The Hemingway Review Vol.29 No.1 Fall 2009

The Hemingway Review Vol.29 No.1 Fall 2009
Table of Contents

• PEN Hemingway Prize Keynote Address Delivered at the John F. Kennedy Library 29 March 2009 by Richard Rhodes

• "New Coke vs. Old Coke": The Debate Over A Moveable Feast: The Restored Edition by Steve Paul

• A Moveable Feast: The Restored Edition: A Review and a Collation of Differences by Robert W. Trogdon

• "Unpopularity is the Least of My Worries": Captain R.W. Bates and Lieutenant E.M. Hemingway by Stephen Bates

• The Jungle Out There: Nick Adams Takes to the Road by George Monteiro

• "Brett Couldn't Hold Him": Lady Ashley, Pedro Romero, and the Madrid Sequence of The Sun Also Rises by Donald A. Daiker

• Hemingway's Pragmatism: Truth, Utility, and Concrete Particulars in A Farewell to Arms by Katie Owens-Murphy

• A Clash of Certainties, Old and New: For Whom the Bell Tolls and the Inner War of Ernest Hemingway by Michael K. Solow

• Hemingway, Gender Identity, and the "Paris 1922" Apprenticeship by Patrick Blair Bonds

• Rabbit at the Riverside: Names and Impossible Crossings in Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls by Alex Link

• Esquire's Failure with Hemingway's "Bimini " by Michael Hemmingson

• An Error in the Introduction to A Moveable Feast: The Restored Edition by Robert L. Yarup

• Fitzgerald & Hemingway: Works and Days (review) by Kirk Curnutt

• "Dialogue with a Maestro": An Interview with Eric Ting Adapter and Director of a Production of the The Old Man and The Sea by Richard J. King

• Current Bibliography by Kelli A. Larson

• Bulletin Board

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