While this is not a comprehensive list of
Hemingway and Hemingway-related works
these are the volumes that are currently in
Hemingway Resource Center Library. We hope you find this list helpful in your research.
Hemingway, A Life Story, Carlos Baker,
Hemingway, A Biography, Jeffrey
Meyers, Harper & Row, 1985
Hemingway, A Life Without Consequences,
James R. Mellow, Houghton Mifflin, 1992
Hemingway, Kenneth S. Lynn, Fawcett
My Brother, Ernest Hemingway, Leicester
Hemingway, Pineapple Press, Inc., 1956, 1996.
The True Gen, An Intimate Portrait of Hemingway by Those Who
Knew Him, Denis Brian, Grove Press, 1988
Fitzgerald and Hemingway, A Dangerous Friendship,
Matthew J. Bruccoli, Carroll & Graf Publishers, 1994
Ernest Hemingway A to Z, Charles M.
Oliver, Checkmark Books, 1999
The Young Hemingway,
Michael Reynolds, Blackwell Publishers, 1986
Hemingway: The American Homecoming, Michael
Reynolds, Blackwell Publishers, 1992
Hemingway, The Paris Years, Michael
Reynolds, paperback, 1999
Hemingway, The 1930's, Michael
Reynolds, Norton Press, 1997
Hemingway, The Final Years, Michael
Hemingway In Love and War, The
Lost Diary of Agnes von Kurowsky, Henry S. Villard, James Nagel,
Northwestern University Press, 1989
Hemingway, The Toronto Years, William
Burrill, Doubleday, 1994
Ernest Hemingway and His World, Anthony
Burgess, Scribners, 1978
Papa Hemingway, A Personal Memoir, A.E.
Hotchner, Random House, 1966
Papa Goes to War, Ernest Hemingway in Europe, 1944-45,
Charles Whiting, Crowood Press, 1990
Less Than A Treason, Hemingway in Paris,
Peter Griffin, Oxford University Press, 1990
Along With Youth, Hemingway: The Early Years,
Peter Griffin, Oxford University Press, 1985
Ernest Hemingway, The Life and Death of a Man,
Alfred G. Aronowitz, Peter Hamill, Lancer Books, 1961
The Apprenticeship of Ernest Hemingway, The Early Years,
Charles A. Fenton, Plantin Paperbacks, 1987 (Originally published, 1954)
How It Was, Mary Welsh Hemingway, Knopf,
Ernest Hemingway Rediscovered, Scribners,
1988. A great collection of photographs from Papa's cuban days. Photos by Robeto Herrera
Sotolongo and text by Norberto Fuentes.
Hemingway's Spain, Chronicle Books 1989.
Photos by Loomis Dean, text by Barnaby Conrad.
Ernest Hemingway: An Illustrated
Biography, David Sandison, 1999,
Chicago Review Press. An extensive collection of Hemingway photos with
text by Sandison.
Hemingway: A Writer in His Time, Frederick
Voss with an essay by Michael Reynolds, Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in
association with Yale University Press.
Psychoanalysis and the Mirror of Manhood, Carl P. Eby, SUNY
Hemingway, The Writer as Artist,
Carlos Baker, Princeton University Press, 1972
The Cambridge Companion To Ernest Hemingway,
Scott Donaldson, ed., Cambridge University Press, 1996
Modern Critical Views, Ernest Hemingway,
Harold Bloom, ed., Chelsea House, 1985
Remaking Modern Fiction, Ernest Hemingway,
Paul Rink, Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1962
Alcohol and the Writer, Donald W. Goodwin,
M.D., Penguin Books, 1988, 1990
The Thirsty Muse, Alcohol and American Writer,
Tom Dardis, Ticknor & Fields, 1989
Jack London, Hemingway and the Constitution,
Selected Essays 1977-1992, E.L. Doctorow, Random House, 1993
New Critical Approaches to the Short Stories of
Ernest Hemingway, Jackson J. Benson, ed., Duke University Press, 1990
Books By Hemingway...
Three Stories & Ten Poems, Contact
Publishing Company, 1923 (facsimile ed. Brucolli Clark Books, 1977) Hemingway's first
book, including the stories Up in Michigan, Out of Season and My Old Man, plus ten poems.
in our time, Three Mountain Press, 1924.
This is the first version that is comprised of just the small vignettes.
In Our Time, Boni & Liveright, 1925.
Fifteen stories, culminating with Big Two Hearted River (Parts I&II), arguably
Hemingway's finest story.
The Torrents of Spring, Scribner's, 1926.
The Sun Also Rises, Scribner's, 1926.
The book that established Hemingway as a literary force.
Fiesta, Pan Books, 1972. The British
version of The Sun Also Rises.
Men Without Women, Scribner's, 1927.
A Farewell To Arms, Scribner's, 1929.
Many consider this to be the best American novel to emerge from World War I. This
book confirmed Hemingway as the preeminent writer of his generation. He had just turned
Death In The Afternoon, Scribner's, 1932.
A comprehensive work on the art of bullfighting blended with wry observations on
writing, and lightened by Hemingway's keen wit.
Winner Take Nothing, Scribner's, 1933.
Green Hills of Africa, Scribners, 1935.
Hemingway "attempted to write an absolutely true book to see whether the shape
of a country and the pattern of month's action can, if truly presented, compete with a
work of the imagination." An enjoyable travel book written in the form of a novel
with an underlying current of Hemingway's writing theories thrown in for good measure.
To Have and Have Not, Scribners, 1937.
Panned by most of the critics, except those from the left who saw a developing
socialism in Hemingway's fiction, it is still an exciting read that was actually a
quilting of three stories, two previously published pieces, "One Trip Across"
(1934) and "The Tradesman's Return" (1936), and the long third section he added
to give it continuity.
The Fifth Column and the First Forty-nine Stories,
Scribner's, 1938. A play about the Spanish Civil War and his collected stories.
Another version of The Fifth Column was released in 1969 with four previously
For Whom the Bell Tolls, Scrinber's, 1940.
Across the River and Into the Trees,
The Old Man and The Sea, Scribner's, 1952.
A Moveable Feast, Scribner's, 1964.
Hemingway's memoir of his early days in Paris.
Islands in the Stream, Scribner's, 1970.
The Nick Adams Stories, Scribner's, 1972. A collection of all of
Hemingway's stories with Nick Adams as a character. Placed in
chronological order, these stories read like a novel.
The Dangerous Summer, Scribners, 1985. The
Life magazine article that ballooned into a book-length work. Hemingway writes about the
bullfighting rivalry between Antonio Ordonez and Luis Miguel Dominguin and their mano a
mano during the summer of 1959.
The Garden of Eden, Scribner's, 1986.
The Hemingway Reader, Scribner's, 1953. A
collection of Hemingway's different works, edited by Charles Poore.
The Complete Short Stories of Ernest Hemingway,
The Finca Vigia Edition, Scribner's, 1987. All Hemingway's stories, including some
previously unpublished pieces with a forward by Hemingway's three sons.
Ernest Hemingway, Selected Letters, 1917-1961,
Scribner's, 1981. As fascinating as any of the Hemingway biographies, Hemingway's sense of
humor and broad intellect shows throughout.
True At First Light, Scribner's, 1999.
African novel released in July of 1999 to coincide with Hemingway's 100th birthday.
Collections of Hemingway's
Hemingway, The Wild Years, Dell, 1962,
editor, Gene Hanrahan.
By-Line: Ernest Hemingway, Scribner's,
1967, editor, William White.
Ernest Hemingway: Cub Reporter,
University of Pittsburgh Press, 1970, editor, Matthew Brucolli.
Ernest Hemingway, Dateline: Toronto,
Scribners, 1985. Hemingway's Toronto Star dispatches from 1920-1924, edited by William
Other Hemingway Related Books...
Hemingway and his Conspirators,
Hollywood, Scribners, and the Making of American Celebrity Culture,
Leonard J. Leff, Rowman & Littlefield, 1997
The Hemingway Cookbook, Craig Boreth, Chicago Review Press, 1998