The Hemingway Review Vol.28 No.2 Spring 2009

The Hemingway Review Vol.28 No.2 Spring 2009
Table of Contents

• “We Live in a Country Where Nothing Makes any Difference”: The Queer Sensibility of A Farewell to Arms by Debra A. Moddelmog, Jeffrey Herlihy and Mark Cirino,

• “Eyes the Same Color as the Sea”: Santiago’s Expatriation from Spain and Ethnic Otherness in Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea by Jeffrey Herlihy

• “There Were Many Indians in the Story”: Hidden History in Hemingway’s “Big Two-Hearted River” by Philip Melling

• “I, Also, Am in Michigan”: Pastoralism of Mind in Hemingway’s “Big Two-Hearted River” by Sarah Mary O’Brien

• The Conflict of “Being Gypsy” in For Whom the Bell Tolls by David Murad

• “A Little Crazy”: Psychiatric Diagnoses of Three Hemingway Women Characters by Charles J. Nolan Jr.

• Redefining Remate: Hemingway’s Professed Approach to Writing A Moveable Feast by Suzanne del Gizzo

• Hemingway, The Fifth Column, and the “Dead Angle” by Gene Washington

• The Gun and the Pen: Hemingway, Fitzgerald, Faulkner and the Fiction of Mobilization (review) by Alex Vernon

• Teaching Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms (review) by Mark Cirino

• Hemingway’s The Dangerous Summer: The Complete Annotations (review) by Joseph Fruscione

• Current Bibliography by Kelli A. Larson

• Letter from William Adair

• Bulletin Board

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