Introduction / Harold Bloom -- Ernest Hemingway, psalmist / George Monteiro -- Presupposition and the coconspirator / Donald E. Hardy -- The novel as war: lies and truth in Hemingway's A farewell to arms / Margot Norris -- Hemingway and the creation of twentieth-century dialogue / Robert Paul Lamb -- Harry or Ernest? the unresolved ambiguity in "The snows of Kilimanjaro" / Norman Friedman -- Santiago and the eternal feminine: gendering la mar in The old man and the sea / Susan F. Beegel -- Sartre, Nada, and Hemingway's African stories / Ben Stoltzfus -- "A very sinister book": The sun also rises as critique of pastoral / David Savola -- Cultural imperialism, Afro-Cuban religion, and Santiago's failure in Hemingway's The old man and the sea / Philip Melling -- "Brett couldn't hold him": Lady Ashley, Pedro Romero, and the Madrid sequence of The sun also rises / Donald A. Daiker
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