The Hemingway Review Vol.24 No.1 Fall 2004

The Hemingway Review Vol.24 No.1 Fall 2004

Table of Contents

• Foreword by Elizabeth Gardner Lombardi

• An Interview with Papa's Little Sister by Gail Sinclair, Carol Hemingway

• Recollections by Carol Hemingway Gardner, Morris Buske

• A Visit by Carol Hemingway Gardner, Gail Sinclair

• Two Girls by Carol Hemingway Gardner, Gail Sinclair

• Carol and Ernest Hemingway: The Letters of Loss by Gail Sinclair

• Afterword by Elizabeth Gardner Lombardi

• "H&I": PEN/Hemingway Prize Speech Presented at the John F. Kennedy Library 4 April 2004 by Russell Banks

• Reading Around Jake's Narration: Brett Ashley and The Sun Also Rises by Lorie Watkins Fulton

• Why Does Mother Elliot Cry? Cornelia's Sexuality in "Mr. and Mrs. Elliot" by Matthew Stewart

• Tradition and the Individual Bullfighter: The Lost Legacy of the Matador in Hemingway's "The Capital of the World" by Emily C. Hoffman

• The Sons of Maxwell Perkins: Letters of F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, Thomas Wolfe, and Their Editor (review) by Kenneth Panda

• Welcome to Havana, Senor Hemingway (review) by Steve Paul

• Henry James and Queer Modernity (review) by Lisa Tyler

• Authors Inc.: Literary Celebrity in the Modern United States, 1880-1980 (review) by Suzanne Del Gizzo

• Current Bibliography: Annotated by Albert J. DeFazio, Patrick Gregg

• News from the Hemingway Collection by Susan Wrynn, James M. Roth

• Bulletin Board

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