Academic journal article The Hemingway Review

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Academic journal article The Hemingway Review

Current Bibliography: Annotated

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

"Polydactyl Paradise." Cats Magazine. 54.7 0998): 18 +. [Cats in Key West.]

Alosbanos, Edgar Andus. "Eden and Nada: Disaster and Delight in the Manuscript of Ernest Hemingway's The Garden of Eden." Diss. Arizona State U, 1996. DAI57 0997): 9A.

Anon. "Dr. Pearson's Insights Valuable Addition to Literary Scholarship." Providence (Winter 1998): 31-32. [A preamble to a reprinting of Roger L. Pearson's "Ernest Hemingway and Sir William Osier."]

--. Rev. of Hemingway and His Conspirators: Hollywood, Scribners, and the Making of American Celebrity Culture by Leonard J. Left. Publishers Weekly 244.38 (1997): 60-61.

--. "Corrections." New York Times Ondisk. Umi-Nexis. 1997. 14 Nov. 1997: A, 2:6. [Corrects 5 Nov. story about John Hemingway's reading of EH's work.]

--. [Paid Notice: Memorial for Carolyn Atlas Sosler.] New York Times Ondisk. Umi-Nexis. 1997. 1 sep. 1997,: B, 6:3. ["`The world breaks everyone and afterward many are strong at the broken places. But those that will not break it kills. It kills the very good and the very gentle and the very brave.' Hemingway: You are always with us. Pop, Neil, Andree."]

Aparicio, Carlos Hugo. "American Literature in My Life as a Writer." ANQ 10.2 (1997): 11-13. [Identifies EH as strong influence on Argentine writers.]

Baker, Carlos. "The Boy and the Lions." Section III of chapter XII, "The Ancient Mariner" in Hemingway: The Writer as Artist, 3rd edition. Rpt. in Modern Critical Interpretations: The Old Man and the Sea. Ed. Harold Bloom. Philadelphia: Chelsea House P, 1999. 7-12.

Beegel, Susan F. "Second Growth: The Ecology of Loss in `Fathers and Sons.'" New Essays on Hemingway's Short Fiction. Ed. Paul Smith. New York: Cambridge UP, 1998.75-110.

--. Editorial. "The Journal in the Jungle: The Hemingway Review and the Contemporary Academy." The Hemingway Review 17.2 (1998):5-17.

--. "Letter." The Hemingway Review 17.2 (1998):149-50. [Announces the passing of John Fulton, member of Hemingway Review's International Advisory Committee.]

--. "On Editing Hemingway Badly or Not at All: Cautionary Reflections." Documentary Editing 20.2 (1998):29-34. [Why scholarly editions are not forthcoming; and the travails of editing "A Lack of Passion."]

Bender, Bert. "Sexual Selection in The Sun Also Rises" The Descent of Love: Darwin and the Theory of Sexual Selection in American Fiction, 1871-1926. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1996. [Examines Darwin's theory of sexual selection using the rivalries in SAR to illustrate.]

Belzer, S. A. "Savoring Soup of Hemingway Country." New York Times Ondisk. Umi-Nexis. 1997. 17 Dec. 1997: F, 13:1. [On the carving "E. Hemingway 1923" and the famous soup of the Hostal Burguete.]

Bloom, Harold, ed. Introduction. Modern Critical Interpretations: The Old Man and the Sea. Philadelphia: Chelsea House P, 1999.1-3. [Reprints 18 articles, most of which have been reprinted previously.]

Blume, Mary. "Martha Gellhorn: A Life of Wit and Rage." International Herald Tribune 19 Feb. 1998: [n.p. available]; [An appreciation.]

Blumenthal, Ralph. "A New Book By Hemingway: Blend of Life and Fiction Tells of African Bride. New York Times Ondisk. Umi-Nexis. 1997.24 Aug. 1998: E, 1:1. [EH's African journal to be published as True at First Light, edited by son Patrick.]

Bond, Adrian. "The Way it Wasn't in Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises." Journal of Narrative Technique 28.1 (1998):56-74.

Bredendick, Nancy. "Toros Celebres: Its Meaning in Death in the Afternoon." The Hemingway Review 17.2 (1998):64-77.

Brenk, Mary Alice Sherwood. …

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