Ernest Hemingway. Supplement to Ernest Hemingway: A Comprehensive Bibliography

Ernest Hemingway. Supplement to Ernest Hemingway: A Comprehensive Bibliography

AUDRE HANNEMAN
Copyright Date: 1975
Pages: 406
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    Ernest Hemingway. Supplement to Ernest Hemingway: A Comprehensive Bibliography
    Book Description:

    This supplementary bibliography describes work by and about Ernest Hemingway published between 1966 and 1973.

    Part One lists publications by Hemingway, including six recent books, new editions of previously published volumes, and work by other authors to which Hemingway contributed. Translations and anthologies are entered, as are previously unpublished writings and material reprinted in newspapers and periodicals (including articles recently attributed to Hemingway).

    The first half of Part Two lists 448 books and pamphlets on or mentioning Hemingway. The second half describes work that appeared in newspapers and journals, including articles, reviews, poems, critical essays, and textual studies. Foreign publications arc noted throughout Part Two. Omissions to the first volume of the bibliography have been entered in each section.

    Originally published in 1975.

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Table of Contents

  1. Front Matter
    (pp. i-vi)
  2. PREFACE
    (pp. vii-x)
    Audre Hanneman
  3. Table of Contents
    (pp. xi-xi)
  4. ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS WORK
    (pp. xii-xii)
  5. PART ONE
    • CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF HEMINGWAY’S BOOKS
      (pp. 1-2)
    • SECTION A BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS
      (pp. 3-36)

      The books in this section are listed chronologically according to the date of their first publication. This arrangement allows for the six new books to be placed appropriately at the end of the section. While the entry numbers do not correspond with those in the bibliography, the alphabetical designations for the various editions are a continuation of those used in the bibliography; e.g., in the bibliography the various editions ofThe Old Man and the Seaare numbered and lettered A24a to A24e, in this supplement they are S-A9f to S-A9h. The English editions, which follow the American editions, are...

    • SECTION B CONTRIBUTIONS AND FIRST APPEARANCES IN BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS
      (pp. 39-48)
    • SECTION C CONTRIBUTIONS TO NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS
      (pp. 51-64)

      This section comprises both first appearances and reprinted work in newspapers, periodicals, and hardcover serial publications. It includes “The Spanish War,” nineteen of Hemingway’s NANA dispatches on the Spanish Civil War, which was published inFact(London), No. 16 (July 1938). This item was inadvertently omitted from the bibliography.

      The December 1920 issue of theCo-operative Commonwealth(C52) is still the only issue that has been located containing work by Hemingway. However, since publication of the bibliography, twelveKansas City Starstories, written during 1917-1918, have been attributed to Hemingway by Donald Hoffman, Mel Foor, Matthew J. Bruccoli, and C....

    • SECTION D TRANSLATIONS
      (pp. 67-78)

      This section was largely compiled from theIndex translationum(the International Bibliography of Translations published annually in Paris by UNESCO), and supplemented by collectors’ copies, library copies, and correspondence with Hemingway’s foreign publishers. I am especially indebted to Frau Allo Becker-Berke of Rowohlt Verlag, Kirsten Jacobsen of Lademann, W. Hirsch of Bonniers, F. E. Breitenstein of A.J.G. Strengholt, and Mrs. Maria Barra of Mondadori....

    • SECTION E ANTHOLOGIES
      (pp. 81-100)

      This section is listed chronologically, and is alphabetized within each year by the editor’s name or, if no editor is given, by the title of the collection. With a few exceptions, new and revised editions have been listed only when there has been a change in the selection.

      The index of short fiction anthologies by Landon C. Burns inStudies in Short Fiction, vii (Winter 1970), was a particularly helpful source for this listing. Other sources included Keneth Kinnamon’s addenda to the bibliography in theJournal of English and Germanic Philology, lxviii (July 1969), and George Monteiro’s checklist of Portuguese...

    • SECTION F LIBRARY HOLDINGS OF MANUSCRIPTS AND LETTERS; FACSIMILES OF MANUSCRIPTS; PUBLISHED LETTERS AND EPHEMERA
      (pp. 103-132)

      The first part of this section is mainly comprised of library holdings of Hemingway manuscripts and letters. The libraries who had reported Hemingway holdings in the bibliography were again contacted regarding new acquisitions. Letters were also sent to libraries reporting Hemingway material in theNational Union Catalogue for Manuscripts. For additional libraries with Hemingway holdings, the bibliographer is indebted to J. Albert Robbins, Chairman of the Committee on Manuscript Holdings for the revision ofAmerican Literary Manuscripts.

      The collection of Hemingway papers which Mary Hemingway has deposited in the John F. Kennedy Library are now available with Mrs. Hemingway’s permission...

  6. PART TWO
    • SECTION G BOOKS ON OR SIGNIFICANTLY MENTIONING HEMINGWAY
      (pp. 137-208)
    • SECTION H NEWSPAPER AND PERIODICAL MATERIAL ON HEMINGWAY THROUGH 1973
      (pp. 211-352)

      The items in this section have been culled from many sources, including theMLA International Bibliography, Book Review Digest, Book Review Index, American Literary Scholarship, British Humanities Index, andReaders’ Guide to Periodical Literature. Three new reference works were particularly helpful:An Index to Literature in The New Yorker: Volumes I-XV, 1925-1940by Robert Owen Johnson, Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press, 1969;The Contemporary Novel: A Checklist of Critical Literature on the British and American Novel Since 1945by Irving Adelman and Rita Dworkin, Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press, 1972, pp. 254-281; andArticles on Twentieth-Century Literature: An Annotated Bibliography, 1954 to...

  7. PART THREE
    • APPENDIX: LIST OF NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS CITED IN SECTIONS C AND H
      (pp. 355-364)
  8. INDEX
    (pp. 365-393)
  9. Back Matter
    (pp. 394-394)