Hemingway: Selected Criticism

Bibliography Prepared by
Michelle Gallinger, Michael Lundblad, and Meredith Willey


  • Balassi, William, "The Writing of the Maunscript of The Sun Also Rises, with a Chart of Its Session-by-Session Development," The Hemingway Review 6.1 (1986): 65-78.


  • Baldwin, Marc D., "Class Consciousness and the Ideology of Dominance in The Sun Also Rises,." McNeese Review 33 (1990): 14-33.


  • Baskett, Sam S., "An Image to Dance Around: Brett and her Lovers in The Sun Also Rises," in Ernest Hemingway: Six Decades of Criticism (East Lansing, MI:Michigan State UP, 1987): 93-112.


  • Bier, Jesse, "Jake Barnes, Cockroaches, and Trout in The Sun Also Rises," Arizona Quarterly 39.2 (1983): 164-71.


  • Blackmore, David, "In New York It'd Mean I was a...: Masculinity Anxiety and Period Discourses of Sexuality in The Sun Also Rises," The Hemingway Review 18.1, (1998): 49-67.


  • Bloom, Harold, ed., Ernest Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises, (New York: Chelsea, 1987).
          * Spilka's "Death of Love in TSAR"


  • Cowan, S.A., "Robert-Cohn, The Fool of Ecclesiastes in The Sun Also Rises," Dalhousie Review 63.1 (1983).


  • Elliot, Ira, "Performance Art: Jake Barnes and 'Masculine' Signification in The Sun Also Rises," American Literature 67.1 (1995): 77-94.


  • * Hinkle, James, "What's Funny in The Sun Also Rises," in Ernest Hemingway: Six Decades of Criticism (East Lansing, MI: Michigan State UP, 1987): 77-92.


  • Hinkle, James, "Some Unexpected Sources for The Sun Also Rises," The Hemingway Review 2.1 (1982): 26-42.


  • Inge, M. Thomas, ed., "The Sun Also Rises (1926)," in Ernest Hemingway: The Critical Reception (Burt Franklin, 1977): 31-50.


  • Morrow, P.D., "The Bought Generation- Another Look at Money in The Sun Also Rises," Genre 13.1 (1980).


  • Nissen, Axel, "Outing Jake Barnes: The Sun Also Rises and the Gay World," American Studies in Scandinavia 31.2 (1999): 42-57.


  • * Reynolds, Michael, "The Sun in Its Time: Recovering the Historical Context," in New Essays on The Sun Also Rises, Ed. Linda Wagner-Martin. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1987. 43-64.


  • Rudat, Wolfgang, "Hemingway, The Sun Also Rises -- Masculinity, Feminism, and Gender-Role Reversal," American Imago 47.1 (1990): 43-68.


  • Schwartz, Nina, "Lovers' Discourse in The Sun Also Rises: A Cock and Bull Story," Criticism 26.1 (1984): 49-69.


  • Schwarz, Jeffrey A., "The Saloon Must Go, and I will Take it With Me: American Prohibition, Nationalism, and Expatriation in The Sun Also Rises," Studies in the Novel 33.2 (Sum 2001): 180-201.


  • Shapiro, Charles, ed., Twelve Original Essays on Great American Novels (Detroit, MI: Wayne State UP, 1958).


  • Strychacz, Thomas, "Dramatizations of Manhood in Hemingway's In Our Time and The Sun Also Rises," American Literature 61.2 (1989): 245-60.


  • Traber, Daniel S., "Whiteness and the Rejected Other in The Sun Also Rises," Studies in American Fiction, 28.2 (2000): 235-253.


  • White, William, ed., The Merrill Studies in The Sun Also Rises, (Columbus, OH: Merrill, 1969).