The Hemingway Review Vol.15 No.1 Fall 1995

The Hemingway Review Vol.15 No.1 Fall 1995

Table of Contents

• Marylyn A. Lupton, "The Seduction of Jim Gilmore"

• Don Summerhayes, "Fish Story: Ways of Telling in 'Big Two-Hearted River'"

• Stanley Renner, "Moving to the Girl's Side of 'Hills Like White Elephants'"

• Peter F. Cohen, '''I Won't Kiss You ... . I'll Send Your English Girl': Homoerotic Desire in A Farewell to Arms"

• Craig Kleinman, "Dirty Tricks and Wordy Jokes: The Politics of Recollection in A Farewell to Arms"

• William Dow, "A Farewell to Arms and Hemingway's Protest Stance: To Tell the Truth Without Screaming"

• Scott Donaldson, "Protecting the Troops from Hemingway: An Episode in Censorship"

• Miriam B. Mandel, ''A Reader's Guide to Pilar's Bullfighters: Untold Histories in For Whom the Bell Tolls"

• Miriam B. Mandel, Reading Hemingway: The Facts in the Fictions, (Review) by Earl Rovit.

• William Burrill, Hemingway: The Toronto Years, (Review) by Lisa Dickson.

• Gerhard Kopf, Papa's Suitcase, (Review) by Thomas A. Marshall.

• Michael Palin, Hemingway's Chair, (Review) by Thomas Hermann.

• Current Bibliography by Albert J DeFazio III

• News from the Hemingway Collection by Stephen Plotkin

• Letters

• Bulletin Board

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