The Hemingway Review Vol.14 No.1 Fall 1994

The Hemingway Review Vol.14 No.1 Fall 1994

Table of Contents

• Donald Beistle, "Ernest Hemingway's ETO Chronology"

• Miriam Mandel, "Ferguson and Lesbian Love: Unspoken Subplots in A Farewell to Arms"

• Nathaniel Philbrick, “A Window on the Prey: The Hunter Sees a Human Face in Hemingway's 'After the Storm' and Melville's 'The Grand Armada'"

• Cary Nelson, "Hemingway, the American Left, and the Soviet Union: Some Forgotten Episodes"

• Nadine DeVost, "Hemingway's Girls: Unnaming and Renaming Hemingway's Female Characters"

• Major James H. Meredith, "The Rapido River and Hürtgen Forest in Across the River and into the Trees"

• George Cheatham, "Androgyny and In Our Time, Chapter VII"

• Edwin J. Barton, "The Story as It Should Be: Epistemological Uncertainty in 'Cat in the Rain'"

• Luis A. Losada, "George Sisler, Manolin's Age, and Hemingway's Use of Baseball"

• Nancy R. Cornley and Robert Scholes, Hemingway's Genders: Rereading the Hemingway Text, reviewed by Jamie Barlowe.

• Allen Josephs, For Whom the Bell Tolls: Ernest Hemingway's Undiscovered Country, reviewed by Rena Sanderson.

• Current Bibliography by Albert J DeFazio, III

• News from the Hemingway Collection by Megan Floyd Desnoyers and Stephen Plotkin

• Letters

• Bulletin Board

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