The Hemingway Review Vol.25 No.1 Fall 2005

The Hemingway Review Vol.25 No.1 Fall 2005
Table of Contents

• "How People Go to Hell": Pessimism, Tragedy, and the Affinity to Schopenhauer in The Sun Also Rises by Gunther Schmigalle

• Addio, Adieu, Adios: A Farewell to Arms in Three Romance Languages by Milton Mariano Azevedo

• "You Don't Know the Italian Language Well Enough": The Bilingual Dialogue of A Farewell to Arms by Mark Cirino

• "He Only Looked Sad the Same Way I Felt": The Textual Confessions of Hemingway's Hunters by Carey Voeller

• "He Felt the Change So That It Hurt Him All Through": Sodomy and Transvestic Hallucination in Late Hemingway by Carl P. Eby

• Music at the Finca Vigia: A Preliminary Catalog of Hemingway's Audio Collection by Hilary K. Justice

• Papa's Fish: A Note on Neomerinthe hemingwayi by Prosanta Chakrabarty

• Hemingway and Guy Hickok in Italy: The Brooklyn Eagle Articles by Paul Montgomery

• "Pulvis et Umbra Sumus": Horace in Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises by Katherine Calloway

• Gellhorn: A Twentieth Century Life (review) by Rose Marie Burwell

• Hemingway and Faulkner In Their Time (review) by Joseph Fruscione

• The Breaking Point: Hemingway, Dos Passos, and the Murder of José Robles (review) by Matthew Stewart

• Current Bibliography: Annotated by Albert J. DeFazio, Patrick Gregg

• News from the Hemingway Collection by Susan Wrynn

• Bulletin Board

• Hemingway in Andalusia: 2006 International Conference by Carl P. Eby, Diane Buck

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