The Hemingway Review Vol.25 No.2 Spring 2006

The Hemingway Review Vol.25 No.2 Spring 2006
Table of Contents

• Acknowledgments

• Hemingway's In Our Time: Cubism, Conservation, and the Suspension of Identification by Lisa Narbeshuber

• Expatriate Lifestyle as Tourist Destination: The Sun Also Rises and Experiential Travelogues of the Twenties by Allyson Nadia Field

• The "Whine" of Jewish Manhood: Re-Reading Hemingway's Anti-Semitism, Reimagining Robert Cohn by Jeremy Kaye

• Allusions to the New Testament and The Merchant of Venice in "God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen": Hemingway's Anti-Semitism Reconsidered by Horst Hermann Kruse

• Special Section: Under Kilimanjaro: Twelve scholars with diverse critical approaches offer their first impressions of Under Kilimanjaro, the complete version of Hemingway's Africa book newly published by Kent State University Press.

• From the 'African Book' to Under Kilimanjaro: An Introduction by Linda Patterson Miller

• Dancing with Hemingway by Joanna Hildebrand Craig

• The Making of Under Kilimanjaro by Robert W. Lewis

• The Editing Process by Robert E. Fleming

• Ethics and "Night Thoughts": "Truer Than the Truth" by Miriam B. Mandel

• Safari in the Age of Kenyatta by Lawrence H. Martin

• Ernest Hemingway's African Book: An Appraisal by Jeremiah M. Kitunda

• Under Kilimanjaro: The Other Hemingway by Gil K. Boese

• Hemingway's Hunting: An Ecological Reconsideration by Kevin Maier

• Under Kilimanjaro --Truthiness at Late Light: Or, Would Oprah Kick Hemingway Out of Her Book Club by H. R. Stoneback

• Under Kilimanjaro: The Multicultural Hemingway by Ken Panda

• The Last Good Country by Ann Putnam

• Hemingway's Lost Friend: Norton S. Baskin by Rodger L. Tarr

• Dear Papa, Dear Hotch: The Correspondence of Ernest Hemingway and A.E. Hotchner (review) by Robert W. Trogdon

• Ernest Hemingway: Machismo and Masochism (review) by Jamie Ebersole

• Hemingway and the Mechanism of Fame: Statements, Public Letters, Introductions, Forewords, Prefaces, Blurbs, Reviews, and Endorsements (review) by David M. Earle

• Modernity and Progress: Fitzgerald, Hemingway, Orwell (review) by Ruth Prigozy

• Current Bibliography by Kelli A. Larson

• Bulletin Board

Price: $30.00
Quantity Available: 18