Ernest Hemingway’s Works

Articles and Other Works by Ernest Hemingway (14)

“Columns by Hemingway,” a digital archive of Hemingway’s articles for the Toronto Star

“Ernest Hemingway’s Postcard from Spain to Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas” from Harper’s Magazine, 30 Oct. 2013

A Farewell to Arms Chapter One

“Fifty Grand” in the July 1927 Atlantic Monthly

For Whom the Bell Tolls Chapter One

“Hemingway Reports Spain” for the 12 Jan. 1938 New Republic

 “Hemingway’s Articles for the Kansas City Star” on Wikisource

Hemingway’s Dispatches from Spain from the archives of the New York Times

in our time:  The 1924 Text, edited by James Gifford

“Italy, 1927” for the 18 May 1927 New Republic

“My Life in the Bull Ring with Donald Ogden Stewart,” the original text of Ernest Hemingway’s submission to Vanity Fair, with his cover letter and an introduction by the editor of a new collection of his letters, from Harper’s Magazine, 25 Oct. 2013

The Old Man and the Sea excerpt

The Sun Also Rises excerpt

True at First Light, Chapter One


Artistic Legacy (29)

“The Art of Fiction,” an interview by George Plimpton for the Paris Review

“A Case of Identity:  Ernest Hemingway” by Anders Hallengren 28 Aug. 2001 for the Nobel Prize website

“Did Hemingway Really Write His Famous Six-Word Story” by David Haglund for, 31 Jan. 2013

“Disparaging Hemingway” by Morris Freedman for the Winter 2001 Virginia Quarterly Review

“Drawing the (Color) Line:  Hemingway’s America, Africa, and the Question(ing) of Authority,” a doctoral dissertation by Marc Kevin Dudley at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, 2006 

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

“Ernest Hemingway:  A Storyteller’s Legacy” by Megan Floyd Desnoyers for the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum

“Ernest Hemingway:  The Modern Transcendentalist” by Camryn Scott in Criterion, vol. 9, no. 1  (2016)

“Ernest Hemingway Story from 1956 to Be Published for the First Time” by Sian Cain for the Guardian, 2 Aug. 2018

“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, 13 Oct. 2006

“Gabriel Garcia Marquez Meets Ernest Hemingway” for the New York Times

“Grace Under Pressure:  Scott Donaldson on the Life and Art of Ernest Hemingway,” an interview with the Hemingway biographer for Simply Charly:  Exploring History’s Movers and Shakers, 17 Feb. 2015

“Hemingway:  How the Great American Novelist Became the Literary Equivalent of the Nike Swoosh” by Nathan Heller for, 16 March 2012

“Hemingway in Our Times:  A Web-Only Essay on the Hemingway Centenary” by Hemingway biographer Michael Reynolds for the New York Times

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

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

Hemingway’s Humor by Jeffrey Meyers for Michigan Quarterly Review, vol. XLIII, no. 2 (Spring 2004)

“Homage to Hemingway” by John Peale Bishop for the 10 Nov. 1936 New Republic

“How Hemingway Became the Literary Equivalent of the Nike Swoosh” by Nathan Heller for 16 March 2012

“How Mary Hemingway and JFK Got Ernest Hemingway’s Legacy out of Cuba” by Kat Eschner for Smithsonian, 25 Aug. 2017

“Last Words” by Joan Didion for the 9 Nov. 1998 New Yorker

“Memoirs of Hemingway:  The Growth of a Legend” by Hemingway biographer Jeffrey Meyers for the Autumn 1984 Virginia Quarterly Review

“Of Star Style and a Reporter Named Hemingway” by Jim Fisher for the 29 July 2007 Kansas City Star

“Picasso and Hemingway:  A Dud Poem and a Live Grenade” by Hemingway biographer Jeffrey Meyers in the Michigan Quarterly Review, Volume XLV, Issue 3 (Summer 2006)

“Pilgrimage Variations:  Hemingway’s Sacred Landscapes” by H.R. Stoneback in Religion & Literature, vol. 35, no. 2/3 (Summer – Autumn, 2003), pp. 49-65 

“Reflections on Ernest Hemingway” by playwright Tom Stoppard for PBS

“Shadow Rider:  The Hemingway Hero as Western Archetype” by James Plath in Hemingway and the Natural World, edited by Robert E. Fleming and published by the University of Idaho Press, 1999

“The Star Copy Style”

“Time in American High Modernism:  Reading Fitzgerald, Hemingway, and Faulkner,” a doctoral dissertation by Seki Makahiko at Wayne State University, Jan. 2016

“Tracking Hemingway” for the 21 June 1999 Atlantic


Books by Ernest Hemingway (organized alphabetically by title)


Across the River and into the Trees (6)

Across the River and Into the Trees, by Ernest Hemingway,” reviewed by Philip Rahv for Commentary magazine, 1 Oct. 1950

“Across the Street and into the Grill,” a parody of the novel by E.B. White for the 14 Oct. 1950 New Yorker

“The Author’s Name is Hemingway,” a review of the novel by John O’Hara for the 10 Sept. 1950 New York Times

Ernest Hemingway and the Eastern Veneto, a four-minute video from Caorle Channel, Italy (in Italian with English and German subtitles)

“Ernest Hemingway’s Long-Ago Crush on a Venetian Girl Is Once Again the Talk of Italy” by Olghina di Robilant for 1 Dec. 1980 People

“Testimony of Trauma:  Ernest Hemingway’s Narrative Progression in Across the River and into the Trees,” a master’s thesis by Kathleen K. Robinson at the University of South Florida, 19 March 2010


The Complete Short Stories (7)

“A Comedy with Animals:  Ernest Hemingway, Jane Kendall Mason, and ‘The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber'” by Alane S. Mason in Boston Review, 1 Feb. 2001

“The Eyewitness Narrator in Hemingway’s Collier’s Dispatches and ‘Black Ass at the Crossroads” by James H. Meredith in War, Literature & the Arts, vol. 7, no. 1

“The Muse of Kilimanjaro” by Paul Hendrickson for Town and Country magazine, 18 Dec. 2012

“Nick Adams and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder” by Ronald Smith for War, Literature & the Arts, vol. 9, no. 1

“The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber,” an approximately hour-long NBC University Theater radio drama starring Preston Foster, 5 June 1949

“The Slopes of Kilimanjaro” by Carlos Baker for American Heritage, vol. 19, no. 5 (1968)

“The Snows of Kilimanjaro,” a 46-minute audio recording by actor Charlton Heston


Dangerous Summer (5)

Dangerous Summer a Bullish Performance by Hemingway,” a review by John W. Aldridge for the 16 June 1985 Chicago Tribune

“How Not to Get Gored” by Edward Said for the London Review of Books, Nov. 1985

“The Last Ole” by William Kennedy for the 9 June 1985 New York Times

“Now Out in Book Form:  Hemingway’s Narrative of a Dangerous Summer” by Jeremiah Tax for Sports Illustrated, 1 July 1985

“Photos of Ernest Hemingway’s Dangerous Summer,” a five-minute interview with Megan Testerman, archival librarian at the JFK Presidential Library, who cataloged the photographs taken for the book, for PRI International


Death in the Afternoon (5)

“Blood and Sand, and Art,” a review published in the 24 Sept. 1932 The Saturday Review of Literature

“The Death Lovers” (on bullfighting) by Ben Wallace-Wells for the New Republic, 29 June 2010

“Hemingway Now Writes of Bull-Fighting as an Art” by R.L. Duffus for the 25 Sept. 1932 New York Times

“Hemingway’s Death in the Afternoon and the Fear of Death in War” by Christopher Barker in War, Literature & the Arts, vol. 26

“The Review That Caused Hemingway to Slap a Critic in the Face with a Book” by Max Eastman for the 7 June 1933 New Republic


A Farewell to Arms (15)

“After 50 Years, Remembering Hemingway’s Farewell,” a roughly three-minute recording from NPR, 2 July 2011 

“Boston Police Bar Scribner’s” in the 21 June 1929 New York Times

A Farewell to Arms, a 15-second video from Ad Agency Ogilvy and the Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park

A Farewell to Arms, an hour-long vintage NBC radio drama from 1948

A Farewell to Arms, an hour-long Lux Radio Theater drama starring Clark Gable and Josephine Hutchinson, 5 April 1937 

“A Farewell to Arms,” the poem by George Peele, from The Oxford Book of English Verse

A Farewell to Arms with Helen Hayes and Gary Cooper, the 1932 film

“Finding Patterns in Hemingway and Camus,” an essay on A Farewell to Arms by Robert D. Lane and Steven M. Lane, 12 Nov. 2001

“Love and War in the Pages of Mr. Hemingway” by Percy Hutchison for the 29 Sept. 1929 New York Times

“Masculinity and Gender in A Farewell to Arms:  Creating Understanding in the Seconday School Classroom,” an undergraduate thesis by John G. Draughton III at the University of North Carolina at Asheville, Fall 2006

“New Edition Includes 39 Different Farewells to Arms,” a roughly seven-minute interview with Sean Hemingway, from NPR, 22 July 2012

“Patriotism and Treason in A Farewell to Arms” by George Monteiro in War, Literature & the Arts, vol. 9, no. 1

“Singles and Couples:  Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms and Updike’s Couples” by Roger Sharrock for the University of Calgary Journal

“The Woman behind Hemingway’s Farewell” by Ken Ringle for the 17 Sept. 1989 Washington Post

World War (formerly “Trenches on the Web:  Internet History of the Great War”)


The Fifth Column (2)

“The Fifth Column,” a review of The Fifth Column and Four Stories of the Spanish Civil War, by Philip Young for the 21 Sept. 1969 New York Times

“Who Does This Playwright Think He Is?  Hemingway?” (a theatrical review) by Wilborn Hampton for the 28 March 2008 New York Times


For Whom the Bell Tolls (12)

“Abraham Lincoln Brigade” for the Marxists Internet Archive

“‘Always Something of It Remains’:  Sexual Trauma in Ernest Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls” by Natalie Carter in War, Literature and the Arts 25.1 (2013), pp. 1-40

“Fighting Fascism:  The Americans—Women and Men—Who Fought in the Spanish Civil War,” an hour-long video for Democracy Now! Independent Global News, 30 April 2007

“Books of the Times,” a review of For Whom the Bell Tolls by Ralph Thompson for the 21 Oct. 1940 New York Times

For Whom the Bell Tolls, a 15-second video from Ad Agency Ogilvy and the Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park

For Whom the Bell Tolls, an hour-long radio drama from Lux Radio Theatre, starring Ingrid Bergman and Gary Cooper, 12 Feb. 1945

“Hemingway and the Cuban Revolution:  For Whom the Bell Tolls in the Sierra Maestra” by Jeff Morgan in War, Literature & the Arts, vol. 28

“John McCain:  Salute to a Communist” (about the last surviving member of the Lincoln Brigade and For Whom the Bell Tolls) by John McCain for the 24 March 2016 New York Times

” ‘One Tale, One Telling’:  Parallelism, Influence, and Exchange between Faulkner’s The Unvanquished and Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls” by Joseph Fruscione in War, Literature & the Arts, vol. 18, no. 1-2

“Read Time’s Original Review of For Whom the Bell Tolls”

“Ringing the Changes:  Hemingway’s Bell Tolls Fifty” by Hemingway biographer Michael Reynolds for the Winter 1991 Virginia Quarterly Review

“Robert Jordan, Hemingway’s Bipartisan Hero,” a roughly seven-minute recording by Susan Stamberg for NPR, 14 Oct. 2008


The Garden of Eden (4)

“Braver Than We Thought,” a review of the novel by E.L. Doctorow for the 18 May 1986 New York Times

“The Garden of Eden at Twenty-Five” by Tom Jenks in Narrative (requires free log-in)

“How Scribner’s Crafted a Hemingway Novel” by Eric Poole for New York magazine

Introduction to The Garden of Eden:  Twenty-Five Years of Criticism (Kent State University Press, 2011),edited by Suzanne del Gizzo and Frederic Svoboda


Green Hills of Africa (6)

“Books of the Times,” a review of the book by John Chamberlain for the 25 Oct. 1935 New York Times

“Ernest Hemingway’s Story of His African Safari” by C.G. Poore for the 27 Oct. 1935 New York Times

“Fear and Loathing on the Green Hills of Africa,” a master’s thesis by Donald Miller, University of New Orleans, 18 May 2018

“Hemingway as the Godfather of Long-Form” by Richard Brody for the 29 July 2015 New Yorker

“Hemingway’s Messy Legacy Gets Messier,” a review of the book’s reissue, by Ben Cosgrove for the 18 July 2015 Daily Beast

“Sean Hemingway Discusses Grandfather’s Book Green Hills of Africa” in Scribner Magazine, 21 July 2015


In Our Time (14)

“Being and Time in Ernest Hemingway’s ‘Cat in the Rain'” by Daniel Thomieres in Journal of the Short Story in English, vol. 60 (Spring 2013)

“A Book of Great Short Stories, Something about Cabell” by Dorothy Parker for the 29 October 1927 New Yorker

” ‘Circles Breaking the Smooth Surface’:  Repetition and Narrative Folds in Hemingway’s Early Michigan Stories” by Marie-Odile Salati in Journal of the Short Story in English, vol. 49 (Autumn 2007)

“Feeling Transcends Language in Hemingway’s ‘Big Two-Hearted River'” by Ryder Lamb in Prologue:  A First-Year Writing Journal, vol. 1, no. 6 (2009)

” ‘Indian Camp’:  A Story in Disguise” by Eleonore Laine Forrest in Journal of the Short Story in English, vol. 49 (Autumn 2007)

“Inventing Nature in ‘Big Two-Hearted River'” by Marie-Christine Agosto in Journal of the Short Story in English, vol. 49 (Autumn 2007)

“Painterly Ambition:  Hemingway, Cezanne, and the Short Story” by Monika Gehlawat in Journal of the Short Story in English, vol. 49 (Autumn 2007)

“Past and Present in ‘Cat in the Rain’ and ‘Old Man at the Bridge'” by Horst Breuer in Journal of the Short Story in English, vol. 49 (Autumn 2007)

“Preludes to a Mood” for the 18 Oct. 1925 New York Times

“The River that Will Flow Forever” by Robert Cantwell for the  17 July 1961 Sports Illustrated

“The Significance of the Game of Pool in Ernest Hemingway’s ‘Soldier’s Home,'” a master’s thesis by Molly J. Donehoo of Georgia Southern University, Spring 2018

“Telling the Stories that Can’t Be Told:  Translating War in Hemingway, Vonnegut, and O’Brien,” an honors by Emily A. Nye, College of William and Mary, May 2016

” ‘There isn’t going to be any Mrs. Wemedge’:  Hemingway’s Elusive Mermaid in ‘The End of Something'” by Elisabeth Bousonviller in Journal of the Short Story in English, vol. 49 (Autumn 2007)

“When You Look Away:   ‘Reality’ and Hemingway’s Verbal Imagination” (about “Cat in the Rain”) by Shigeo Kikuchi in Journal of the Short Story in English, vol. 49 (Autumn 2007)


Islands in the Stream (4)

“100-Proof Old Ernest, Most of It, Anyway” by Robin Macdonald for the 4 Oct. 1979 New York Times

“At Sea with Ernest Hemingway” by Christopher Ricks for the 8 Oct. 1970 New York Review of Books

“A Double Life, Half-Told” by Malcolm Cowley for the Dec. 1970 Atlantic magazine

Islands in the Stream, by Ernest Hemingway,” reviewed by Stephen Donadio for Commentary magazine, 1 Nov. 1970


Men without Women (8)

“The Aesthetics of Revealing/Concealing in ‘The Killers’ by Ernest Hemingway and in its Adaptation by Robert Siodmak” by Linda Collinge-Germain in Journal of the Short Story in English, vol. 59 (2012)

“Falling into the Embrace of the Muse:  Pregnancy as Problematic Creation in ‘Hills like White Elephants'” by Claude Maisonnat in Journal of the Short Story in English, vol. 49 (Autumn 2007)

“Fifty Grand” in the July 1927 Atlantic Monthly

“Fifty Grand,” a 30-minute radio drama from Columbia Workshop, 18 July 1937

“Gender-Linked Miscommunication in ‘Hills Like White Elephants’” by Pamela Smiley in Hemingway Review 8.1 (1988):  2-12.

“Hills like White Elephants,” an audio dramatization produced and directed by Stephen J. Pena on Soundcloud

“The Killers,” a 24-minute drama by the Radio Theatre Group of Glasgow, Scotland

“Moving to the Girl’s Side of ‘Hills Like White Elephants’” by Stanley Renner in Hemingway Review 15.1 (Fall 1995):  27-41.


A Moveable Feast (6)

“Ernest Hemingway’s Memoir of Paris in the Twenties” by Charles Poore for the 5 May 1964 New York Times

“Ernest Hemingway’s ‘Moveable Feast’ Still Satisfies” by Jonathan Yardley for the 13 Dec. 2006 Washington Post

“Hemingway as His Own Fable” by Alfred Kazin for the June 1964 Atlantic

“Hemingway’s Feast on the Move into New Edition” a roughly six-minute recording by Maureen Corrigan for NPR, 13 July 2009

“Hemingway’s Libidinous Feast” (about the restored edition of A Moveable Feast) by Christopher Hitchens for the June 2009 Atlantic

“Paris and Hemingway in the Spring” by Stanley Kauffman for the 9 May 1964 New Republic


The Old Man and the Sea (10)

“Books of the Times,” a review of The Old Man and the Sea by Orville Prescott for the 28 Aug. 1952 New York Times

“The Enduring Depths of The Old Man and the Sea, an interview with Jeffrey Meyers on NPR, 4 March 2006

“Great Moments:  Hemingway’s Captain” by F. Daniel Somrack for the March/April 1997 issue of Cigar Aficionado magazine

The Old Man and the Sea, a four-minute animation by Hagen Reiling and Marcel Schindler

The Old Man and the Sea, a 15-second video from Ad Agency Ogilvy and the Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park

The Old Man and the Sea (Hemingway)—Thug Notes Summary and Analysis

“The Old Man Who Loved the Sea, and Papa” by Stephen Kinzer for the 29 Jan.2002 New York Times

“The Real Old Man and the Sea” by Wayne Curtis for Fly Fisherman, 25 Sept. 2012

“William Faulkner’s Review of Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea (1952)” in Literature, by Jonathan Crow on Open Culture, 8 July 2014

“A Work of Distinctly Minor Hemingway Fiction” by John W. Aldridge for the Spring 1953 Virginia Quarterly Review


The Sun Also Rises (13)

“25 Years of a Hemingway Classic” by Carlos Baker for the New York Times, 29 April 1951

“Bullfights, Bankruptcy, and a Damn Dangerous Book,” a roughly three-minute recording from NPR by Ben Mezrich, 5 July 2012

“Character Studies:  Lady Brett Ashley” by Stephanie LaCava for Paris Review, 19July 2012

“Ernest Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises,” featuring a collection of images from the Hemingway Collection at the JFK Library

“Fitzgerald, Hemingway, and The Sun Also Rises” for, 12 July 1999

“From Pamplona, with Love:  The Sun Also Turns 90″ by Juan Vidal for NPR, 22 Oct. 2016

“How Sexual Rivalry, Fistfights, and Other Shenanigans Drove Hemingway,” an interview with Lesley M.M. Blume about her book Everybody Behaves Badly:  The True Story Behind Hemingway’s Masterpiece The Sun Also Risesfrom PBS NewsHour 1 July 2016

“My Adventures in Hemingway:  How I Lived Out a Novel at Odds with the Modern World” by Eric Bovim for, 26 July 2014

“Prairie to Paris:  Exploring the Worlds of My Antonia and The Sun Also Rises” from American Masters (includes a historical timeline, a synopsis of Hemingway’s novel, definitions of French and Spanish terms in the novel, an interactive map of Jake’s Paris, and information about bullfighting)

The Sun Also Rises (Hemingway)—Thug Notes Summary and Analysis

“Travel through Literature:  The Sun Also Rises” by Julie Koester for the Naples Herald, 17 July 2016

“The True Story of the Booze, Bullfights, and Brawls that Inspired Ernest Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises” by Lesley M.M. Blume for 12 May 2016 Vanity Fair online

“The Untold Story of the Woman Who Inspired Hemingway to write The Sun Also Rises” by Lesley M.M. Blume for Town and Country magazine, 4 June 2016


To Have and Have Not (3)

“Ernest Hemingway’s First Novel in Eight Years” by J. Donald Adams for the 17 Oct. 1937 New York Times

“There’s Something about Harry:  To Have and Have Not as Novel and Film” by Ed Krzemienski in 1 Aug. 1999 Bright Lights Journal

To Have and Have Not, an approximately hour-long drama from Lux Radio Theatre, starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall


The Torrents of Spring (2)

“Designed to Amuse:  Hemingway’s The Torrents of Spring and Intertextual Comedy” by Ross Tangedal for Midamerica vol. XLI

“Mr. Hemingway Writes Some High-Spirited Nonsense” in the 13 June 1926 New York Times


True at First Light (4)

“The Lion King” by James Wood for the 11 July 1999 New York Times

“A New Book by Hemingway; Blend of Life and Fiction Tells of African Bride” by Ralph Blumentahl in the New York Times, 24 June 1998

“The Son Also Rises” by Frederick Zackel for January magazine, July 1999

True at First Light Reading Group Guide” from Simon & Schuster


Under Kilimanjaro (2)

“Hemingway, Mau Mau, and the End of British Empire,” a paper delivered at the International Hemingway Society conference in Kansas City in 2008 by Guy J. Reynolds

“Introduction to an African Journal” by Ray Cave for Sports Illustrated, 20 Dec. 1971


Winner Take Nothing (4)

“Books of the Times,” a review of the book, by John Chamberlain for the 27 Oct. 1933 New York Times

A 13-minute podcast of “A Clean, Well-Lighted Place”

“Deviation and In-Betweenness in ‘The Sea Change'” by Alice Clark-Wehinger in Journal of the Short Story in English, vol. 49 (Autumn 2007)

“The ‘I’ and the Voice:  Interpreting the Narrator’s Anonym in Ernest Hemingway’s ‘Light of the World'” by Emilie Walezak in Journal of the Short Story in English, vol. 49 (Autumn 2007)

“To Embrace or Kill:  Fathers and Sons” by Richard McCann


Literary Modernism (4)

“Inside the Whale Inside:  A Hypertextual Journey into the Belly of Modernism” by Robert Scholes

“Lost Generation,” an article by Christina Hennecken on Modblog:  The Encyclopedia of American Literary Modernism

“Modernism” from the American Literature Network

“Modernism and Experimentation, 1914-1945” from the “Outline of American Literature” written by Kathryn VanSpanckeren and published by the United States Information Agency


Teaching Resources (7)

“Hemingway, Fitzgerald, Faulkner,” an open course by Wai Chee Dimock, William Lampson Professor of English and American Studies from Yale University

Introduction to Teaching Hemingway and Modernism (Kent State University Press, 2015, edited by Joseph Fruscione

“Masculinity and Gender in A Farewell to Arms:  Creating Understanding in the Seconday School Classroom,” an undergraduate thesis by John G. Draughton III at the University of North Carolina at Asheville, Fall 2006

The Old Man and the Sea teacher’s notes and classroom support sheets by Chris Barcock

 “Teaching the American 20s:  Exploring the Decade Through Literature and Art” sponsored by the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas at Austin

“Teacher’s Guide” to A Farewell to Arms for the Big Read of the National Endowment for the Arts

“Teaching Hemingway:  So Ugly, So Beautiful,” a roughly 13-minute TedX talk by Mark Ott