The Hemingway Review Vol. 41 No.2 Spring 2022

​Table of Contents

  • Abbreviations for the Works of Ernest Hemingway
  • Steve Paul, “Remembering H.R. (Stoney) Stoneback”
  • Claire Marrone, “Revisiting and Rereading Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast and McLain’s The Paris Wife”
  • Lay Sion Ng, “Toward a Politics of Cure:  Jake Barnes’s Embracing of Otherness in The Sun Also Rises”
  •  William E. Cain, “No Explanations:  Hemingway on the Making of Decisions
  • Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera, “Hemingway’s Shadow Across the Literary Cultures of Cuba”
  • Carlos A. Peón Casas, “Hemingway in Cuban Contexts:  Revisiting Reaches of His Imagination”
  • Gregory Stephens, “Fathering Under the Influence:  Hemingway’s Representation of His Sons in ‘Bimini’”
  • John Beall, “Hemingway’s Marlin and Pound’s Canto 40”
  • Kevin R. West, “Why Things Happen and Why They Don’t: Causality and Contingency in ‘The Snows of Kilimanjaro’ and ‘One Reader Writes’”
  • Hemingway, Trauma and Masculinity. By Stephen Gilbert Brown. Reviewed by Sarah Anderson Wood. 
  • Hemingway and the Spanish Civil War: The Distant Sound of Battle. By Gilbert H. Muller. Reviewed by Milton Cohen.
  • Ernest’s Way: An International Journey Through Hemingway Life. By Cristen Hemingway Jaynes. Reviewed by Hilary K. Justice.
  • The New Hemingway Studies. Edited by Suzanne del Gizzo and Kirk Curnutt. Reviewed by Katie Warczak.
  • Current Bibliography by Kelli A. Larson and Steve Paul.




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