Here is my current (partial) list of Ernest Hemingway books. I read my first Hemingway book more than 35 years ago at age 17 and have been fascinated with his work and life ever since. I knew early on, thanks to Hemingway and Snows of Kilimnajaro, that I would, one day, summit Mt. Kilimmanjaro. It took a while but in February of 2008 I reached the summit at 19,340′
…as my wife and daughter often say: “are you reading Hemingway again?”
Currently reading or re-reading:
- Green Hills of Africa (1935) – the updated 2015 edition.
- Hemingway: The Inward Terrain (1968), Richard B. Hovey, University of Washington Press, 248 pages.
- Hemingway: A Psychological Portrait (1977), Richard Hardy and John Cull, Banner Books International, 92 pages.
- Ernest Hemingway: A Comprehensive Bibliography, Princeton University Press, Audre Hanneman, 1967.
- Supplement to Ernest Hemingway: A Comprehensive Bibliography, Princeton University Press, Audre Hanneman, 1975.
My personal Library includes the following publications:
- Hemingway: Eight Decades of Criticism edited by Linda Wagner-Martin (Michigan State University Press)
- Ernest Hemingway: A Reconsideration, by Philip Young
- The Hemingway Wives, by Bernice Kert
- Ernest Hemingway: A Study of the Short Fiction by Joseph Flora
- The Letters of Ernest Hemingway (1907-1922) Edited by Sandra Spanier & Robert Trogdon, 2011
- Hemingway’s Boat – Paul Hendrickson (signed copy) Knopf: New York, 2011
- Hemingway the Homecoming (WW Norton & Co., 1999) – Michael Reynolds
- Hemingway the Final Years (WW Norton & Co., 1999) – Michael Reynolds
- How it Was – Mary Welsh Hemingway
- Hemingway: Seven Decades of Criticism – Edited by Linda Wagner-Martin
- Hemingway the Writer as Artist – 4th ed., 1980, Carlos Baker
- Hemingway the Writer as Artist – 3rd ed., 1963, Carlos Baker
- Gellhorn: A Twentieth-Century Life by Caroline Moorehead. Henry Holt and Company, 2003. 463 pages) note: saw C. Moorehead speak at JFK Library, 2009)
- The Enduring Hemingway – Scribners
- The Only Thing That Counts, Hemingway and Perkins Correspondence – Edited by Matthew Briuccoli
- A Sea of Change: Ernest Hemingway and the Gulf Stream by Mark P. Ott (Kent State University, 2008)
- Hemingway: the Postwar Years and the Posthumous Novels by Rose Marie Burwell (Cambridge University Press, 1996)
- Hemingway for Beginners by Errol Selkirk
- The Hemingway Manuscripts: An Inventory by Philip Young & Charles Mann (Penn State Press, 1969)
- Ernest Hemingway Complete and Unabridged (Barnes & Noble, 2007) – has 4 novels: SAR, FA, WBT & OMS
- Reading Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises by H.R. Stoneback (Kent State University Press, 2007)
- With Hemingway: A Year in Key West and Cuba, by Arnold Samuelson (Holt, Rinhart and Winston, New York, 1984)
- The Cambridge Companion to Ernest Hemingway. Edited by Scott Donaldson (Cambridge University Press, 1996. 319 pages)
- Ernie: Hemingway’s Sister “Sunny” Remembers by Madelaine Hemingway Miller (Thunder Bay Press, 1975. 163 pages)
- Ernest Hemingway A to Z: The Essential Refernce to the Life and Work by Charles M. Oliver (Checkmark Books, 1999. 452 pages)
Published Research papers:
- Brenner, Gerry, A Moveable Feast. American Literature 54:4 528-544, 1982
- Assemi, A. et al., Women Ignorance in Short Stories of Hemingway, (Iran), Int. Conference on Language, Medias and Culture (2012).
- Hemingway, John, Ernest Hemingway, the False Macho, Men and Masculinities, 15(4): 421-431, 2012.
- Nolan, Charles J, Hemingway’s “Out of Season”: The Importance of Close Reading, Rocky Mountain Review, Fall 1999.
- The Atlantic, Hemingway’s Two Love Poems, Hemingway in Cuba, Robert Manning, August 1965
- The Atlantic, The Young Years, Charles A. Fenton, March 1954.
more to come…
I’m still looking to read the following titles:
- The Young Hemingway by Michael Reynolds
- Hemingway the 1930’s by Michael Reynolds
- Hemingway: the Paris Years by Michael Reynolds
NB – last updated on January 12, 2013