Current Bibliography: Annotated
DeFazio, Albert J.,, III, Gregg, Patrick, The Hemingway Review
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Axelrod, Mark. Borges' Travel, Hemingway's Garage. Chicago: Northwestern UP, 2004.
Baker, John. "Edward Hemingway, a grandson of Ernest, is coauthor of a book called Literary Libations: A Bartending Guide to Great American Writers, an illustrated account of the relationship between writers and the bottle--his grandfather doubtless among the subjects." Publishers Weekly 251.39 (27 September 2004): 12.
Banks, Russell. "'H&I' PEN/Hemingway Prize Speech Presented at the John F. Kennedy Library, 4 April 2004" The Hemingway Review 24.1 (Fall 2004): 53-60. [Banks remarks on Hemingway's influence and allure.]
Bittner, John. "The Lost Literary Underpinnings of Richard Attenborough's Film In Love and War: The Hemingway Funeral Scene." The North Dakota Quarterly 70.4 (2003): 40-62.
Brand, Anthony. "'Far from Simple': The Published Photographs in Death in the Afternoon." A Companion to Ernest Hemingway's Death in the Afternoon. Ed. Miriam Mandel. Rochester [NY]: Camden House, 2004.165-188.
--. "Deleted 'Flashes': The Unpublished Photographs of Death in the Afternoon." A Companion to Ernest Hemingway's Death in the Afternoon. Ed. Miriam Mandel. Rochester [NY]: Camden House, 2004. 189-204.
Bredendick, Nancy. "'Que tal, hombre, que tal?': How Paratexts Narrow the Gap Between Reader and Text in Death in the Afternoon. A Companion to Ernest Hemingway's Death in the Afternoon. Ed. Miriam Mandel. Rochester [NY]: Camden House, 2004. 205-236.
--. "The Dynamics of Decadence in Death in the Afternoon." Studies in Liminality and Literature 4 (2004): 99-114.
Broer, Lawrence and Gloria Holland. Hemingway and Women: Female Critics and the Female Voice. Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 2004. [Paperback reprint of the hardcover edition, published in 2002.]
Chaikivsky, Andrew. "The Esquire Timeline. A News Ticker of the History of a Great American Magazine, from Hemingway and Fitzgerald to Mailer and Calley and Michael J. Fox's Stint as an Intern." Esquire 140.4 (2003): 94-100.
Clark, Miriam Marty. "Hemingway's Early Illness Narratives and the Lyric Dimensions of 'Now I Lay Me.'" Narrative 12.2 (May 2004): 167-177.
Cole, Diane. Rev. of Borges' Travel, Hemingway's Garage, by Mark Axelrod. New York Times Book Review 15 August 2004: 13.
Courtauld, Simon. Letter. Spectator [UK] 296.9190 (25 September 2004): 35. Corrects Tristan Garel-Jones's claim, during his tribute to Carmen Ordonez, that EH used Antonio Ordonez as the inspiration for Death in the Afternoon.]
Cowell, Man. "Hemingway Bullfight Tale From 1924 Turns Up." New York Times 27 September 2004, late ed.: A1. [Discusses Donald Stewart's recent discovery of a purportedly unknown EH story, "My Life in the Bull Ring With Donald Ogden Stewart;' in his father's papers.]
Davison, Richard. "Hemingway and the Theater." The North Dakota Quarterly 70.4 (2003): 166-177.
DeFazio, Albert J. III and Patrick Gregg. "Current Bibliography: Annotated." The Hemingway Review 24.1 (Fall 2004): 122-126.
Dell'Orto, Giovanna. "Memory and Imagination are the Great Deterrent': Martha Gellhorn at War as Correspondent and Literary Author." Journal of American Culture 27.3 (September 2004): 303-314. [Argues that Martha Gellhorn was more than just a reporter: she was a literary journalist.]
Demas, Corinne. Ed. Great American Short Stories: From Hawthorne to Hemingway. New York: Barnes & Noble Books, 2004.
Densley, Kevin. "Great Literary Fistfights of the Twentieth Century: Wallace Stevens vs. Ernest Hemingway, Key West, Florida, 1936. …