of Hunting with Hemingway.]
Henschel, Sandi. "Hemingway and Generation X: Making Yesterday's Literature Relevant to Today's Students." English Record 51.1 (2000): 48-56.
Hidri, Hysen. Konjak ne korridor: tregime boterore. Tirane: Shtepia Botuese "Globus R", 2000. [In Albanian; ISBN 9992766042.]
Holbling, W. "Ernest Hemingway, the Man, the Writer, the Work." AAA: Arbeiten Aus Anglistik Und Amerikanistik 25.2 (2000): 262. [In German.]
Holder, Victoria. Ed. Inside Out, Outside In: Exploring American Literature. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2001. [Includes "Hills Like White Elephants."]
Horwell, Veronica. "Devious Diva." Guardian Weekly 24-30 May 2001: 16. [Rev. of Beautiful Exile: The Life of Martha Gellhorn by Carl Rollyson; unfavorable.]
Hurley, C. Harold. "`But Bryant? What of Bryant in Bryan?': The Religious Implications of the Allusion to `A Forest Hymn' in The Sun Also Rises." The Hemingway Review 20.2 (Spring 2001): 76-89.
Iakimchuk, Nikolai. Kheminguei Selingzher, Bekket: tri tovarishcha. Sankt-Peterburg: Krasnyi matros, 2001, [In Russian; ISBN: 5891080575; Ref. EH, Salinger, Beckett.]
Ivens, Joris. The Spanish Earth and The 400 Million. Sherman Oaks [CA]: SlingShot Entertainment, 2000 1937. [1 videodisc (ca. 108 min.); ISBN: 1584480866.]
Jordan, Edwina. "Early 20th Century Writers In Africa." English Record 50.3 (2000): 54-58.
Kostyrko S. "Hemingway and his Women." Novyi Mir 4 (2001): 211-212. [In Russian, rev. of Hemingway Ego Zhensh by B. Gilenson.]
Lajoie, Bernard et al. Hemingway: A Portrait. Santa Monica [CA]: Direct Cinema Ltd., 2000 1999. [19 min. VHS; ISBN: 1559746459.]
Lane, Steven. Rev. of Modernism and Tradition in Hemingway's In Our Time: A Guide for Students and Readers by Matthew Stewart. The Hemingway Review 20.2 (Spring 2001): 110-112.
Larson, Kelli A. "Bibliographical Essay: Lies, Damned Lies, and Heming-way Criticism." A Historical Guide to Ernest Hemingway. Ed. Linda Wagner-Martin. New York: Oxford UP, 2000. 213-234. [Succinct overview that assesses EH's canon and includes a checklist of important works.]
Larsson, Ulf. Ed. Cultures of Creativity: The Centennial Exhibition of The Nobel Prize. Canton [MA]: Science History Publications, 2001. [Ref. to EH; ISBN: 0881352888.]
Leads, B. H. Rev. of Fitzgerald, Hemingway, and the Twenties by Ronald Berman. Choice 38.11-12 (2001): 1956.
Leonard, J. "Poor Papa." New York Review of Books 47.11 (2000): 67-68. [letter.]
Lewis, Jon E. The Mammoth Book of War Correspondents. New York: Carroll & Graf Publishers, Inc., 2001. [Includes EH and Martha Gellhorn.]
Lindsay, Creighton. "Hemingway's Nexus of Pastoral and Tragedy." CLA Journal 43.4 (2000): 454-478. [Genre study.]
Lisca, Peter. "Steinbeck and Hemingway: Suggestions for a Comparative Study." The Critical Response to John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath. Ed. Barbara A. Heavilin. Westport [CT]: Greenwood, 2000. 87-94. [Reprint of 1969 article.]
Lopez, Nilo C. The Key West Hemingway Loved and the Key West of 1998. New York: Vantage Press, 2000. [ISBN: 0533131421.]
Lunden, Rolf. "Reception, Influence, and Imitation: Resonances of American Authors in Swedish Literature." Swedish-American Historical Quarterly 50.3 (1999): 182-196.
Lynch, Sonja Froiland. "Perceptions of Life: American Literary Impressionism in the Works of Stephen Crane, Kate Chopin, Henry James, and Ernest Hemingway." Diss. Indiana U., 1999. DAI 61 (1999): 02A.
Manley, Will. "The Manley Arts." Booklist 97.15 (2001): 1431+. [Backbiting among the literary folk.]
Martin, Douglas. "Jack Hemingway dies at 77; embraced father's legacy." The New York Times 3 Dec. 2000: 60(N), 61(L). [Obit.]
Martin, Lawrence H. "Ernest Hemingway, Gulf Stream Marine Scientist: The 1934-35 Academy of Natural Sciences Correspondence." The Hemingway Review 20.2 (Spring 2001): 5-15.
Mascuch, Peter. "Ernest Hemingway." The Columbia Companion to the Twentieth-Century American Short Story. Ed. Blanche H. Gelfant. New York: Columbia University Press, 2000. [ISBN: 0231110987; includes chapters on EH and FSF; focuses on EH's stylistic innovations and IOT with reference to the marriage tales, refreshingly adds "Hemingway is decidedly not a defender of male opinion or conduct."]
McCarthy, Todd. Howard Hawks: The Grey Fox of Hollywood. New York: Grove Press, 2000 1997. [1st pbk. edition; includes "Tough Guys: Hughes, Hecht, Hays," and "Slim, Hemingway, and An Outlaw."]
McFarland, Ron. "Hemingway and the Poets." The Hemingway Review 20.2 (Spring 2001): 37-58.
Meredith, James. Rev. of Hemingway vs. Fitzgerald by Scott Donaldson. The Hemingway Review 20.2 (Spring 2001): 107-109.
Nageswara Rao, E. Ernest Hemingway: Centennial Essays. Delhi: Pencraft International, 2000. [ISBN: 8185753369.]
Nanny, Max. "Formal Allusions to Visual Ideas and Visual Art in Hemingway's Work." European Journal of English Studies 4.1 (2000): 66-82. [Examines chiastic ordering as allusions to visual ideas.]
Nesmith, Chris L. "`The Law of an Ancient God' and the Editing of Hemingway's The Garden of Eden: The Final Corrected Typescript and Galleys." The Hemingway Review 20.2 (Spring 2001): 16-36.
Newbury, Michael. "Celebrity Watching." American Literary History 12.1-2 (2000): 272-283. [Detailed review article of three works on "celebrity culture" including Hemingway and His Conspirators: Hollywood, Scribners, and the Making of American Celebrity Culture by Leonard Leff.]
Nissen, Axel. "Outing Jake Barnes: The Sun Also Rises and the Gay World." American Studies in Scandinavia 31.2 (1999): 42-57.
Noetinger, Elise. L'Imaginaire de la blessure: Etude 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: Rodopi, 2000.
Ott, Bill and Brad Hooper. Rev. of Hemingway's Key West by Stuart McIver. Booklist 97.17 (2001): 1602.
Patruno, Franco. "L'insoddisfazione della gloria umana." OR Domenica 2-3 July 2001: 6.
Paul, Steve. "`Storm' Warning: Botched Hemingway Ahead: Adapted Script Muddles His Overlooked Story." The Kansas City Star 20 March 2001: E4. [Unfavorable review of Hotchner's "After the Storm" screenplay.]
Peterson, Martin L. "John Hemingway: 1923-2000." The Hemingway Review 20.2 (Spring 2001): v-ix.
Pivano, Fernando. Dopo Hemingway: libri, arte ed emozioni d'America. Napoli: T. Pironti, 2000. [Biographical; in Italian; ISBN: 8879372254.]
Raabe, David M. "Hemingway's Anatomical Metonymies." Journal of Modern Literature 23.1 (1999): 159-163.
Reynolds, Michael. "Ernest Hemingway, 1899-1961: A Brief Biography." A Historical Guide to Ernest Hemingway. Ed. Linda Wagner-Martin. New York: Oxford UP, 2000. 15-50. [Includes new information about sub-hunting and EH's fear of federal agents.]
Rogers, Michael. "U. South Carolina Gets Papa's Papers." Library Journal 126.4 (2001): 24. [Library acquires papers of Maurice Speiser, EH's attorney until the late 40s.]
Sanford, John E. "Memories of John Hemingway." The Hemingway Review 20.2 (Spring 2001): xi-xiii.
Santraud, J.M. "In another country: Travels with Ernest Hemingway." Etudes Anglaises 53.3 (2000): 369.
Saxon, Wolfgang." Kenneth S. Lynn, 78, biographer of Hemingway and Chaplin." The New York Times 3 July 2001: A17(N); A15(L). [Obituary.]
Schwarz J. A. "`The-saloon-must-go,-and-I-will-take-it-with-me': American Prohibition, Nationalism, and Expatriation in The Sun Also Rises." Studies in the Novel 33.2 (2001): 180-201.
Sikorski, Grace. "Replacing Monosexual Epistemologies: Representing Bisexuality in Twentieth Century American Narratives." Diss. Pennsylvania State U, 2000. DAI 61 (2000): 04A. [Ref. GOE.]
Slusser, George. "Pocket Apocalypse: American Survivalist Fictions from Walden to The Incredible Shrinking Man." Imagining Apocalypse: Studies in Cultural Crisis. Ed. Davis Seed. New York: Macmillan, 2000. 118-135.
Smith, Jennifer. Ed. Short Stories for Students. Volume 11: Presenting Analysis, Context, and Criticism on Commonly Studied Short Stories. Detroit: Gale Group, 2001. [Includes "The Snows of Kilimanjaro"; ISBN: 0787642630.]
Sollers P. "Hemingway: The Writer, Women and Death." Infini 72 (2000): 16-19. [In French.]
Stewart, Matthew C. "The Measure of What You Bring: Three Recent Works on Hemingway." College Literature 28.1 (2001): 190+. [Rev. of Beyond the Heroic "I": Reading Lawrence, Hemingway, and "Masculinity" by Stephen P. Clifford; Hemingway's Fetishism: Psychoanalysis and the Mirror of Manhood by Carl P. Eby; Hemingway and His Conspirators: Hollywood, Scribners, and the Making of American Celebrity Culture by Leonard J. Leff.]
--. "Ernest Hemingway and World War I: Combating Recent Psychobiographical Reassessments, Restoring the War." Papers on Language & Literature 36.2 (2000): 198-217. [Contra claims by Kenneth S. Lynn and Frederick Crews, argues for the importance of World War I in EH's life and work.]
Stoneback, H.R. "A Dark Ill-Lighted Place: Fitzgerald and Hemingway, Philippe Count of Darkness and Philip Counter-Espionage Agent." F. Scott Fitzgerald: New Perspectives. Eds. Jackson R. Bryer and Ruth Prigozy. Athens: U of Georgia P., 2000. 231-49. [Examines the intertextuality between narratives of Philippe and Philip; considers biographical significance.]
Strong, Amy Lovell. "Complicated Blood: Racial Thematics in Hemingway's Fiction." Diss. U of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 2000. DAI 61 (2000): 04A. ["My study offers a revisionist reading of Hemingway's work that explores how he negotiates issues of race and racial difference as defining elements of American identity."]
Svoboda, Frederic J. "The Great Themes in Hemingway: Love, War, Wilderness, and Loss." A Historical Guide to Ernest Hemingway. Ed. Linda Wagner-Martin. New York: Oxford UP, 2000. 155-172. [Suggests that "loss" may be the most important theme.]
Tamayo, Guido Leonardo. Ed. Cuentos de Soledad. Santa Fe de Bogota, Colombia: Panamericana Editorial, 2000. ["A Clean, Well-Lighted Place"; In Spanish; ISBN: 9583007323.]
The Speiser and Easterling-Hallman Foundation Collection of Ernest Hemingway. [Columbia, S.C.]: Thomas Cooper Library, University of South Carolina, 2001. [Keepsake: "This keepsake is issued for guests at receptions recognizing the collection's donors at Thomas Cooper Library on Wednesday, January 31, 2001, and-in New York City on Thursday, February l, 2001. Three hundred copies have been printed."]
Traber, Daniel S. "Whiteness and the Rejected Other in The Sun Also Rises." Studies in American Fiction 28.2 (2000): 235-253. [Notes Jakes rejection of Jews and homosexuals.]
Underwood, Lamar. Ed. The Greatest Hunting Stories Ever Told. New York: Lyons, 2000. [Includes "Remembering Shooting-Flying: A Key West Letter"; ISBN: 1585741418.]
--. Ed. The Greatest War Stories Ever Told. Guilford [CT]: Lyons, 2001. [Includes "The Fight at the Bridge."]
Wagner-Martin, Linda. Ed. and introd. A Historical Guide to Ernest Hemingway. New York: Oxford UP, 2000.
--. "The Intertextual Hemingway." A Historical Guide to Ernest Hemingway. Ed. Linda Wagner-Martin. New York: Oxford UP, 2000. 173-194.
Weinstein, Arnold L. Classics of American Literature. Part V. Springfield [VA]: The Teaching Co., 2001. [3 videocassettes; 1 study guide (46 pp.); 12 lectures on FSF and EH.]
--. Classics of American Literature. Springfield [VA]: The Teaching Co., 2001. [42 sound discs; 84 lectures on Irving, Poe, Thoreau, Hemingway, and Faulkner and others.]
Special thanks to Gerry Brenner, Steve Paul, Maurizio Di Giacomo, and Chris Sabbatini.
ALBERT J. DEFAZIO III George Mason University
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