The Hemingway Review Vol.8 No.2 Spring 1989

The Hemingway Review Vol.8 No.2 Spring 1989

Table of Contents

• Sexual Dilemmas in The Sun Also Rises: Hemingway's Count and the Education of Jacob Barnes by Wolfgang E. H. Rudat

• The British Critical Reception of Hemingway's The Garden of Eden by Roy S. Simmonds

• Memorable Eggs "in Danger of Getting Cold" and Mackerel "Perilous with Edge-level Juice": Eating in Hemingway's Garden by H. R. Stoneback

• Criticism of the Short Stories: The Neglected and the Oversaturated--An Editorial by Jackson J. Benson

• A Note on a New Manuscript of "A Clean, Well-Lighted Place" by Paul Smith

• The Hit in Summit: Ernest Hemingway's "The Killers" by George Monteiro

• Chapter Numbering and Meaning in For Whom the Bell Tolls by Joseph Waldmeir

• Hunting Ritual in The Sun Also Rises by Peter L. Hays

• Cantwell's "Suicide" and ''Mental lllness" by Bickford Sylvester

• Fuentes, Norberto. Ernest Hemingway Rediscovered. (Review) by Susan F Beegel

• Hardy, Richard E and John G Cull. Hemingway: A Psychological Portrait (Review) by Peter Hays

• Beegel, Susan F. Hemingway’s Craft of Omission: Four Manuscript Examples. (Review) by Peter Hays

• News from the Kennedy Library by Megan Floyd Desnoyers

• Hemingway Bibliography compiled by AI DeFazio

• Jeopardy in the Evening: For Whom the Telly Tolls by H. R. Stoneback

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