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Ernest Hemingway In His Time

An Internet source page and online exhibition
from the University of Delaware Library
Newark, Delaware


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Ernest Hemingway in His Time: an exhibition

An online exhibition curated by L. Rebecca Johnson Melvin and Timothy D. Murray. The online exhibition revises and updates the original exhibition, which was on view in the Special Collections Exhibition Gallery at the Hugh M. Morris Library from August 25 - December 16, 1995.

Introduction | Earliest Writing | Honing the Craft of Writing | Placed in Paris | Appearing in the Little Magazines | From Liveright to Scribner's | The Sun Also Rises | A Farewell to Arms | Death in the Afternoon | Green Hills of Africa | To Have and Have Not | The Spanish Civil War | For Whom the Bell Tolls | The Old Man and the Sea | Stories | Louis Henry Cohn | Death of a Legendary Writer | Posthumous Works


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Primary Sources at University of Delaware Library

Louis Henry and Marguerite Cohn - Hemingway Collection | Ernest Hemingway Manuscripts | Ernest Hemingway Collection | Comprehensive printed holdings may be searched through the Library's online catalog DELCAT | Selected Sources from the Media Services Department


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Ernest Hemingway Sources on the Internet

Literary Traveler: Ernest Hemingway's Places is a good point of departure for events and sites planned in celebration of the centennial of Hemingway's birth | The Ernest Hemingway Collection is at the John F. Kennedy Library | Princeton University Library has a collection of photographs of Ernest Hemingway | Picturing Hemingway: a Writer in His Time is an exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery | The Hemingway Society sponsors international scholarship and research on Ernest Hemingway | The Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park emphasizes his Illinois origins | Key West, Florida, is the site of the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum | The Toronto Star has digitized a number of its Hemingway columns written for the Star between 1920 and 1924 |


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