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


--. "Hemingway's Search for Identity--from The Sun Also Rises, A Farewell to Arms, and For Whom the Bell Tolls, to The Garden of Eden." West Bengal: A West Bengal Government English Fortnightly 41.23 (1999): 157+.

Neel, Hildy Coleman. "The War Monument in `Cat in the Rain': Then and Now." The Hemingway Review 19.2 (Spring 2000): 102-04.

Nissen, A. "Outing Jake Barnes: The Sun Also Rises and the Gay World." American Studies in Scandinavia 31.2 (1999): 42C57.

Oliver, Charles. Ed. The Hemingway Newsletter 40 (2000). [News, notes, and conference announcements.]

Oxenham, Robert M. "Hemingway's Cats." Cat Fancy 43.6 (2000): 26. [Cats in Key West.]

Palin, Michael. Michael Palin's Hemingway Adventure. New York: St. Martin's, 1999. [Assembled from notes and diaries kept during the filming of the television series; superb photographs; revisits the major places in EH's life.]

Paul, Ajanta. "Hemingway's Short Fiction and the Problematics of Peregrination." Journal of the Department of English: Hemingway Centennial Tribute [Rabindra Bharati University, Calcutta, India] 5 (1998-99): 120-25.

Pazos, Jose Gabriel Rodriguez. "La recreacion artistica de Pamplona en Fiesta. The Sun Also Rises." Principe de Viana 61. 219 (2000): 223-83. [Explains EH's recreation of Pamplona based on his own experiences of 1924-24; more than 40 photos.]

Plotkin, Stephen. "News from the Hemingway Collection." The Hemingway Review 19.2 (Spring 2000):154-55.

Prasad, Murari. "The Sea as Symbol in The Old Man and the Sea." Journal of the Department of English: Hemingway Centennial Tribute [Rabindra Bharati University, Calcutta, India] 5 (1998-99): 184-93.

Raabe, David. "Hemingway's Anatomical Metonymies." Journal of Modern Literature 23.1 (1999): 159-64.

Raeburn, John. Rev. of Picturing Hemingway: A Writer in His Time by Frederick Voss. The Hemingway Review 19.2 (Spring 2000): 131-33.

Rao, E. Nageswara. "Noah's Ark: The Hemingway Menagerie." Journal of the Department of English: Hemingway Centennial Tribute [Rabindra Bharati University, Calcutta, India] 5 (1998-99): 74-82.

Ray, Mohit K. "The Old Man and the Sea: An Archetypal Perspective." West Bengal: A West Bengal Government English Fortnightly 41.23 (1999): 71+.

Reynolds, Michael. Ernest Hemingway. Detroit: Gale, 2000. [Discusses EH's works, periods, reflections upon himself as writer, methods of teaching his works, and includes resources and study questions.]

Rev. Of Ernest Hemingway A to Z: The Essential Reference to the Life and Work by Charles Oliver. Booklist (15 Oct. 1999): 474. [Favorable.]

Rev. of Hemingway: The Final Years by Michael Reynolds. Publishers Weekly (14 June 1999): 59.

Rev. of Hemingway: The Final Years by Michael Reynolds. The London Review of Books 21.17 (1999): 17.

Rev. of Hemingway vs. Fitzgerald: The Rise and Fall of a Literary Friendship by Scott Donaldson. Publishers Weekly (25 Oct. 1999): 66. [Likes By Force of Will and Fool for Love better.]

Rev. of True at First Light by Ernest Hemingway. Publishers Weekly (10 May 1999): 53. ["More a curiosity than a major contribution to his oeuvre...."]

Robinson, Daniel. "'We Didn't Come Here to Talk about Sunsets, Kiddo': "Pauline Snow" and the Apprenticeship of Ernest Hemingway." The Hemingway Review 19.2 (Spring 2000): 88-101.

Rogers, Michael. Rev. of Bullfighting, Sport & Industry by Ernest Hemingway. Library Journal (15 June 1999): 113. ["New publisher Meeker offered this reprint of Senor Papa's expose on bullfighting, which first appeared in Fortune magazine in 1930. This slim volume presents for the first time the full text of that report."]

--. Rev. of Ernest Hemingway A to Z by Charles M. Oliver. Library Journal 124.8 (1999): 79. [Favorable.]

--. Rev. of True at First Light by Ernest Hemingway [sound recording]. …

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