Ernest Hemingway’s Life

Biography (37)

“Charles Sweeny, the Adventurer Ernest Hemingway ‘Wished to Be'” by Lee Ferran for Real Clear Life, June 2018

“Ernest Hemingway–A Publisher’s Perspective” by Charles Scribner III

“Ernest Hemingway Biography, Author, 1899-1961” on biography.com

“Ernest Hemingway” from FBI Records:  The Vault at the Federal Bureau of Investigation

“Ernest Hemingway—FBI Files” from the U.S. Department of Justice, in the Digital Commons of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln

“Ernest Hemingway In His Time,” from the University of Delaware Library’s Special Collections Department

“Ernest Hemingway in Madeira in 1954” by George Monteiro in the Portugese American Journal, 3 Oct. 2014

“Ernest Hemingway–Nobel Prize” at the Official Website of the Nobel Prize

“Ernest Hemingway:  Wrestling with Life” an approximately two-hour television documentary for A&E Biography

“Ernest Hemingway’s Guns:  Excerpts and Photos from the Book Hemingway’s Guns:  The Sporting Arms of Ernest Hemingway“by Silvio Calabi, Steve Helsley, and Roger Sanger for Garden and Gun

“Ernest Hemingway’s Hardy Fairy” from the American Museum of Fly Fishing

“Frequent Gunfire:  What Was It Like to Be Ernest Hemingway?” by John Banville for the Nation, 26 Oct. 2017 

“Getting the Picture” (about Joan Miro’s The Farm) by James Conaway for the Washingtonian, 16 May 2012

“Hemingway and Wilderness” by Phil Huss for Sun Valley Magazine, 20 Dec. 2017

“Hem, Hadley, and Paris” by David H. Lynn for the Autumn 1990 Virginia Quarterly Review

“Hemingway:  A Typical Doughboy” by Jennifer Keene in War Ink: New Perspectives on Ernest Hemingway’s Early Life and Writing (Kent State University Press, 2014), edited by Steve Paul, Gail D. Sinclair, and Steven Trout, pp. 53-71

” ‘Hemingway Almost Killed Me’:  A Life Photographer Remembers”

“Hemingway and the Thirties” by Matthew J. Bruccoli

“Hemingway, Catholicism, and His Struggle to Find Meaning” by David A. King for the Georgia Bulletin, 17 Nov. 2016

“The Hemingway He Knew” by A.E. Hotchner, Washington University Magazine, Summer 1966, pp. 18-23

“Hemingway:  The Conquest of Panic” by Irving Howe for the New Republic, 24 July 1961

“Hemingway Drank Too Much:  Our Strange, Macho Romance with Papa’s Alcoholism” by Scott Timberg for Salon.com, 21 July 2016

“A Hemingway Surprise” by David Bromwich for the 3 Dec. 2015 New York Review of Books

Hemingway, the Sensualist” by Adam Gopnik for the 3 July 2017 New Yorker

“Hemingway Transformed, 95 Years Later” by Mary Claire Kendall in Forbes magazine 8 July 2013

“The Hemingway You Didn’t Know:  Papa’s Adventures” for The Art of Manliness

“The Hemingways:  An American Tragedy” by Hemingway biographer Jeffrey Meyers for the Spring 1999 Virginia Quarterly Review

“Hemingway’s Guns” by Frank Miniter for American Rifleman, the magazine of the National Rifle Association, 24 February 2017

“The Lessons of Youth:  Ernest Hemingway as a Young Man” by John Affleck for LiteraryTraveler.com, 1 April 1999

“The Letters of Ernest Hemingway:  Behind the Scenes,” a video featuring Patrick Hemingway and Sandra Whipple Spanier

“The Old Man and the Art Collection” by Zuzanna Stanska for Daily Art Magazine, 5 Aug. 2016

“The Quest for Hemingway” by Hemingway biographer Jeffrey Meyers for the Autumn 1985 Virginia Quarterly Review

“Remembering Ernest Hemingway,” a roughly nine-minute video by Rita Braver for CBS 10 Jan. 2016

“Remembering Papa” by Neil A. Grauer for the July/August 1999 issue of Cigar Aficionado magazine

“A Search for the Man as He Really Was” by Carlos Baker for the 26 July 1964 New York Times

“The Striking Places Ernest Hemingway Called Home,” a photographic essay from House Beautiful.com

“To Have and Have Not:  New Letters Shed Light on Hemingway’s Unrequited Love and Early Life” by Robert K. Elder for the Paris Review, 4 May 2017

“Transatlantic Baggage:  Expatriate Paris, Modernism, and the Apprenticeship of Ernest Hemingway,’ a doctoral dissertation by Patrick Blair Bonds at Louisiana State University, May 2011

“The Year that Hemingway Got His Act Together” by Steve Paul for the Daily Beast, 21 July 2017

“Young Hemingway’s Wound and Conversion” by Matthew Nickel in Pilgrim:  A Journal of Catholic Experience, 1 March 2013

 

Books about Ernest Hemingway (10)

Asante Papa!, a book by Paul D. Hammersten

“Author Terry Mort Talks about Hemingway’s U-Boat Patrols” for Simon & Schuster Books, 1 Sept. 2009

“Can We Ever Really Know Ernest Hemingway?” a review of Paul Hendrickson’s Hemingway’s Boat, by Kevin Canfield for Salon.com, 18 Sept. 2011

“For Whom the Shill Toils:  Hemingway’s Lost Work for Ringling Bros. and Ballantine Ale,” a review of Hemingway and the Mechanism of Fame, edited by Matthew J. Bruccoli, and Judith Baughman, by Paul Devlin for Slate.com, 13 Oct. 2006

A review by Jason Powell of The Breaking Point:  Hemingway, Dos Passos, and the Murder of Jose Robles, a nonfiction book by Stephen Koch, for the 2006 January Review, reprinted by the website Origins:  Current Events in Historical Perspective

Hemingway’s Library:  A Composite Record (PDF) by James D. Brasch and Joseph Sigman, originally published by Garland, 1981, courtesy of the JFK Presidential Library

Hemingway’s Reading, 1910-1940:  An Inventory (PDF) by Michael S. Reynolds, courtesy of the JFK Library and Princeton University Press

“Papa’s Mother and Wives,” a review of Bernice Kert’s Hemingway’s Women, by Aaron Latham for the 17 July 1983 New York Times

“Paula McLain on Reviving Ernest Hemingway and The Paris Wife” for Random House Canada, 8 Feb. 2011

“The Perils of Being a Hemingway Wife”(about the novel Mrs. Hemingway by Naomi Wood) by Nico Hines for the 23 Feb. 2014 DailyBeast.com

 

Childhood (3)

“The Early Years:  Marcelline and Ernest Hemingway in Oak Park,” a collection of digitized documents from the Illinois Digital Archives

“Mother’s Scrapbooks,” downloadable PDFs of scrapbooks created by Grace Hall Hemingway to document Ernest’s childhood

“The Young Boy and the Sea:  Ernest Hemingway’s Visit to Nantucket Island” by Susan F. Beegel for the Nantucket Historical Association, originally published in Historic Nantucket vol. 32, no. 3, (Jan. 1985), pp. 18-30

 

Children (5)

“Gregory H. Hemingway, 69; Wrote a Memoir Called ‘Papa’” by Thomas J. Lueck in the 5 Oct. 2001 New York Times

“Jack Hemingway Dies at 77; Embraced Father’s Legacy” byDouglas Martin in the 3 Dec. 2000 New York Times

“The Son Also Rises:  Jack Hemingway” from the Central Intelligence Agency

“The Strange Saga of Gregory Hemingway”

“Transsexual Son Haunts Hemingway Clan” by Andrew Gumbel for the Independent, 28 Sept. 2003

 

Contemporary Writers and Mentors (24)

“All Roads Lead to Winesburg, Ohio:  An Appreciation for Sherwood Anderson and his Work’s Lasting Influence” by Porter Shreve for the 7 March 2014 Chicago Tribune

“A Brief Life of Fitzgerald” by Matthew J. Bruccoli from F. Scott Fitzgerald:  A Life in Letters, ed. Bruccoli with the assistance of Judith S. Baughman (New York:  Scribners, 1994) reprinted with permission by the Thomas Cooper Library of the University of South Carolina

“The Circuitous Path of Papa and Ezra” by Allen Mendenhall in The American Conservative, 5 May 2017

“Distinctly Emasculated:  Hemingway, Fitzgerald, and Sexual Anxiety” by Cody C. Delistraty for the Paris Review blog 24 April 2015

The Dorothy Parker Society

“Dos Passos, Hemingway and France,” including a 1969 video clip in which Dos Passos discusses Hemingway, by John Coggin for the 4 Jan. 2014 International Policy Digest

“Ezra Pound:  A Man of Contradictions” by Paul L. Montgomery for the New York Times, 2 Nov. 1972

Ezra Pound in His Time and Beyond:  An Exhibition in Special Collections curated by Jesse Rossa for the University of Delaware Library

The F. Scott Fitzgerald Society

The Ford Madox Ford Society

“Gertrude Stein (1874-1946)” compiled by Cary Nelson for Modern American Poetry

“Good-hearted Naiveté” (about the relationship between Hemingway and John Dos Passos) by Dan Piepenbring for the Paris Review blog 14 Jan. 2015

“Hemingway and Fitzgerald:  The Cost of Being American” by Alfred Kazin for American Heritage, April/May 1984

“The Insanity Defense:  Coming to Terms with Ezra Pound’s Politics” by Evan Kindley in The Nation, 28 March 2018

James Joyce Centre’s page on Joyce’s life

The James Joyce Society

“The Pound Error” by Louis Menand in the New Yorker, 9 and 16 June 2008

“A Prophet of Modernism:  Gertrude Stein” by Cynthia Ozick for the New York Times, 1996

“Rebel in Evening Clothes,” a profile of Dorothy Parker by Christopher Hitchens for 10 Oct. 2006 VanityFair.com

“Sherwood Anderson’s Influence on Modern American Literature” on EDSITEment!

“Sherwood Anderson’s Legacy”

“Two Kinds of People” (on Hemingway and Fitzgerald) by Terry Teachout for the National Review, 26 Aug. 2017

“With Hemingway as Friend, Who Needed Enemies” by Michiko Kakutani for the 30 Nov. 1999 New York Times

“Writers in Paris” by Stephen Cleary for the British Library, 25 May 2016

 

Interviews with Ernest Hemingway (2)

“The Art of Fiction” by George Plimpton for the Spring 1958 Paris Review

“How Do You Like It Now, Gentlemen?” a profile of Hemingway by Lillian Ross for the 13 May 1950 New Yorker

 

Journalism (2)

“How Hemingway Came of Age at the Toronto Star” by Bill Schiller

“A Newspaper Life” for the 29 July 2007 Kansas City Star

 

Library Collections (5)

Ernest Hemingway:  An Inventory of His Collection at Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas at Austin

Ernest Hemingway Collection at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum

Ernest Hemingway Collection at the University of Maryland

Ernest Hemingway:  Speiser and Easterling-Hallman Foundation Collection at the University of South Carolina

“Hemingway in Michigan” at Clarke Memorial Library at Central Michigan University

 

Major Hemingway-Related Sites (5)

A digital archive of Hemingway-related articles in the Chicago Tribune 

Featured Author:  Ernest Hemingway, a digital archive of Hemingway-related articles in the New York Times

“Hacking Hemingway,” a digital history project of Oak Park Public Library, focused on digitizing archival materials relating to Hemingway’s childhood and making the materials publicly available in the Illinois Digital Archives

Hemingway Resource Center 

“Papa’s Planet:  An Ernest Exploration of the Places Hemingway Lived and Loved,” created by freelance journalist David M. Frey

 

Museums (4)

“Ernest Hemingway:  Between Two Wars” an exhibit at the Morgan Library and Museum, New York City, 25 Sept. 2015-31 Jan. 2016

Ernest Hemingway’s Birthplace and Museum, Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park

The Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum in Key West, Florida

Hemingway-Pfeiffer Museum and Educational Center in Piggott, Arkansas

 

Parents (4)

“Grace Hall Hemingway” from the Illinois Women Artists Project

“Grace Hall Hemingway’s Painting Tour of the Southwest” by John E. Sanford for California Desert Art:  Art, History, and Landscape of the California Desert (a version of this paper first appeared in North Dakota Quarterly, vol. 70, no. 4 (Fall 2003)

“Parents of Ernest Hemingway” from Forest Home Cemetery, where they are buried

“Was Hemingway’s Mother a Lesbian?” by Marie Kuda in Outlines, vol. 13, no. 4, pp. 20 and 32

 

Pictures (2)

Ernest Hemingway, 1899-1961, a slide show from the New York Times

Portfolio, a photograph collection from Princeton University Library

 

Places

 

Africa (2)

“Barking at Death:  Hemingway, Africa, and the Stages of Dying” by James Plath in Hemingway in Africa, edited by Miriam B. Mandel and published by Camden House, 2011

“Searching for Kudu in the Green Hills of Africa” by Robert Reid for National Geographic’s Digital Nomad

 

Arkansas (5)

“Ernest Hemingway and Piggott, Arkansas” by Renie Burghardt for LiteraryTraveler.com, 1 Sept. 2002

“Ernest Hemingway’s Catholic Connection in Arkansas” from the Arkansas Catholic, the official newspaper of the Diocese of Little Rock

“Experience the Ernest Hemingway Museum in Piggott, Arkansas,” a roughly four-minute video by KATV for Arkansas Tourism

Hemingway-Pfeiffer Museum and Educational Center in Piggott, Arkansas

“Hemingway-Pfeiffer Home Showcases Cultural History” by Kody Ford for Arkansas Living magazine, 1 Jan. 2018

 

Cuba (11)

“The Contradictions of Hemingway’s House in Cuba” by Roxana Robinson for the 21 Dec. 2017 New Yorker

“Hemingway, Castro, and Cuba” by John Michaud for the 24 May 2012 New Yorker

“Hemingway’s Cuba, Cuba’s Hemingway” by Valerie Hemingway for smithsonian.com August 2007

“Down in Havana, Searching for the Ghost of Hemingway” by Stephen Marche for 30 Oct. 2015 Esquire

“Ernest Hemingway in Cuba, 1952:  Portrait of a Legend in Decline” by Ben Cosgrove on 3 June 2013

The Finca Vigia Foundation

“First Person:  My Lunch with Hemingway” by Howard Berk for National Geographic, 22 July 2013

“Hemingway in Cuba” by Robert Manning for the Aug. 1965 Atlantic

“Hemingway’s Cuba, Cuba’s Hemingway” by Valerie Hemingway for Aug. 2007 Smithsonian magazine

“Hemingway’s Cuba:  The Old Man and the Sea” by Brian Francis Donohue for LiteraryTraveler.com, 1 Oct. 2002

“Unlocking the Secrets of Hemingway’s Cuba” by Porter Fox for Men’s Journal

 

Florida (3)

The Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum in Key West, Florida

“Ernest Hemingway’s Key West” by Ben Brotemarkle, executive director of the Florida Historical Society

“Hemingway in Key West,” an online exhibition from the Key West Art and Historical Society

 

Idaho (11)

“Ernest Hemingway at Home in Idaho,” an exhibit from the Community Library in Ketchum, Idaho

“Hemingway’s Idaho” by Michael J. Mooney for the July 2016 issue of Cowboys & Indians magazine

“Hemingway’s Own Private Idaho,” an eight-minute video for the Guardian, 1 Aug. 2013

“Idaho:  Ernest Hemingway’s Last Home” by Matt Miller for the Nature Conservancy, which owned the home until 2017

Hemingway Legacy Initiative of Ketchum, Idaho, from the Ketchum Community Library

“Ketchum, Idaho:  Hemingway’s Home Away from Home,” a four-minute video from Smithsonian magazine, 10 Feb. 2014

“Remembering Hemingway in Central Idaho,” a 78-minute video produced by Mary Tyson for the Community Library in Ketchum, Idaho

“The Sun Also Sets:  A Visit to Hemingway’s Grave and Memorial” for LiteraryTraveler.com, 9 July 1999

“Tillie Arnold:  The Sun Valley Years,” an interview with Tillie Arnold by Frank Simon for the book Remembering Ernest Hemingway (The Ketch and Yawl Press, 1999) by James Plath and Frank Simon

“Trespassing at Ernest Hemingway’s House:  On the Road to Last Call in Ketchum, Idaho” by David Seminara for Literary Hub

“Visiting Hemingway’s Grave:  A Bittersweet Summer Drive Through the Mountains of Idaho” by Baxter Holmes for 7 Sept. 2015 Esquire.com

 

Illinois (3)

The Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park

“Ernest Hemingway in Chicago” by Liesl Olson for the Newberry Library

A 12-minute Illinois Adventures video of the Hemingway Home and Birthplace Museum in Oak Park with host Jim Wilhelm, 16 Aug. 2013

 

Italy (5)

“Ernest Hemingway and the Aesthetics of Italian Gastronomy” by Silvia Ammary in “The Hunger Artist” issue of Double Dialogues, vol. 15 (Winter 2011)

“A Farewell to Arms:  Hemingway’s Italy” by Mark Collinson for Italy magazine, 11 Sept. 2012

“Harry’s Bar in Venice” by Mary Hemingway for Holiday magazine June 1968 

“ITALY:  With Hemingway in Venice—A Memory” by Walter Hackett for the 20 Oct. 1985 Los Angeles Times

“Venice, Hemingway and Pound” for The Word Travels:  Adventures in the Literary Landscape

 

Kansas (4)

“Ernest Hemingway and Kansas City:  A Literary Tour” for the 3 Aug. 2007 Kansas City Star

“Hemingway’s Kansas City:  A Short Story” by Steve Paul of the 18 Feb. 2015 Kansas City Star

“Paris of the Plains:  Baseball and Hemingway in Kansas City” by Ben Pfeiffer for the Paris Review, 5 November 2015

“A Writer’s Haunts:  Where He Worked and Where He Lived” by Brian Burnes for the 3 Aug. 2007 Kansas City Star

 

Michigan (6)

“The Great Michigan Read,” a three-minute video about The Nick Adams Stories, featuring Hemingway scholar Frederic Svoboda, produced by Michigan Television for the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and the Michigan Humanities Council, 6 Nov. 2007

“Hemingway in Michigan” from the Clarke Historical Library at Central Michigan University

Michigan Hemingway Society

Tour Hemingway’s Michigan, a project organized by Ken Marek, founding member of the Michigan Hemingway Society

“Up North with the Hemingways” by Michael Federspiel for Michigan History magazine, Sept./Oct. 2007

“When Hemingway Was a Young Fisherman in Michigan”  by John O’Connor for the New York Times 1 Oct. 2015

 

Paris (8)

“Across the River and into the Ritz:  A Tour of Hemingway’s Favorite Haunts on Both Sides of the Seine” by John Mariani for 29 Jan. 2007 Esquire.com

“A Guide to Hemingway’s Paris” by Natasha Geiling for Smithsonian.com, 14 March 2014

“The Hemingway Map of Paris” by Laura Itzkowitz for Untapped Cities

“Hemingway’s Favorite Parisian Cafes” in WSJ Magazine (from the Wall Street Journal), 15 June 2016

“How Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast Has Become a Bestseller in France” by Adam Chandler for Atlantic, 23 Nov. 2015

Introduction to the book Hemingway and French Writers (Kent State University Press, 2012) by Ben Stolztfus

Mapping Expatriate Paris:  The Shakespeare and Company Lending Library Project, a digital humanities project at Princeton University

“This Is Hemingway’s Paris as Seen Through the Eyes of His Last Assistant” by Lesley M.M. Blume for 29 Jan. 2016 Esquire

 

Spain (10)

“The Dangerous Spring:  Ernest Hemingway’s Spain” by Leigh Ann Henion for the 29 March 2009 Washington Post Magazine

“The Earth Endureth Forever:  Hemingway in Spain” by Dale Graden for 10 June 2016 The Volunteer, founded by the veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade

“Following Hemingway’s Steps in Pamplona” published by the Kingdom of Navarre, Spain

“Ernest Hemingway and the Running of the Bulls” from Questar Video

“Hemingway and Pamplona” by John Affleck for LiteraryTraveler.com, 5 July 1999

“Hemingway and San Fermin” from sanfermin.com

“Hemingway’s Spain” by James Markham for the 24 Nov. 1985 New York Times

“Imagining Spain,” the introduction of Hemingway’s Spain:  Imagining the Spanish World (Kent State University Press, 2016, edited by Carl P. Eby and Mark Cirino

“The Old Man and the City:  Hemingway’s Love Affair with Pamplona” by Chris Leadbeater for the 1 July 2011 Independent

“Pamplona, Spain:  The Running of the Bulls,” a six-minute video on the Festival of San Fermin for Rick Steves Europe, 5 Jan. 2011

“What Did Hemingway Do to Save the Republic?” (about Hemingway’s actions during the Spanish Civil War) by Peter N. Carroll for The Volunteer, founded by veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade, 22 Nov. 2012

 

Wyoming (2)

“Discovering Hemingway’s Wyoming Connection,” an audio interview with Darla Worden for Wyoming Public Radio

“Images of the West:  Hemingway’s Wyoming, ‘A Cockeyed, Wonderful Country’ ” by Darla Worden for the Feb. 2016 Big Sky Journal

 

Romance (6)

“Did Ernest Hemingway Have an Affair with His Sister-in-Law?” by Robert K. Elder for Huffington Post, 18 April 2017

“Hemingway in Love” by A.E. Hotchner for Oct. 2015 Smithsonian magazine

“Hemingway’s Unrequited High School Crush” by Robert K. Elder for the Paris Review, 29 Nov. 2017

“The Ironic Inscription She Wrote for Her Own Tombstone Read:  ‘Talents Too Many, Not Enough of Any,'” on Jane Mason by Jeffrey Meyers for Salmagundi magazine

“The Jilting of Ernest Hemingway” by Hemingway biographer Scott Donaldson for the Autumn 1989 Virginia Quarterly Review

“To Have and Have Not:  New Letters Shed Light on Hemingway’s Unrequited Love and Early Life” by Robert K. Elder for the Paris Review, 4 May 2017

 

Societies (3)

The Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park

The Hemingway Society

Michigan Hemingway Society

 

Suicide (4)

“Being Ernest:  John Walsh unravels the Mystery behind Hemingway’s Suicide” by John Walsh for the Independent, a British online newspaper, 10 June 2011

“Hemingway Dead of Shotgun Wound; Wife Says He Was Cleaning Weapon” from the front page of the 3 July 1961 New York Times

“The Hemingway Suicide Curse” by Lou Marano for UPI, 10 Oct. 2001

“Own Gun Kills Hemingway,” the front-page story in the 3 July 1961 Chicago Tribune the day after Hemingway’s death

 

War (6)

“Hemingway Goes to War” by Ernest’s sister Marcelline Hemingway Sanford for the World War I issue of the Atlantic  (the article was originally titled “At the Hemingways:  Ernest Returns from War”

“Hemingway on War and Its Aftermath” by Thomas Putnam for the Spring 2006 Prologue

“The Hemingway Patrols:  Ernest Hemingway and His Hunt for U-Boats,” by Jeff Shaw in the U.S. Naval War College Review, vol. 64, no. 3 (2011)

“How Ambulance Drivers Hemingway and Dos Passos Rerouted the Course of American Literature” by James McGrath Morris for the Daily Beast, 6 April 2017

“Literary Ambulance Drivers” on firstworldwar.com, a multimedia history of World War I

“Mr. Novelist Goes to War:  Hemingway and Steinbeck as Front-Line Correspondents” by Mimi Reisel Gladstein in War, Literature & the Arts, vol. 15, no. 1-2

 

Wives

“The Perils of Being a Hemingway Wife” by Nico Hines for the Daily Beast, 23 Feb. 2014

Hadley Richardson (5)

“Hemingway’s First (Second and Third) Wife was a St. Louisian” by Jane Henderson for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 2 May 2018

“Hemingway Death:  How the Author Unraveled After Leaving First Wife Hadley Richardson” by Gioia Diliberto for the Huffington Post, updated 1 Sept 2011

“A Marriage Unraveled” by Hadley Richardson’s biographer Gioia Diliberto for the 1 July 2011 Chicago Tribune

“More to Hemingway’s First Wife, Hadley, than ‘A Moveable Feast’” by Gioia Diliberto for the 12 July 2009 Chicago Tribune

“Paris without End by Gioia Diliberto,” a three-minute video interview of Hadley Richardson Hemingway’s biographer for the Winnetka-Northfield Public Library District, 7 May 2012

“Paula McClain on the First Mrs. Hemingway” by Natasha Clark for Elle, 18 Feb. 2011

“When Hadley Met Ernest” by Margaret Camp for the Washington Post, 29 Nov. 1992

 

Pauline Pfeiffer (4)

“Paula McLain talks about the character of Pauline in The Paris Wife,” a two-minute video of an interview with Paula McLain about her novel for Virago Press, 4 April 2012

“Pauline and Ernest” from the Hemingway-Pfeiffer Museum and Educational Center 

“Sins of the Mother:  The Story of Pauline Hemingway” by Allan Ellenberger for Hollywoodland:  A Site about Hollywood and Its History

“The Vindication of Pauline Hemingway, Ernest’s Second (and Most Vilified) Wife” by Lesley M.M. Blume for 8 June 2016 Vogue

 

Martha Gellhorn (16)

“The Arabs of Palestine” by Martha Gellhorn for the October 1961 Atlantic

“Eichmann and the Private Conscience” by Martha Gellhorn for the Feb. 1962 Atlantic

” ‘Enough with All That Objectivity Shit’:  How the Journalist Martha Gellhorn Changed War Reporting Forever” by Paula McLain for Lenny

“The Extraordinary Life of Martha Gellhorn, the Woman Hemingway Tried to Erase” by Paula McLain for Town and Country, 12 July 2018

“Hemingway vs. Gellhorn:  A Famous D-Day Rivalry,” a 23-minute podcast featuring Kate McLoughlin from the University of Oxford

“Hemingway Weds Magazine Writer” by the Associated Press in the 22 Nov. 1940 New York Times”

“High Explosive for Everyone” by Martha Gellhorn for Collier’s, July 1937

“I Didn’t Like Sex At All” by Stephen Amidon for 12 Aug. 2016 Salon

“Imagining Hemingway’s Marriage,” an interview with the director of Hemingway and Gellhorn by Margaret Barra for Atlantic, 29 May 2012

“In Love and War:  A Hong Kong Honeymoon for Ernest Hemingway and Martha Gellhorn” by Stuart Heaver for the South China Post magazine, 13 Feb. 2016

“Is There a New Germany?” by Martha Gellhorn for the Feb. 1964 Atlantic

“Martha Gellhorn, Daring Writer, Dies at 89” by Rick Lyman for the 17 Feb. 1998 New York Times

“Power Couple, Covering War (and Waging Their Own),” an eight-minute audio by Susan Stamberg for Morning Edition on National Public Radio 22 May 2012

“Remembering Martha Gellhorn” for the 11 March 1998 Atlantic

“The Smell of Lilies,” a short story by Martha Gellhorn, in the Aug. 1956 Atlantic

“The War for Martha’s Memory” by Cassandra Jardine for the 15 May 2001 Telegraph

 

Mary Welsh(3)

“Harry’s Bar in Venice” by Mary Hemingway for Holiday magazine June 1968

“Mary Hemingway, 4th Wife of Author” by United Press International in the 30 Nov. 1986 Chicago Tribune

“Mary Welsh Hemingway Dies at 78; Wrote of Life with Novelist” by Herbert Mitgang in the 28 Nov. 1986 New York Time