The Hemingway Review Vol.33 No.2 Spring 2014

The Hemingway Review Vol.33 No.2 Spring 2014
Table of Contents

Intent and Culpability: A Legal Review of the Shooting in “The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber” by Kenneth K. Brandt, Alicia Mischa Renfroe

The Nasty Mess: Hemingway, Italian Fascism, and the New Review Controversy of 1932 by Mark Cirino

Hemingway’s Early Education in the Short Story: A Bibliographic Essay on Brander Matthews and Twenty Volumes of Stories at Windemere by David L. Anderson

Hemingway at Rambouillet by Robert Fuller

Awkwardness and Appreciation in Death in the Afternoon by David Wyatt

Who is “The Destructive Type”?: Re-Reading Literary Jealousy and Destruction in The Garden of Eden by Carl P. Eby

Language’s Limits and a Doubtful Nature: Ernest Hemingway’s “Big Two-Hearted River” and Friedrich Nietzsche’s Foreign Language by Michelle Balaev

A Source Text for the Opening Passage of A Farewell to Arms by Bryan Giemza

“‘Somewhat Rough Withal’: Hemingway’s Personal Copy of Old English Ballads (English I, Oak Park High School)” by Hilary Kovar Justice

Irene and Ernest: A Love Story? By Donald A. Daiker

Ernest Hemingway and Paul de Kruif by Jan Peter Verhave

Hemingway’s Dark Night: Catholic Influences and Intertextualities in the Work of Ernest Hemingway by Matthew C. Nickel (review) by Michael Von Cannon

The Hemingway Short Story: A Study in Craft for Writers and Readers by Robert Paul Lamb (review) by Ellen Andrews Knodt

Ernest Hemingway: Thought in Action by Mark Cirino Madison (review) by Joseph Cheatle

Pip-Pip to Hemingway in Something from Marge by Georgianna Main (review) by Matthew C. Nickel

Current Bibliography by Alyssa C. Adkins, Maureen Harrington, Annemarie Thompson, Carolyn Wadle

News from the Hemingway Collection by Susan Wrynn

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