January 8-11, 2015
The location for the upcoming MLA Convention creates a great opportunity to revisit Ernest Hemingway’s relationships with all things Canadian. While Hemingway lived in Canada for a relatively short period of time (compared to his other residences), his biography contains a great deal of Canadian influence whether through his association with the Toronto Star, his friendships with individuals like the Connable family or Morley Callaghan, or his connections with the country as the birthplace of his first son.
The Hemingway Society has organized a panel for this conference.
554. “The Canadian Hemingway”
Saturday, 10 January
1:45–3:00 p.m., West 219, VCC West
Program arranged by the Ernest Hemingway Foundation and Society
Presiding: Adam McKee, Florida State University
1. “Callaghan and Hemingway,” Gordon S. Gamlin, Kobe University
2. “‘A Damn Sight Better’: Ernest Hemingway, Morley Callaghan, and Textural Response,” Ross Tangedal, Kent State University
3. “A Roving Reporter Gathers No Moss: Hemingway’s Years for the Toronto Star,” Richard Mace, Pace University