The Hemingway Review Vol.18 No.1 Fall 1998

The Hemingway Review Vol.18 No.1 Fall 1998

Table of Contents

• John Raeburn, "Hemingway on Stage: The Fifth Column, Politics, and Biography"

• Hilary K. Justice, '' 'Well, well, well': Cross-Gendered Autobiography and the Manuscript of ‘Hills Like White Elephants' "

• Ron Berman, "Protestant, Catholic, Jew: The Sun Also Rises"

• David Blackmore, '' 'In New York It'd Mean I Was a ...’: Masculinity Anxiety and Period Discourses of Sexuality in The Sun Also Rises"

• Ernest Lockridge, "Othello as Key to Hemingway"

• Ken Ryan, "The Contentious Emendation of Hemingway's 'A Clean, Well-Lighted Place' "

• George Monteiro, "Maxwell Perkins's Plan for The First Forty-Eight'

• Peter L. Hays, "Hemingway Raids the Library for For Whom the Bell Tolls"

• Paul Smith, Ed. New Essays on Hemingway's Short Fiction, (Review) by Arthur Waldhorn.

• Mark Spilka, Eight Lessons in Love: A Domestic Violence Reader, (Review) by Mimi Gladstein

• Mark Browning, Haunted by Waters: Fly Fishing in North American Literature (Review) by John Bittner

• Current Bibliography by Albert J DeFazio III

• News from the Hemingway Collection by Stephen Plotkin

• Letters

• Bulletin Board

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