Short Stories of Ernest Hemingway

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Notes

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  2. ^ a b Reynolds (2000), 17–18
  3. ^ Meyers (1985), 4
  4. ^ Oliver (1999), 134
  5. ^ Meyers (1985), 8
  6. ^ a b Reynolds (2000), 19
  7. ^ Meyers (1985), 3
  8. ^ a b Beegel (2000), 63–71
  9. ^ Mellow (1992), 21
  10. ^ Griffin (1985), 25
  11. ^ a b Meyers (1985), 19–23
  12. ^ "Star style and rules for writing". The Kansas City Star. KansasCity.com. Retrieved November 30, 2011.
  13. ^ Mellow (1992), 48–49
  14. ^ Meyers (1985), 27–31
  15. ^ Pizer (1986)
  16. ^ a b Mellow (1992), 57–60
  17. ^ Mellow (1992), 61
  18. ^ a b c d e f "Hemingway on War and Its Aftermath". archives.gov. August 15, 2016. Retrieved July 11, 2017. 
  19. ^ Desnoyers, 3
  20. ^ Meyers (1985), 37–42, 34
  21. ^ Meyers (1985), 37–42
  22. ^ a b Meyers (1985), 45–53
  23. ^ Reynolds (1998), 21
  24. ^ Mellow (1992), 101
  25. ^ a b Meyers (1985), 56–58
  26. ^ a b c Kert (1983), 83–90
  27. ^ Oliver (1999), 139
  28. ^ a b c Baker (1972), 7
  29. ^ Meyers (1985), 60–62
  30. ^ a b Meyers (1985), 70–74
  31. ^ Mellow (1991), 8
  32. ^ Meyers (1985)
  33. ^ Mellow (1992), 308
  34. ^ a b Reynolds (2000), 28
  35. ^ Meyers (1985), 77–81
  36. ^ Meyers (1985), 82
  37. ^ Reynolds (2000), 24
  38. ^ Desnoyers, 5
  39. ^ Meyers (1985), 69–70
  40. ^ a b Baker (1972), 15–18
  41. ^ Meyers (1985), 126
  42. ^ Baker (1972), 34
  43. ^ Meyers (1985), 127
  44. ^ Mellow (1992), 236
  45. ^ Mellow (1992), 314
  46. ^ Meyers (1985), 159–160
  47. ^ Baker (1972), 30–34
  48. ^ Meyers (1985), 117–119
  49. ^ Harrington, Mary (December 28, 1946). "They Call Him Papa". New York Post Week-End Magazine. p. 3.  Reprinted in Bruccoli, Matthew Joseph, ed. (1986). Conversations with Ernest Hemingway. Literary conversations series. Univ. Press of Mississippi. pp. 42–45. ISBN 0-87805-273-9. ISSN 1555-7065. Retrieved April 14, 2016. 
  50. ^ Richardson, Hadley (n.d.). "How Hemingway became Papa" (MP3) (Audio segment (4 m 37s) from interview). Interviewed by Alice Hunt Sokoloff. Archived from the original on 2016-04-18.  Published at Baker, Allie (June 28, 2010). "How did Hemingway become Papa?". The Hemingway Project. Archived from the original on 2016-04-07. Retrieved April 14, 2016. In this clip, Alice Sokoloff asks Hadley if she remembers how the name 'Papa' began, which was sometime during their years in Paris. 
  51. ^ Nagel (1996), 89
  52. ^ a b Meyers (1985), 189
  53. ^ Reynolds (1989), vi–vii
  54. ^ Mellow (1992), 328
  55. ^ a b Baker (1972), 44
  56. ^ Mellow (1992), 302
  57. ^ Meyers (1985), 192
  58. ^ Baker (1972), 82
  59. ^ Baker (1972), 43
  60. ^ Mellow (1992), 333
  61. ^ Mellow (1992), 338–340
  62. ^ Meyers (1985), 172
  63. ^ Meyers (1985), 173, 184
  64. ^ Mellow (1992), 348–353
  65. ^ Meyers (1985), 195
  66. ^ Long (1932), 2–3
  67. ^ Robinson (2005)
  68. ^ Meyers (1985), 204
  69. ^ Meyers (1985), 208
  70. ^ Mellow (1992), 367
  71. ^ qtd. in Meyers (1985), 210
  72. ^ Meyers (1985), 215
  73. ^ Mellow (1992), 378
  74. ^ Baker (1972), 144–145
  75. ^ Meyers (1985), 222
  76. ^ Reynolds (2000), 31
  77. ^ a b Oliver (1999), 144
  78. ^ Meyers (1985), 222–227
  79. ^ Mellow (1992), 402
  80. ^ Mellow (1992), 376–377
  81. ^ Mellow (1992), 424
  82. ^ a b Desnoyers, 9
  83. ^ Mellow (1992), 337–340
  84. ^ Meyers (1985), 280
  85. ^ Meyers (1985), 292
  86. ^ Mellow (1992), 488
  87. ^ Koch (2005), 87
  88. ^ Meyers (1985), 311
  89. ^ Koch (2005), 164
  90. ^ Kert (1983), 287–295
  91. ^ Koch (2005), 134
  92. ^ Meyers (1985), 321
  93. ^ Thomas (2001), 833
  94. ^ a b Meyers (1985), 326
  95. ^ Lynn (1987), 479
  96. ^ Meyers (1985), 342
  97. ^ Meyers (1985), 353
  98. ^ Meyers (1985), 334
  99. ^ Meyers (1985), 334–338
  100. ^ a b Meyers (1985), 356–361
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  102. ^ a b c Kert (1983), 393–398
  103. ^ Meyers (1985), 416
  104. ^ Meyers (1985), 400
  105. ^ Reynolds (1999), 96–98
  106. ^ Mellow (1992), 533
  107. ^ Meyers (1985), 398–405
  108. ^ a b Lynn (1987), 518–519
  109. ^ a b Meyers (1985) 408–411
  110. ^ Mellow (1992), 535–540
  111. ^ qtd. in Mellow (1992), 552
  112. ^ Meyers (1985), 420–421
  113. ^ Mellow (1992) 548–550
  114. ^ a b c Desnoyers, 12
  115. ^ Meyers (1985), 436
  116. ^ Mellow (1992), 552
  117. ^ Meyers (1985), 440–452
  118. ^ Desnoyers, 13
  119. ^ Meyers (1985), 489
  120. ^ Baker (1972), 331–333
  121. ^ Mellow (1992), 586
  122. ^ Mellow (1992), 587
  123. ^ a b Mellow (1992), 588
  124. ^ Meyers (1985), 505–507
  125. ^ Beegel (1996), 273
  126. ^ Lynn (1987), 574
  127. ^ Baker (1972), 38
  128. ^ Mellow (1992), 588–589
  129. ^ Meyers (1985), 509
  130. ^ "Ernest Hemingway The Nobel Prize in Literature 1954 Banquet Speech". The Nobel Foundation. Retrieved December 10, 2009. 
  131. ^ a b Meyers (1985), 512
  132. ^ Reynolds (2000), 291–293
  133. ^ a b Meyers (1985), 533
  134. ^ Reynolds (1999), 321
  135. ^ Mellow (1992), 494–495
  136. ^ Meyers (1985), 516–519
  137. ^ Reynolds (2000), 332, 344
  138. ^ Mellow (1992), 599
  139. ^ Meyers (1985), 520
  140. ^ a b c Reynolds (1999), 544–547
  141. ^ qtd. in Mellow (1992), 598–600
  142. ^ a b Meyers (1985), 542–544
  143. ^ qtd. in Reynolds (1999), 546
  144. ^ a b Mellow (1992), 598–601
  145. ^ a b Reynolds (1999), 548
  146. ^ Meyers (1985), 543
  147. ^ Mellow (1992), 597–598
  148. ^ Meyers (1985), 543–544
  149. ^ Meyers (1985), 547–550
  150. ^ Reynolds (2000), 350
  151. ^ Meyers (1985), 551
  152. ^ Reynolds (2000), 16
  153. ^ Mellow (1992), 604
  154. ^ a b Kert (1983), 504
  155. ^ Gilroy, Harry (August 23, 1966). "Widow Believes Hemingway Committed Suicide; She Tells of His Depression and His 'Breakdown' Assails Hotchner Book". Retrieved July 11, 2017 – via NYTimes.com. 
  156. ^ Hemingway (1996), 14–18
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  158. ^ Burwell (1996), 234
  159. ^ Burwell (1996), 14
  160. ^ Burwell (1996), 189
  161. ^ Oliver (1999), 139–149
  162. ^ Carlton, Michael (July 12, 1987). "Idaho Remembers the Times of Papa Hemingway : Idaho: Hemingway Is Well Remembered". Retrieved July 11, 2017 – via LA Times. 
  163. ^ "The Sun Also Rises". (October 31, 1926). The New York Times. Retrieved November 30, 2011.
  164. ^ a b Nagel (1996), 87
  165. ^ "The Nobel Prize in Literature 1954". The Nobel Foundation. Retrieved March 7, 2010. 
  166. ^ qtd. in Oliver (1999), 322
  167. ^ a b Baker (1972), 117
  168. ^ Oliver (1999), 321–322
  169. ^ Smith (1996), 45
  170. ^ Wells (1975), 130–133
  171. ^ Benson (1989), 351
  172. ^ Hemingway (1975), 3
  173. ^ Trodd (2007), 8
  174. ^ qtd. in Mellow (1992), 379
  175. ^ McCormick, 49
  176. ^ Benson 1989, 309
  177. ^ qtd. in Hoberek (2005), 309
  178. ^ Hemingway, Ernest. Death in the Afternoon. New York: Simon and Schuster
  179. ^ McCormick, 47
  180. ^ Burwell (1996), 187
  181. ^ Svoboda (2000), 155
  182. ^ a b c d Fiedler (1975), 345–365
  183. ^ a b Stoltzfus (2005), 215–218
  184. ^ a b Baker (1972), 101–121
  185. ^ Scholes (1990), 42
  186. ^ Sanderson (1996), 171
  187. ^ Baym (1990), 112
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  190. ^ Müller (2010), 31
  191. ^ a b Beegel (1996), 282
  192. ^ Beegel (1996)
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  197. ^ Benson (1989), 347
  198. ^ Benson (1989), 349
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  202. ^ Oliver (1999), 142
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