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[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. Rev. ed. Lincolnwood, IL: NTC Business, 2000. [ISBN: 0809227975.]

Cohen, Milton A. "Soldiers' Voices in In Our Time: Hemingway's Ventriloquism?" The Hemingway Review 20.1 (Fall 2000): 22-29.

Conrad, Winston. Hemingway's France: Images of the Lost Generation. Emeryville [CA]: Woodford P, 2000. [ISBN: 0942627628.]

Crane, John Kenny. "Literary Machismo: Steinbeck, Faulkner, and Hemingway." Steinbeck Newsletter 6.1 (1993): 1-5.

Criswell, Jeanne. Cliffs Notes, Hemingway's The Old Man and the Sea. Lincoln [NE]: Cliffs Notes, 2000. [ISBN:0764586602]

Cromie, Jenny. Short Story Criticism: Excerpts from Criticism of the Work of Short Fiction Writers. Detroit: Gale Group, 1999. [ISBN: 0787632767; includes "Hemingway: A Clean, Well-Lighted Place."]

Crowley, John W. (introd.) "Ernest Hemingway." Syracuse University Library Associates Courier 31 (1996): 33-50.

Crunden, Robert Morse. Body & Soul: The Making of American Modernism: Art, Music and Letters of the Jazz Age, 1919-1926. New York: Basic, 2000. [Includes a chapter on Gertrude Stein/Sherwood Anderson/Ernest Hemingway; ISBN: 0465014844.]

Davis, R.M. Rev. of True at First Light: A Fictional Memoir by Ernest Hemingway. World Literature Today 74.2 (2000): 364-365.

DeFazio, Albert J. III. "Biblio-Files: Notions from A Decade of Annotation." The Hemingway Review 20.1 (Fall 2000): 97-103.

--. "Current Bibliography: Annotated." The Hemingway Review 20.1 Fall 2000): 121-133.

Delbanco, Nicholas. "Strange Type." Five Points: a Journal of Literature & Art. 4.3 (2000): 19-34.

Dillon-Malone, Aubrey. Hemingway. London: Robson Books, Ltd., 2000. [ISBN: 1861052901]

Edel, Leon. "Searching for Sylvia Beach." The Yale Review 88.2 (2000): 107-16. [Recalls his attempt to locate Beach in 1944 and their earlier friendship in the 1920s; ref. to EH.]

Esquiff, Sophia Ann. "Medical Education: The Role of Reading Imaginative Literature in the Formation of the Physician." Diss. U of Houston, 1999. DAI 60 (1999): 05A. [Determines that close reading skills are transferable to medical practice; ref. Hemingway's short stories.]

Ferrell, William K. Literature and Film as Modern Mythology. Westport [CT].: Praeger, 2000. [Includes "Finding Morality in a Bullring--The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway"; ISBN: 0275967573.]

Fuentes, Norberto. Ernest Hemingway Rediscovered. New York: Barron's, 2000. [ISBN: 0764116460; trans, of Ernest Hemingway retrouve from the French by Marianne Sinclair.]

Gordimer, Nadine. "Hemingway's Expatriates: In the United States, the best-known African writer is still Ernest Hemingway, the scrupulous stylist who brawled, shot, and--it now appears--shagged his way across, East Africa. At once inspired and repulsed by the man and his methods, Nadine Gordimer dissects the expatriate personality." Transition 80 (2000): 86.

Greenberg, M. Rev. of Hemingway: The Final Years by Michael Reynolds. TLS 11 July 1999: 11-12.

Grimes, Larry E. Rev. of Hemingway and the Natural World ed. by Robert Fleming. The Hemingway Review 20.1 (Fall 2000): 104-08.

Grote, Gerald. Lexikon der prominenten Selbstmorder: mehr als 300 dramatische Lebenslaufe: Sokrates und Hemingway, Kurt Cobain und Rex Gildo, Ulrich Wildgruber und Stefan Zweig. Berlin: Lexikon Imprint, 2000. [ISBN: 3896022652.]

Hammersten, Paul D. Asante Papa! Chatham [MA]: Write Time, 2000. [Collector's ed. Limited to 500 copies.]

Helstern, Linda Lizut. "Indians, Woodcraft, and the Construction of White Masculinity: The Boyhood of Nick Adams" The Hemingway Review 20.1 (Fall 2000): 61-78.

Hemingway, Ernest. To Have and Have Not. Burbank [CA]: Warner Home Video, 2000, 1945. [VHS, part of the Humphrey Bogart collection; ISBN: 0790743515.]

--. A Moveable Feast. London: Vintage, 2000. [ISBN: 0099285045.]

--. The Snows of Kilimanjaro. Independence [MO]: distributed by Englewood Entertainment, 2000, 1952. [VHS; Vol, 10 of Hollywood Gold series,]

--. The Snows of Klimanjaro. Toronto, Ontario: [audiovisual] Canada, 2000. [A "described version" of the 1952 Zanuck film; 1 videocassette (115 min.) ISBN: 0778951006; includes Braille title labels affixed to container.]

Hemingway, Hilary and Jeffrey P. Lindsay. Hunting with Hemingway. New York: Putnam, 2000. [ISBN: 1573221597].

Hermann, Thomas. "Aufzeichnungen eines Jaegers." Neue Buercher Zeitung 24-25 July 1999: 55. [Rev. of True at First Light.]

--. "Metamorphosen zwischen Leen und Kunst." Neue Buercher Zeitung. 17/18 July 1999:71.

Hicks, Brian. "USC Gets Hemingway Collection: Papa's Papers Complement Fitzgerald's." The Post and Courier 20 Feb. 2001: 1, 9. [Maurice Speiser's collection gets to USC via Matthew Bruccoli.]

Hily-Mane, G. Rev. of Hemingway: Portrait of the Artist as Wounded Warrior by J. Charyn. Quinzaine Litteraire 761 (15 May 1999): 12.

--. Rev. of Complete Short Stories by Ernest Hemingway. Quinzaine Litteraire 761 (15 May 1999): 12.

Hotchner, A.E. Ernest Hemingway's "After the Storm": The Story, Plus the Screenplay & a Commentary. New York: Carroll & Graf, 2001. [ISBN 0786708379.]

Karbo, Karen. Rev. of Michael Paling Hemingway Adventure by Michael Palin. The New York Times Book Review 105.23 (June 4 2000): 6. [Unfavorable.]

Karson, Joe. Dining with Hitler and Hemingway. [Fairbanks, AK]: Plumb Bob P, 2000. [ISBN: 0967857201]

Lechowska, Teresa and Zofia Zinserling, trans. To co prawdziwe o swicie. Warszawa: MUZA SA, 2000. [Polish translation of True at First Light; ISBN: 8372006008]

Leeds, B.H. Rev. of Hemingway: The Final Years by Michael Reynolds. Choice 37.7 (2000): 1302.

Leland, J. Rev. of Hemingway Goes to War by Charles Whiting. Journal of Military History 64.1 (2000): 247-248.

Lindsay, Creighton. "Hemingway's Nexus of Pastoral and Tragedy." CLA Journal 43.4 (2000): 454-78.

Lyons, Nick, ed. Hemingway on Fishing. New York: Lyons P, 2000. [ISBN: 1585741442.]

MacDonald, J. B. Rev. of Literary Masters: Ernest Hemingway by Michael Reynolds. School Library Journal 46.11 (2000): 87. [Favorable.]

Mandel, Miriam B. Hemingway's Death in the Afternoon: the Complete Annotations. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow P, 2001. [ISBN: 0810839962; pub. date Aug. 2001.]

Martin, Douglas. "Jack Hemingway Dies at 77; Embraced Father's Legacy." The New York Times 3 Dec. 2000: 60.

McFarland, Ron. The Hemingway Poems of Ron McFarland. [San Antonio, TX]: Pecan Grove Press, 2001. [Winner of the Summer 2000 National Chapbook Competition; ISBN: 1877603740.]

McKenna, John J. and David M. Raabe. "Using Temperament Theory to Understand Conflict in Hemingway's `Soldier's Home'" Studies in Short Fiction 34.2 (1997): 203-13.

Meyers, Jeffrey and William H. Prescott. Hemingway: Life into Art. New York: Cooper Square Press. [ISBN: 0815410786]

Miles, Jack. "Global Requiem: The Apocalyptic Moment in Religion, Science, and Art" Cross Currents 50.3 (2000): 294+. [Contemplates the prospect of human extinction as portrayed by the arts and religion.]

Milne, Ira Mark. Short Stories for Students. Volume 9: Presenting Analysis, Context, and Criticism on Commonly Studied Short Stories. Detroit: Gale Group, 2000. [Includes "A Clean, Well-Lighted Place"; ISBN: 0787636096]

--. Short Stories for Students. Volume 8: Presenting Analysis, Context, and Criticism on Commonly Studied Short Stories. Detroit: Gale Group, 2000. [Contains "In Another Country"; ISBN: 0787636088]

Mishra, Vishwa Mohan. "Bipolar Mood Disorders, Creativity and Suicidality of Ernest Hemingway: A Clinical Psychological Study." Diss. Union Institute, 1999. DAI 60 (1999): 03B. [Finds tenable the notion that Hemingway suffered from bipolar/manic-depressive mood disorders.]

Morrell, David and Sandra Whipple Spanier, eds. American Fiction, American Myth: Essays by Philip Young. University Park [PA]: Pennsylvania State UP, 2000. [ISBN: 0271020369; includes six essays pertaining to EH.]

Murphy, Charlene. Rev. of Hemingway's France: Images of the Lost Generation by Winston Conrad; Michael Palin's Hemingway Adventure by Michael Pa/in; and A Hemingway Odyssey: Special Places in His Life by H. Lea Lawrence. The Hemingway Review 20.1 (Fall 2000): 113-20.

Nanny, Max. "Formal Allusions to Visual Ideas and Visual Art in Hemingway's Work." European Journal of English Studies 4.1 (2000): 66-82.

Navarro Pardinas, Blanca. "Hemingway au Quebec: Voyage dans l'intertexte romanesque de Jacques Poulin." La Revue Riviere: Revue Multidisciplinaire D'Arts et D'Idees 2 (1996): 43-57.

Neill, Peter, ed. American Sea Writing: A Literary Anthology. York: Library of America, 2000. [Includes "After the Storm."]

Nesbitt, Anna Sheets. Short Story Criticism: Excerpts from Criticism of the Works of Short Fiction Writers. Volume 36. Detroit: Gale Research Inc., 2000. [Treats OMATS.]

Newbury, Michael. Rev. of Hemingway and His Conspirators: Hollywood, Scribners, and the Making of American Celebrity, Culture by Leonard Left. American Literary History 12.1-2 (2000): 272-283. [Favorable.]

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; Atlanta, GA: Rodopi, 2000. [ISBN: 9042005203; wounds and injuries in literature.]

Oates, Joyce Carol and Robert Atwan, eds. The Best American Essays of the Century. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2000. [Includes "Pamplona in July" by EH.]

Oxenham, Robert M. "Hemingway's Cats. A well-known cat lover, Hemingway had as many as 60 Cats Living with him at his Key West home." Cat Fancy 43.6 (2000): 26.

Paul, Steve. "Hemingway's Kansas City: A Short Story, Brief But Telling. Early Jottings Reveal Author's Ties to Town." Kansas City Star 27 June 1999: A1+.

Pavloska, Susanna. Modern Primitives. New York: Garland, 2000. [ISBN: 0815336500]

Pivano, Fernanda. I miei quadrifogli. [Milano]: Frassinelli, 2000. [ISBN: 8876845917; memoirs, photographs.]

--. Dopo Hemingway: libri arte ed emozioni d'America. Napoli: T. Pironti, 2000. [ISBN: 8879372254; contains name index.]

Plotkin, Stephen. "News from the Hemingway Collection." The Hemingway Review 20.1 (Fall 2000): 134-35. [Offers a tribute to Michael Reynolds and announces the winners of research grants.]

Printed Books and Manuscripts: Including Americana and Recently Discovered Manuscripts by Ernest Hemingway: Auction, Friday, 19 May 2000. New York: Christie's, 2000. [Ref. the properties of Anthony Mason.]

Prose, Francine and Tom Bailey, eds. On Writing Short Stories. New York: Oxford UP, 2000. [Ref. "Hills like White Elephants" ISBN: 0195122720.]

Ravasi, Gianfranco. Preghiere: L'ateo e il credente davanti a Dio. [n.p.]: Mondadori, [2000]. [Ref. to EH and religion.]

Remnick, David ed. Life Stories [profiles from The New Yorker]. Prince Frederick [MD]: Recorded Books, 2000. [Unabridged; read by David Remnick, David, Philip Bosco, Amy Irving; six sound cassettes (10 hr.) ISBN: 0375409521; contains "How do you like it now, gentlemen?" by Lillian Ross.]

Roberts, James L. Hemingway's Short Stories: Notes. Lincoln [NE]: Cliffs Notes, 2000. [ISBN: 0764585525.]

Robins, Carol Peace. Rev. of Hunting with Hemingway by Hilary Hemingway. The New York Times Book Review 105.32 (6 Aug. 2000): 16. [Mixed.]

Roe, Sue. Rev. of Modernist Patterns in Literature and the Visual Arts. TLS 5075 (July 7 2000): 26. [Looks at "Hemingway in the light of works in other media, aiming to overturn received opinion and shed new light."]

Rogers, Michael. Rev. of Hemingway on Fishing ed. by Nick Lyons. Library Journal 1 Sept. 2000: 216. [Favorable.]

Rowen, John. Rev. of Hemingway on Fishing ed. by Nick Lyons. Booklist 1 Sept. 2000: 50. ["a satisfying theme anthology."]

Sanderson, Richard K. "Cold War Revisions of Hemingway's Introduction to Men at War." The Hemingway Review 20.1 (Fall 2000): 49-60.

Scammell, William. Rev. of Hemingway vs. Fitzgerald by Scott Donaldson. The Spectator 29 Apr. 2000: 30.

Schaefer, Dave. Sailing to Hemingway's Cuba. Dobbs Ferry [NY]: Sheridan House, 2000. [ISBN: 1574091107]

--. Sailing to Hemingway's Cuba. London: Adlard Coles Nautical, 2001. [ISBN: 0713658991.]

Sexton, Adam. Cliffs Notes, Hemingway's A Farewell To Arms. Foster City [CA]: IDG Books Worldwide, 2001. [ISBN: 0764586599.]

Sheler, Jeffrey L. and Gary Cohen. "The Last Word from Papa." U.S. News & World Report 22 May 2000: 18. [Christie's auctions off "handwritten first draft" of "Short Happy Life."]

Slusser, George. "Pocket Apocalypse: American Survivalist Fictions from Walden to The Incredible Shrinking Man." Imagining Apocalypse: Studies in Cultural Crisis. Ed. by David Seed. New York: Macmillan, 2000. 118-35.

Smith, Dinitia. "Michael S. Reynolds, Biographer Whose Career was Hemingway, Dies at 63" The New York Times 15 Aug. 2000: A22.

Sparks, Leah. Rev. of Big Two-Hearted River [audiobook]. Booklist 15 Sept. 2000: 258. [Read by Roger Stephens; 1 1/2 hrs.; contains "lyrical trio of abridged Nick Adams tales" along with works of five other "classic authors)"],

Stern, Marlo Rigoni. Rev. of Storia e Cultura della caccia by Paolo Galloni. Tutto Idbri, Tempo Libero 21 Oct. 2000: 1. [Includes references to Hemingway.]

Stewart, Matthew C. "Ernest Hemingway and World War I: Combating Recent Psychobiographical Reassessments, Restoring the War." Papers on Language & Literature 36.2 (2000): 198-217.

--. Modernism and Tradition in Ernest Hemingway's In Our Time: A Guide for Students and Readers. Columbia [SC]: Camden House, 2001. [ISBN: 1571130179.]

Tellefsen, Blythe. "Rewriting the Self against the National Text: Ernest Hemingway's The Garden of Eden." Papers on Language & Literature 36.1 (2000): 58-92. [Argues that the novel attempts to construct a new America by redefining categories of race, gender, family structure, and the meaning of artistry.]

Tilton, Margaret. "Garnering an Opinion: A Double Look at Nick's Surrogate Mother and Her Relationship to Dr. Adams in Hemingway's `Ten Indians.'" The Hemingway Review 20.1 (Fall 2000): 79-89.

Trilling, Lionel and Leon Wieseltier, eds. The Moral Obligation To Be Intelligent: Selected Essays. New York: Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 2000. [Reprints "Hemingway and His Critics"; ISBN: 0374257949.]

Trout, Steven. "`Where Do We Go From Here?": Ernest Hemingway's `Soldier's Home' and American Veterans of World War I.'" The Hemingway Review 20.1 (Fall 2000): 5-22.

Updike, John and Katrina Kenison, eds. The Best American Short Stories of the Century. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2000. [Includes "The Killers."]

Vargas Llosa, M. "Extemporaneities: Hemingway." Salmagundi-A Quarterly of the Humanities and Social Sciences 128-29 (2001): 42-47.

Vittorini, Elio. Conversations in Sicily. New York: New Directions, 2000. [ISBN: 0811214559.]

Walsh, Christopher Robert. "Craven Images. Cowardice in American Literature: From The Revolutionary to The Nuclear Era." Diss. Boston U, 2000. DAI 60 (2000):06A. [Suggests that the concept of cowardice is inappropriate in modern war.]

Werlock, Abby H. P. "`With a Man There Is a Difference": The Rejection of Female Mentoring in Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls." In The Erotics of Instruction. Ed. by Regina Barreca, and Deborah Denenholz

Morse. Hanover: UP of New England, 1997. 127-46.

--. Rev. of A Historical Guide to Ernest Hemingway ed. by Linda Wagner-Martin. The Hemingway Review 20.1 (Fall 2000): 108-113.

Whitesel, Todd. "Michigan's Free-Flowing Two Hearted River: This Upper Peninsula river inspired Ernest Hemingway in his youth,, and it continues to inspire paddlers today." Canoe & Kayak 28.1 (2000): 82.

Wiener, Gary. Readings on A Farewell to Arms. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven Press, 2000. [ISBN: 073770232X; includes 16 essays on the novel.]

Wood, J. Rev. of Hemingway: The Final Years by Michael Reynolds. New York Times Book Review 11 July 1999: 15-16.

--. Rev. of True at First Light by Ernest Hemingway. New York Times Book Review 11 July 1999: 15-16.

Yu, Ch'ing. Hai-ming-wei/Ernest Hemingway. Hsiang-kang: San lien shu tien (Hsiang-kang) yu hsien kung ssu, 2000. [ISBN: 9620417585.]

Zielinski, Bronislaw, trans. Komu bije dzwon. Warszawa: Warszawskie Wydawn. Literackie MUZA SA, 2000. [Polish translation of For Whom the Bell Tolls;, ISBN: 8372005540.]

--, trans. Ruchome swieto. Warszawa: Warszawskie Wydawn. Literackie MUZA SA, 2000. [Polish translation of A Moveable Feast.]

--, trans. Za rzeke w cien drzew. Warszawa: Warszawskie Wydawn. Literackie MUZA SA, 2000. [ISBN: 8372005567; Polish translation of Across the River and into the Trees.]

Thanks to Robert W. Snee, Bridget Dean Pratt, Michael Hoover, Steve Paul, and Murizio di Giacomo.

ALBERT J. DEFAZIO III George Mason University

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