Routledge Revivals: Ernest Hemingway (1981): The Papers of a Writer, 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Routledge Revivals: Ernest Hemingway (1981)

The Papers of a Writer, 1st Edition

Edited by Bernard Stanley Oldsey


172 pages

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Originally published in 1981 Ernest Hemingway is a collection of papers from the Hemingway Collection conference of 1980. The essays are based on presentations from the commemorative conference, and combined into this collection, provide a key biography of Hemingway. Collectively, the book contains clues to collective, refined, and substantially new critical statements about his canonical works, how they were written and how they can be read considering the conflated texts.

Table of Contents


Introduction, Bernard Oldsey


A Note on the Hemingway Collection, Jo August

1. JFK and Hemingway, George Plimpton

2. Unexplored Territory: The Next Ten Years of Hemingway Studies, Michael Reynolds

3. "Dear Folks…Dear Ezra": Hemingway’s Early Years and Correspondence, 1917-1924, E.R. Hagemann

4. Hemingway’s Beginnings and Endings, Bernard Oldsey

5. "Proud and Friendly and Gently": Women in Hemingway’s Early Fiction, Linda W. Wagner

6. Hemingway’s Poetry: Angry Notes of an Ambivalent Overman, Nicholas Gerogiannis

7. Hemingway of The Star, Scott Donaldson

8. Hemingway’s Library: Some Volumes of Poetry, James D. Brasch, Joseph Sigman

9. The Mystery of the Ritz Hotel Papers, Jacqueline Tavernier-Courbin

10. Initial Europe: 1918 as a Shaping Element in Hemingway’s Weltanschauung, Zvonimir Radeljkoić

11. Hemingway Papers, Occasional Remarks, Philip Young

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BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
LITERARY CRITICISM / Modern / 18th Century