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RQ-260734-18
The Letters of Ernest Hemingway
Sandra Spanier, Pennsylvania State University, Main Campus

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The Letters of Ernest Hemingway, Volume 5 (1932-1934) (Book)
Title: The Letters of Ernest Hemingway, Volume 5 (1932-1934)
Author: Ernest Hemingway
Editor: Sandra Spanier
Editor: Miriam B. Mandel
Editor: Krista Quesenberry, Volume Associate Editor
Editor: Verna Kale, Volume Associate Editor
Editor: Albert J. DeFazio III, Volume Associate Editor
Abstract: The Letters of Ernest Hemingway, Volume 5, spanning 1932 through May 1934, traces the completion and publication of Death in the Afternoon and Winner Take Nothing. During this intensely active period, Hemingway hunts in Arkansas and Wyoming, fishes the waters off Key West and Cuba, revisits Madrid and Paris, and undertakes a long-anticipated African safari. He witnesses transitions at home and abroad: the deepening Great Depression, Prohibition-era rumrunning, revolution in Cuba, and political unrest in Spain. His readership and celebrity continue to expand as he begins writing for the new men's magazine Esquire. As the volume ends, Hemingway has just acquired his beloved boat, Pilar. The letters detail these events as well as his relationships with his family, friends, publishers, critics and literary contemporaries including editor Maxwell Perkins, Archibald MacLeish, John Dos Passos, Ezra Pound, and F. Scott Fitzgerald. Together the letters paint an intimate self-portrait of this multi-faceted, self-confident, energetic artist in his prime.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.cambridge.org/us/academic/subjects/literature/literary-texts/letters-ernest-hemingway-19321934-volume-5?format=HB&isbn=9780521897372
Primary URL Description: Cambridge University Press Webpage for Volume 5, with sample content (on "Contents" tab) and previous volumes in the Series (via "Related Books" tab).
Access Model: Hardcover book
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Type: Scholarly Edition
ISBN: 9780521897372
Copy sent to NEH?: No

The Letters of Ernest Hemingway: Volume 1, 1907-1922 (Book)
Title: The Letters of Ernest Hemingway: Volume 1, 1907-1922
Author: Ernest Hemingway
Editor: Sandra Spanier
Editor: Robert W. Trogdon
Abstract: The first volume in this edition of all surviving letters of Ernest Hemingway encompasses his youth, his experience in World War I, and his arrival in Paris. Unguarded and never intended for publication, the letters record experiences that inspired his art, afford insight into his creative process, and express his candid assessments of his own work and that of his contemporaries. Included are the General Editor’s Introduction to the Edition by Sandra Spanier, a Foreword to the Volume by Linda Patterson Miller, and an Introduction to the Volume by Robert W. Trogdon, along with detailed annotations, chronology, five maps, illustrations, roster of correspondents, calendar of letters, and index.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/letters-of-ernest-hemingway/3F1E20666EB09C327878F86968AD594A
Primary URL Description: Cambridge Core online access to Volume 1, which includes the entire electronic version of the book, separated into book sections as well as each individual letter
Access Model: For institutional purchase through Cambridge Core
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Type: Scholarly Edition
ISBN: 9780511815119
Copy sent to NEH?: No

The Letters of Ernest Hemingway: Volume 1, 1907-1922 (Book)
Title: The Letters of Ernest Hemingway: Volume 1, 1907-1922
Author: Ernest Hemingway
Editor: Robert W. Trogdon
Editor: Sandra Spanier
Abstract: The first volume in this edition of all surviving letters of Ernest Hemingway encompasses his youth, his experience in World War I, and his arrival in Paris. Unguarded and never intended for publication, the letters record experiences that inspired his art, afford insight into his creative process, and express his candid assessments of his own work and that of his contemporaries. Included are the General Editor’s Introduction to the Edition by Sandra Spanier, a Foreword to the Volume by Linda Patterson Miller, and an Introduction to the Volume by Robert W. Trogdon, along with detailed annotations, chronology, five maps, illustrations, roster of correspondents, calendar of letters, and index.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.cambridge.org/us/academic/subjects/literature/american-literature/letters-ernest-hemingway-volume-1?format=AR
Primary URL Description: Cambridge University Press website with access to purchase the eBook
Access Model: For purchase by individuals as retail eBook
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Type: Scholarly Edition
ISBN: 9781108937832
Copy sent to NEH?: No

The Letters of Ernest Hemingway: Volume 2, 1923-1925 (Book)
Title: The Letters of Ernest Hemingway: Volume 2, 1923-1925
Author: Ernest Hemingway
Editor: Robert W. Trogdon
Editor: Sandra Spanier
Editor: Albert J. DeFazio III
Abstract: The second volume in this edition of all surviving letters of Ernest Hemingway illuminates Hemingway’s literary apprenticeship in the legendary milieu of expatriate Paris in the 1920s. We witness the development of his friendships with the likes of Sylvia Beach, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and John Dos Passos. Striving to “make it new,” he emerges from the tutelage of Ezra Pound and Gertrude Stein to forge a new style, gaining recognition as one of the most formidable talents of his generation. In this period, Hemingway publishes his first three books, including In Our Time (1925), and discovers a lifelong passion for Spain and the bullfight, quickly transforming his experiences into fiction as The Sun Also Rises (1926). The
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/letters-of-ernest-hemingway/50ED9470282DB96A2EEA3F4A0AC97707
Primary URL Description: Cambridge Core online access to Volume 2, which includes the entire electronic version of the book, separated into book sections as well as each individual letter
Access Model: For institutional purchase through Cambridge Core
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Type: Scholarly Edition
ISBN: 9781139017220
Copy sent to NEH?: No

The Letters of Ernest Hemingway: Volume 2, 1923-1925 (Book)
Title: The Letters of Ernest Hemingway: Volume 2, 1923-1925
Author: Ernest Hemingway
Editor: Robert W. Trogdon
Editor: Sandra Spanier
Editor: Albert J. DeFazio III
Abstract: The second volume in this edition of all surviving letters of Ernest Hemingway illuminates Hemingway’s literary apprenticeship in the legendary milieu of expatriate Paris in the 1920s. We witness the development of his friendships with the likes of Sylvia Beach, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and John Dos Passos. Striving to “make it new,” he emerges from the tutelage of Ezra Pound and Gertrude Stein to forge a new style, gaining recognition as one of the most formidable talents of his generation. In this period, Hemingway publishes his first three books, including In Our Time (1925), and discovers a lifelong passion for Spain and the bullfight, quickly transforming his experiences into fiction as The Sun Also Rises (1926). The
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.cambridge.org/us/academic/subjects/literature/american-literature/letters-ernest-hemingway-volume-2?format=AR
Primary URL Description: Cambridge University Press website with access to purchase the eBook
Access Model: For purchase by individuals as retail eBook
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Type: Scholarly Edition
ISBN: 9781108937849
Copy sent to NEH?: No

The Letters of Ernest Hemingway: Volume 3, 1926-1929 (Book)
Title: The Letters of Ernest Hemingway: Volume 3, 1926-1929
Author: Ernest Hemingway
Editor: Robert W. Trogdon
Editor: Rena Sanderson
Editor: Sandra Spanier
Abstract: The Letters of Ernest Hemingway, Volume 3: 1926-1929, featuring many previously unpublished letters, follows a rising star as he emerges from the literary Left Bank of Paris and moves into the American mainstream. Maxwell Perkins, legendary editor at Scribner's, nurtured the young Hemingway's talent, accepting his satirical novel Torrents of Spring (1926) in order to publish what would become a signature work of the twentieth century: The Sun Also Rises (1926). By early 1929 Hemingway had completed A Farewell to Arms. Hemingway's letters of this period also reflect landmark events in his personal life, including the dissolution of his first marriage, his remarriage, the birth of his second son, and the suicide of his father. As the volume ends in April 1929, Hemingway is setting off from Key West to return to Paris and standing on the cusp of celebrity as one of the major writers of his time.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/letters-of-ernest-hemingway/AE5B7BD1C624715708277F813EFB5133
Primary URL Description: Cambridge Core online access to Volume 3, which includes the entire electronic version of the book, separated into book sections as well as each individual letter
Access Model: For institutional purchase through Cambridge Core
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Type: Scholarly Edition
ISBN: 9781108937696
Copy sent to NEH?: No

The Letters of Ernest Hemingway: Volume 3, 1926-1929 (Book)
Title: The Letters of Ernest Hemingway: Volume 3, 1926-1929
Author: Ernest Hemingway
Editor: Robert W. Trogdon
Editor: Rena Sanderson
Editor: Sandra Spanier
Abstract: The Letters of Ernest Hemingway, Volume 3: 1926-1929, featuring many previously unpublished letters, follows a rising star as he emerges from the literary Left Bank of Paris and moves into the American mainstream. Maxwell Perkins, legendary editor at Scribner's, nurtured the young Hemingway's talent, accepting his satirical novel Torrents of Spring (1926) in order to publish what would become a signature work of the twentieth century: The Sun Also Rises (1926). By early 1929 Hemingway had completed A Farewell to Arms. Hemingway's letters of this period also reflect landmark events in his personal life, including the dissolution of his first marriage, his remarriage, the birth of his second son, and the suicide of his father. As the volume ends in April 1929, Hemingway is setting off from Key West to return to Paris and standing on the cusp of celebrity as one of the major writers of his time.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.cambridge.org/us/academic/subjects/literature/american-literature/letters-ernest-hemingway-volume-3?format=AR
Primary URL Description: Cambridge University Press website with access to purchase the eBook
Access Model: For purchase by individuals as retail eBook
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Type: Scholarly Edition
ISBN: 9781108937856
Copy sent to NEH?: No

The Letters of Ernest Hemingway: Volume 4, 1929-1931 (Book)
Title: The Letters of Ernest Hemingway: Volume 4, 1929-1931
Author: Ernest Hemingway
Editor: Miriam B. Mandel
Editor: Sandra Spanier
Abstract: The Letters of Ernest Hemingway, Volume 4, spanning April 1929 through 1931, featuring many previously unpublished letters, records the establishment of Ernest Hemingway as an author of international renown following the publication of A Farewell to Arms. In 1930, Hemingway writes his treatise on bullfighting, Death in the Afternoon. Hemingway, now a professional writer, demonstrates a growing awareness of the literary marketplace, successfully negotiating with publishers and agents and responding to fan mail. He provides for his family, offers support to friends and colleagues, orchestrates fishing and hunting expeditions, and sees the birth of his third son. Despite suffering injuries to his writing arm in a car accident in November 1930, Hemingway writes and dictates an avalanche of letters.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/letters-of-ernest-hemingway/71CDB51554D7C5955695A4AD4E524B22
Primary URL Description: Cambridge Core online access to Volume 4, which includes the entire electronic version of the book, separated into book sections as well as each individual letter
Access Model: For institutional purchase through Cambridge Core
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Type: Scholarly Edition
ISBN: 9781139051361
Copy sent to NEH?: No

The Letters of Ernest Hemingway: Volume 4, 1929-1931 (Book)
Title: The Letters of Ernest Hemingway: Volume 4, 1929-1931
Author: Ernest Hemingway
Editor: Miriam B. Mandel
Editor: Sandra Spanier
Abstract: The Letters of Ernest Hemingway, Volume 4, spanning April 1929 through 1931, featuring many previously unpublished letters, records the establishment of Ernest Hemingway as an author of international renown following the publication of A Farewell to Arms. In 1930, Hemingway writes his treatise on bullfighting, Death in the Afternoon. Hemingway, now a professional writer, demonstrates a growing awareness of the literary marketplace, successfully negotiating with publishers and agents and responding to fan mail. He provides for his family, offers support to friends and colleagues, orchestrates fishing and hunting expeditions, and sees the birth of his third son. Despite suffering injuries to his writing arm in a car accident in November 1930, Hemingway writes and dictates an avalanche of letters.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.cambridge.org/us/academic/subjects/literature/literary-texts/letters-ernest-hemingway-volume-4?format=AR
Primary URL Description: Cambridge University Press website with access to purchase the eBook
Access Model: For purchase by individuals as retail eBook
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Type: Scholarly Edition
ISBN: 9781108937917
Copy sent to NEH?: No

The Letters of Ernest Hemingway: Volume 5, 1932-1934 (Book)
Title: The Letters of Ernest Hemingway: Volume 5, 1932-1934
Author: Ernest Hemingway
Editor: Miriam B. Mandel
Editor: Sandra Spanier
Abstract: The Letters of Ernest Hemingway, Volume 5, spanning 1932 through May 1934, traces the completion and publication of Death in the Afternoon and Winner Take Nothing. During this intensely active period, Hemingway hunts in Arkansas and Wyoming, fishes the waters off Key West and Cuba, revisits Madrid and Paris, and undertakes a long-anticipated African safari. He witnesses transitions at home and abroad: the deepening Great Depression, Prohibition-era rumrunning, revolution in Cuba, and political unrest in Spain. His readership and celebrity continue to expand as he begins writing for the new men's magazine Esquire. As the volume ends, Hemingway has just acquired his beloved boat, Pilar. The letters detail these events as well as his relationships with his family, friends, publishers, critics and literary contemporaries including editor Maxwell Perkins, Archibald MacLeish, John Dos Passos, Ezra Pound, and F. Scott Fitzgerald. Together the letters paint an intimate self-portrait of this multi-faceted, self-confident, energetic artist in his prime.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/letters-of-ernest-hemingway/5C72C1495E0869FDA84B7C9E29DAB1B4
Primary URL Description: Cambridge Core online access to Volume 5, which includes the entire electronic version of the book, separated into book sections as well as each individual letter
Access Model: For institutional purchase through Cambridge Core
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Type: Scholarly Edition
ISBN: 9781139051378
Copy sent to NEH?: No

The Letters of Ernest Hemingway: Volume 5, 1932-1934 (Book)
Title: The Letters of Ernest Hemingway: Volume 5, 1932-1934
Author: Ernest Hemingway
Editor: Miriam B. Mandel
Editor: Sandra Spanier
Abstract: The Letters of Ernest Hemingway, Volume 5, spanning 1932 through May 1934, traces the completion and publication of Death in the Afternoon and Winner Take Nothing. During this intensely active period, Hemingway hunts in Arkansas and Wyoming, fishes the waters off Key West and Cuba, revisits Madrid and Paris, and undertakes a long-anticipated African safari. He witnesses transitions at home and abroad: the deepening Great Depression, Prohibition-era rumrunning, revolution in Cuba, and political unrest in Spain. His readership and celebrity continue to expand as he begins writing for the new men's magazine Esquire. As the volume ends, Hemingway has just acquired his beloved boat, Pilar. The letters detail these events as well as his relationships with his family, friends, publishers, critics and literary contemporaries including editor Maxwell Perkins, Archibald MacLeish, John Dos Passos, Ezra Pound, and F. Scott Fitzgerald. Together the letters paint an intimate self-portrait of this multi-faceted, self-confident, energetic artist in his prime.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.cambridge.org/us/academic/subjects/literature/literary-texts/letters-ernest-hemingway-19321934-volume-5?format=AR
Primary URL Description: Cambridge University Press website with access to purchase the eBook
Access Model: For purchase by individuals as retail eBook
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Type: Scholarly Edition
ISBN: 9781108937955
Copy sent to NEH?: No


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