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  Volume 29, Number 1, Fall 2009

Table of Contents

Articles

PEN Hemingway Prize Keynote Address Delivered at the John F. Kennedy Library 29 March 2009

pp. 8-15
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"New Coke vs. Old Coke": The Debate Over A Moveable Feast: The Restored Edition

pp. 16-23
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A Moveable Feast: The Restored Edition: A Review and a Collation of Differences

pp. 24-45
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"Unpopularity is the Least of My Worries": Captain R.W. Bates and Lieutenant E.M. Hemingway

pp. 46-60
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The Jungle Out There: Nick Adams Takes to the Road

pp. 61-72
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"Brett Couldn't Hold Him": Lady Ashley, Pedro Romero, and the Madrid Sequence of The Sun Also Rises

pp. 73-86
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Hemingway's Pragmatism: Truth, Utility, and Concrete Particulars in A Farewell to Arms

pp. 87-102
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A Clash of Certainties, Old and New: For Whom the Bell Tolls and the Inner War of Ernest Hemingway

pp. 103-122
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Notes

Hemingway, Gender Identity, and the "Paris 1922" Apprenticeship

pp. 123-133
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Rabbit at the Riverside: Names and Impossible Crossings in Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls

pp. 134-139
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Esquire's Failure with Hemingway's "Bimini "

pp. 140-144
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An Error in the Introduction to A Moveable Feast: The Restored Edition

pp. 146-147
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Reviews

Fitzgerald & Hemingway: Works and Days (review)

pp. 147-151
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"Dialogue with a Maestro": An Interview with Eric Ting Adapter and Director of a Production of the The Old Man and The Sea

pp. 152-156
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Current Bibliography

Current Bibliography

pp. 160-169
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Bulletin Board

Bulletin Board

pp. 170-172
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Research Areas

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