The Hemingway Review Vol.17 No.1 Fall 1997

The Hemingway Review Vol.17 No.1 Fall 1997

Table of Contents

• Darrel Mansell, " Words Lost in In Our Time"

• Clarence Lindsay, "Risking Nothing: Romantic Identity in 'Cat in the Rain'"

• Ellen Andrews Knodt, "Diving Deep: Jake's Moment of Truth at San Sebastian"

• Lucas Aykroyd, '''Homage to Switzerland' as Monodrama: A Microcosm of Hemingway's Autobiographically Inspired Fiction"

• Ramon Buckley, "Revolution in Ronda: Facts in Hemingway's Fiction"

• Mark P. Ott, "Hemingway's Hawaiian Honeymoon"

• Steven Carter, "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Alive: A Note on Al and Max in Hemingway's 'The Killers'"

• Andrea DeFusco; "Discussing 'Macomber' in the Undergraduate Writing Seminar: What We Talk About When We Talk About Hemingway"

• Morris Buske, "Early Hemingway Conflicts Foreshadow Later Ones"·

• Michael Reynolds, Hemingway: The 1930s, (Review) by Sandra Spanier.

• Kim Moreland, The Medievalist Impulse in American Literature: Twain, Adams, Fitzgerald, and Hemingway, (Review) by Jerome Mandel.

• Pamela A. Boker, The Grief Taboo in American Literature: Loss and Prolonged Adolescence in Twain, Melville, and Hemingway, (Review) by Carl Eby.

• Marc D. Baldwin, Reading The Sun Also Rises: Hemingway's Political Unconscious, (Review) by Frederic Svoboda.

• Current Bibliography by Albert J DeFazio III

• News from the Hemingway Collection by Stephen Plotkin

• Letters

• Bulletin Board

• 1998 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE, Les Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer, France, May 25-31 by H. R. Stoneback and Robert W. Lewis

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