|aHemingway and the natural world /|cedited by Robert E. Fleming.
|aMoscow, Idaho :|bUniversity of Idaho Press,|c1999.
|aix, 269 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aIntroduction / Robert E. Fleming -- "Hemingway and the natural world," keynote address, seventh international Hemingway conference / Terry Tempest Williams -- Whose nature?: differing narrative perspectives in Hemingway's "Big Two-Hearted river" / Fredrik Chr. Br涿ger -- Man cannot live by dry flies alone: fly rods, grasshoppers, and an adaptive catholicity in Hemingway's "Big Two-Hearted river" / David N. Cremean -- Hemingway's use of a natural resource: Indians / Peter L. Hays -- Roosevelt and Hemingway: natural history, manliness, and the rhetoric of the strenuous life / Suzanne Clark --Shadow rider: the Hemingway hero as Western archetype / James Plath -- Hemingway's constructed Africa: Green hills of Africa and the conventions of colonial sporting books / Lawrence H. Martin -- Memory, grief, and the terrain of desire: Hemingway's Green hills of Africa / Ann Putnam -- "The African book": Hemingway major and late in the natural world / Robert W. Lewis -- Dead rabbits, bad milk, and lost eggs: women, nature, and myth in For whom the bell tolls / Lisa Tyler -- Shifting orders: chaos and order in For whom the bell tolls / Rod Romesburg -- Moving earth: ecofeminist sites in Hemingway's For whom the bell tolls and Gellhorn's A stricken field / Cecilia Konchar Farr -- Hemingway's gentle hunters: contradiction or duality? / Charlene M. Murphy -- Hemingway's late life relationship with birds / Robin Gajdusek -- Bird hunting and male bonding in Hemingway's fiction and family / James Hughes Meredith -- Freedom and motion, place and placelessness: on the road in Hemingway's America / H.R. Stoneback -- Vardis Fisher: Ernest Hemingway's stern Idaho critic / Joseph M. Flora -- Dateline Sun Valley: the press coverage of the death of Ernest Hemingway / John R. Bittner.
|aHemingway, Ernest,|d1899-1961|xKnowledge|xNatural history.