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Contents Acknowledgments vii Maps Hemingway's Italy ix Locations of Hemingway and Frederic Henry in World War I xi Abbreviations xiii Introduction 1 Hemingway's Italy: Paradise Lost Rena Sanderson I. Hemingway and Italy: The Early Years The Italian Education of Ernest Hemingway 000 Nancy R. Comley Bringing "Italianicity" Home: Hemingway Returns to Oak Park 000 Kim Moreland A Captain in Hemingway's Court? The Story of Ernest Hemingway, A Farewell to Arms, and the Unpublished Papers of Robert W. Bates 000 Steven Florczyk II. Italian Politics and Hemingway's Literary Response Of Mussolini and Macaroni: Hemingway, Fitzgerald, and Expatriate "Italianicity"000 Kirk Curnutt "The Revolutionist": Historical Context and Political Ideology 000 Lawrence H. Martin Anti-Fascist Symbols and Subtexts in A Farewell to Arms: Hemingway, Mussolini, and Journalism in the 1920s 000 John Robert Bittner (completed and revised by Joseph M. Flora) Who's the Foreigner Now? Rethinking 1920s American Prejudice in A Farewell to Arms 000 Jeffrey A. Schwarz III. Hemingway's Craftsmanship: The Italian Works Angling for Affection: Absent Fathers, Fatherhood, and Fishing in A Farewell to Arms 000 J. Gerald Kennedy Hemingway's Stresa Getting It Right: Actual and Symbolic Landscape, Deep Structure, and the Borromean Subtext 000 H. R. Stoneback "Arms and the Man": An Italian Lineage for the Wedding of Love and War in A Farewell to Arms 000 Beverly Taylor "Suddenly and Unreasonably": Shooting the Sergeant in A Farewell to Arms 000 Ellen Andrews Knodt At the Heart of A Farewell to Arms 000 Linda Wagner-Martin Ettore Moretti: Hemingway's "Legitimate War Hero"? 000 Robert E. Fleming Internal Structures: The Conservatism of A Farewell to Arms 000 Miriam B. Mandel Nick Adams in Italy 000 Joseph M. Flora Painters and Paintings in Across the River and into the Trees 000 Margaret O'Shaughnessey Wrath and Agony in Across the River and into the Trees 000 Stephen L. Tanner IV. Hemingway and Italian Literature Hemingway, the Embodiment of the American Myth, and Italian Leftist Writers 000 Vita Fortunati Selected Bibliography: Italian Works by Ernest Hemingway 000 Contributors 000 Index 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961 -- Homes and haunts -- Italy.
Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961 -- Knowledge -- Italy.
Novelists, American -- 20th century -- Biography.
Americans -- Italy -- History -- 20th century.
Journalists -- United States -- Biography.
Italy -- Foreign public opinion, American.
American fiction -- Italian influences.
Italy -- In literature.