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Current Bibliography: Annotated


Defazio, Albert J.,, III, The Hemingway Review


[HEMINGWAY REVIEW bibliographer Al DeFazio welcomes your assistance in keeping this feature up-w-date. Please send reprints, clippings, and photocopies of articles, as well as notices of new books, directly to him at 1837 Satinwood Court, Vienna, VA 22182. E-mail: bibliographer@hemingwaysociety.org.]

"ADA Reporting--Research Foundation Volunteer Hilary Hemingway. Association Launches Native American Initiative. Tour de Cure Raises USD 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 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.

Azevedo, Milton M. "Shadows of a Literary Dialect: For Whom the Bell Tolls 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 0817310576.]

Bloom, Harold. Ernest Hemingway. Broomall [PA]: Chelsea House, 2000. [Anthology of critical excerpts about AFTA, SAR, and OMATS; ISBN 0791052591; 0791051218]

Boyd, W. Rev. of True at First Light by Ernest Hemingway. TLS 2 July 1999: 10.

Brenner, Gerry. "Enough of a Bad Gamble: Correcting the Misinformation 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." CEA 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. …

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