The Hemingway Review Vol.15 No.2 Spring 1996

The Hemingway Review Vol.15 No.2 Spring 1996

Table of Contents

• Robert W. Trogdon, '''Forms of Combat': Hemingway, The Critics, and Green Hills of Africa"

• Michelle Scalise Sugiyama, "What's Love Got to Do With It? An Evolutionary Analysis of 'The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber'"

• Leonard Leff, "A Thunderous Reception: Broadway, Hollywood, and A Farewell to Arms"

• Andrew Wilson, "Bidding Goodbye to the Plumed Troop and the Big Wars: The Presence of Othello in A Farewell to Arms"

• Charles J. Nolan, Jr. "'Ten Indians' and the Pleasures of Close Reading"

• Tamara M. Powell, "Lilith Started It! Catherine as Lilith in The Garden of Eden"

• Jacqueline Vaught Brogan, "Parody or Parity?: A Brief Note on Gertrude Stein and For Whom the Bell Tolls"

• Gary Harrington, "'A Plague of All Cowards': 'Macomber' and Henry IV"

• Morris Buske, "The Solder's Home Again"

• Rose MarIe Burwell, Hemingway: The Postwar Years and the Posthumous Novels, (Review) by Carl Eby

• Milton Wolff, Another Hill: An Autobiographical Novel, (Review) by Donald Beistle

• Errol  Selkirk, Hemingway for Beginners, (Review) by Michael Wyatt Harper.

• Renjing Yang, Hemingway in China, (Review) by Wenbao Dai.

• Current Bibliography by Albert J DeFazio III

• News from the Hemingway Collection by Stephen Plotkin

• Letters

• Bulletin Board

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