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The Works of Ernest Hemingway

Ernest Miller Hemingway (21 July 1899, Cicero, Illinois — 2 July 1961, Ketchum, Idaho), American novelist, short-story writer and journalist. He was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1953 and the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1954.
First Published Title Publisher/Source
Novels
1926 The Torrents of Spring Scribner’s
1926 The Sun Also Rises Scribner’s
1929 A Farewell to Arms Scribner’s
1937 To Have and Have Not Scribner’s
1940 For Whom the Bell Tolls Scribner’s
1950 Across the River and Into the Trees Scribner’s
1952 The Old Man and the Sea Scribner’s
1970 Islands in the Stream Scribner’s
1986 The Garden of Eden Scribner’s
1999 True at First Light Scribner’s
2005 Under Kilimanjaro Kent State University Press
Non-Fiction Books
1932 Death in the Afternoon Scribner’s
1935 Green Hills of Africa Scribner’s
1964 A Moveable Feast Scribner’s
1985 The Dangerous Summer Scribner’s
Short Stories
1916-17 'The Judgment of Manitou' Tabula*
1916-17 'A Matter of Color' Tabula*
1916-17 'Sepi Jingan' Tabula*
May 1922 'A Divine Gesture' Double Dealer
Spring 1923 'Chapter 1' [vignette: 'Everybody was drunk'] The Little Review
Spring 1923 'Chapter 2' [vignette: 'Minarets stuck up in the rain'] The Little Review
Spring 1923 'Chapter 3' [vignette: 'We Were in a Garden at Mons'] The Little Review
Spring 1923 'Chapter 4' [vignette: 'It was a frightfully hot day'] The Little Review
Spring 1923 'Chapter 5' [vignette: 'They shot the six cabinet ministers'] The Little Review
Spring 1923 'Chapter 9' [vignette: 'The first matador got the horn'] The Little Review
22 Dec. 1923 'Christmas in Paris' The Toronto Star Weekly
22 Dec. 1923 'A North of Italy Christmas' The Toronto Star Weekly
1923 'My Old Man' Hemingway's Three Stories & Ten Poems
1923 'Out of Season' Hemingway's Three Stories & Ten Poems
1923 'Up in Michigan' Hemingway's Three Stories & Ten Poems
Apr. 1924 'Indian Camp' transatlantic review
Autumn/Winter 1924 'Mr. and Mrs. Elliot' The Little Review
Dec. 1924 'The Doctor and the Doctor’s Wife' transatlantic review
1924 'Chapter 6' [vignette: 'Nick sat against the wall'] Hemingway's in our time [as 'chapter 7']
1924 'Chapter 7' [vignette: 'While the bombardment'] Hemingway's in our time [as 'chapter 8']
1924 'Chapter 8' [vignette: 'At two o’clock in the morning'] Hemingway's in our time [as 'chapter 9']
1924 'Chapter 10' [vignette: 'They whack-whacked the white horse'] Hemingway's in our time [as 'chapter 12']
1924 'Chapter 11' [vignette: 'The crowd shouted all the time'] Hemingway's in our time [as 'chapter 13']
1924 'Chapter 12' [vignette: 'If it happened right down close in front of you'] Hemingway's in our time [as 'chapter 14']
1924 'Chapter 13' [vignette: 'I heard the drums coming down the street'] Hemingway's in our time [as 'chapter 15']
1924 'Chapter 14' [vignette: 'Maera lay still, his head on his arms'] Hemingway's in our time [as 'chapter 16']
1924 'Chapter 15' [vignette: 'They hanged Sam Cardinella'] Hemingway's in our time [as 'chapter 17']
1924 'L’Envoi' [vignette: 'The King was working in the garden] Hemingway's in our time [as 'chapter 18']
1924 'The Revolutionist [vignette: 'In 1919 he was traveling on the railroads in Italy'] Hemingway's in our time [as 'chapter 11']
1924 'A Very Short Story' [vignette: 'One hot evening in Milan'] Hemingway's in our time [as 'chapter 10']
Jan. 1925 'Cross-Country Snow' transatlantic review
Spring 1925 'Big Two-Hearted River' This Quarter
Summer 1925 'The Undefeated' Der Querschnitt
1925 'The Battler' Hemingway's In Our Time
1925 'Cat in the Rain' Hemingway's In Our Time
1925 'The End of Something' Hemingway's In Our Time
1925 'On the Quai at Smyrna' [vignette] Hemingway's In Our Time
1925 'Soldier’s Home' Contact Collection of Contemporary
Writers
1925 'The Three-Day Blow' Hemingway's In Our Time
Spring/Summer 1926  'Banal Story' The Little Review
Mar. 1927 'The Killers' Scribner’s Magazine
Apr. 1927 'In Another Country' Scribner’s Magazine
Apr. 1927 'A Canary for One' Scribner’s Magazine
18 May 1927 'Che Ti Dice La Patria?' The New Republic
July 1927 'Fifty Grand' Atlantic
Aug. 1927 'Hills Like White Elephants' Atlantic
Sept. 1927 'An Alpine Idyll' American Caravan
1927 'Now I Lay Me' Men Without Women
1927 'A Pursuit Race' Men Without Women
1927 'A Simple Enquiry' Men Without Women
1927 'Ten Indians' Men Without Women
Aug. 1930 'Wine of Wyoming' Scribner’s Magazine
Dec. 1931 'The Sea Change' This Quarter
May 1932 'After the Storm' Cosmopolitan
Mar. 1933 'A Clean, Well-Lighted Place' Scribner’s Magazine
Apr. 1933 'The Gambler, the Nun, and the Radio' Scribner’s Magazine [as 'Give Us a Prescription, Doctor']
Apr. 1933 'Homage to Switzerland' Scribner’s Magazine
1933 'A Day's Wait' Hemingway's Winner Take Nothing
1933 'Fathers and Sons' Hemingway's Winner Take Nothing
1933 'God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen' Hemingway's God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen
1933 'The Light of the World' Hemingway's Winner Take Nothing
1933 'The Mother of a Queen' Hemingway's Winner Take Nothing
1933 'A Natural History of the Dead' [revised part of chapter 12 of Death in the Afternoon] Hemingway's Winner Take Nothing
1933 'One Reader Writes' Hemingway's Winner Take Nothing
1933 'A Way You’ll Never Be' Hemingway's Winner Take Nothing
Apr. 1934 'One Trip Across' Cosmopolitan
Feb. 1936 'The Tradesman’s Return' Esquire
June 1936 'The Capital of the World' Esquire
Aug. 1936 'The Snows of Kilimanjaro' Esquire
Sept. 1936 'The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber' Cosmopolitan
19 May 1938 'Old Man at the Bridge' Ken
Nov. 1938 'The Denunciation' Esquire
Dec. 1938 'The Butterfly and the Tank' Esquire
Feb. 1939 'Night Before Battle' Esquire
Mar. 1939 'Nobody Ever Dies' Cosmopolitan
Oct. 1939 'Under the Ridge' Cosmopolitan
Mar. 1951 'The Faithful Bull' [fable] Holiday
Mar. 1951 'The Good Lion' [fable] Holiday
Nov. 1957 'Get a Seeing-Eyed Dog' Atlantic
Nov. 1957 'A Man of the World' Atlantic
1969 'Paris, 1922' Ernest Baker's Ernest Hemingway: A Life Story
1972 'Crossing the Mississippi'† Hemingway's The Nick Adams Stories
1972 'The Indians Moved Away'† Hemingway's The Nick Adams Stories
1972 'The Last Good Country'† Hemingway's The Nick Adams Stories
1972 'Night Before Landing' Hemingway's The Nick Adams Stories
1972 'On Writing' [fragment] Hemingway's The Nick Adams Stories
1972 'Summer People' [fragment] Hemingway's The Nick Adams Stories
1972 'Three Shots' [fragment] Hemingway's The Nick Adams Stories
1972 'A Wedding Day' [fragment] Hemingway's The Nick Adams Stories
1981-present 'A Lack of Passion'† The Hemingway Review
1981-present 'Philip Haines Was a Writer . . .'† The Hemingway Review
1985 'The Ash Heel’s Tendon—A Story'† Peter Griffin's, Along With Youth: Hemingway, The Early Years
1985 'Crossroads—An Anthology'† Peter Griffin's, Along With Youth: Hemingway, The Early Years
1985 'The Current—A Story'† Peter Griffin's, Along With Youth: Hemingway, The Early Years
1985 'The Mercenaries—A Story' [fragment] Peter Griffin's, Along With Youth: Hemingway, The Early Years
1985 'Portrait of the Idealist in Love—A Story' [fragment] Peter Griffin's, Along With Youth: Hemingway, The Early Years
5 May 1986 'An African Betrayal' [from The Garden of Eden] Sports Illustrated [as 'An African Story']
1987 'Black Ass at the Cross Roads'† The Complete Short Stories of Ernest Hemingway
1987 'Great News from the Mainland'† The Complete Short Stories of Ernest Hemingway
1987 'I Guess Everything Reminds You of Something'† The Complete Short Stories of Ernest Hemingway
1987 'Landscape with Figures' The Complete Short Stories of Ernest Hemingway
1987 'The Porter'† The Complete Short Stories of Ernest Hemingway
1987 'The Strange Country'† The Complete Short Stories of Ernest Hemingway
1987 'A Train Trip'† The Complete Short Stories of Ernest Hemingway
Plays
1926 'Today Is Friday' [one-scene play] Today Is Friday
1938 'The Fifth Column' Hemingway's The Fifth Column and the First Forty-nine Stories
Poems
Nov. 1916 'How Ballad Writing Affects Our Seniors' Tabula*
24 Nov. 1916 'Dedicated to F.W' Trapeze
Mar. 1917 'Athletic Verse: The Tackle, The Punt, The Safety Man' Tabula*
Mar. 1917 'The Inexpressible' Tabula*
Mar. 1917 'The Worker' Tabula*
17 Dec. 1921 'On Weddynge Gyftes' The Toronto Star Weekly
June 1922 'Ultimately' Double-Dealer
24 Nov. 1923 'The Big Dance on the Hill' The Toronto Star Weekly
24 Nov. 1923 'The Sport of Kings' The Toronto Star Weekly
Jan. 1923 'Champs d’Honneur' Poetry
Jan. 1923 'Chapter Heading' Poetry
Jan. 1923 'Mitrailliatrice' Poetry
Jan. 1923 'Oily Weather' Poetry
Jan. 1923 'Riparto d’Assalto' Poetry
Jan. 1923 'Roosevelt' Poetry
Spring 1923 'They All Made Peace—What Is Peace?' The Little Review
15 Dec. 1923 'I Like Americans' The Toronto Star Weekly
15 Dec. 1923 'I Like Canadians' The Toronto Star Weekly
1923 'Along With Youth' Hemingway's Three Stories & Ten Poems
1923 'Captives' Hemingway's Three Stories & Ten Poems
1923 'Montparnasse' Hemingway's Three Stories & Ten Poems
1923 'Oklahoma' Hemingway's Three Stories & Ten Poems
Autumn 1924 'The Earnest Liberal’s Lament' Der Querschnitt
Autumn 1924 'Part Two of The Soul of Spain with McAlmon and
Bird the Publishers'
Der Querschnitt
Autumn 1924 'The Soul of Spain with McAlmon and Bird the Publishers' Der Querschnitt
Nov. 1924 'The Lady Poets With Foot Notes' Der Querschnitt
Feb. 1925 'The Age Demanded' Der Querschnitt
Spring 1927 'Neothomist Poem' Exile
May 1929 'Valentine' The Little Review
1932 'Advice to a Son' Omnibus: Almanach auf das Jahr
Aug. 1965 'First Poem to Mary in London' Atlantic
Aug. 1965 'Poem to Mary (Second Poem)' Atlantic
1969 'Blood is thicker than water . . .' Ernest Baker's Hemingway: A Life Story
1972 'The Ship' Fitzgerald/Hemingway Annual 1972
1976 'If my Valentine you won’t be . . .' Mary Hemingway's How It Was
1976 'Poetry' Mary Hemingway's How It Was
16 Oct. 1977 'I think that I have never trod . . .' New York Times Magazine
16 Oct. 1977 'Little Mr. Wilson . . .' New York Times Magazine
1979 'Across the Board' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'All armies are the same . . .' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'And everything the author knows . . .' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'Arsiero, Asiago . . .' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'At night I lay with you . . .' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'The Battle of Copenhagen' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'Bird of Night' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'Black-Ass Poem After Talking to Pamela Churchill' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 '[Blank Verse]' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'Country Poem with Little Country' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'D’Annunzio' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'Defense of Luxembourg' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'Flat Roofs' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'FOR THE HARLOT HAS A HARDLOT . . .' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'God is away for the summer . . .' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'Grass smooth on the prairies . . .' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'I’m off'n wild wimmen . . .' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'In a magazine...' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'Killed Piave—July 8—1918' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'Kipling' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'Lines to a Girl 5 Days After Her 21st Birthday' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'Lines to a Young Lady on Her Having Very Nearly
Won a Vögel'
Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'Lines to Be Read at the Casting of Scott Fitzgerald’s
Balls into the Sea from Eden Roc (Antibes, Alpes
Maritimes)'
Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'Little drops of grain alcohol . . .' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'Modern Version of Polonius’ Advice, A' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'Night comes with soft and drowsy plumes . . .' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'The Opening Game' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'The Poem Is By Maera' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'Poem to Miss Mary' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'Poem' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'Poem, 1928' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'Portrait of a Lady' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'The rail ends do not meet, . . .' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'The Road to Avallon' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'Robert Graves' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'Schwarzwald' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'Sequel' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'Shock Troops' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'Some day when you are picked up . . .' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'Stevenson' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'There was Ike and Tony and Jaque and me . . .' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'To a Tragic Poetess' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'To Chink Whose Trade Is Soldiering' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'To Crazy Christian' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'To Good Guys Dead' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'To Will Davies' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'Translations from the Esquimaux' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1979 'Travel Poem' Ernest Hemingway: 88 Poems
1985 'The Day' Peter Griffin's Hemingway, the Early Years
1992 'Critical Intelligence' Ernest Hemingway: Complete Poems
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Notes

List does not include published personal letters.

* Oak Park and River Forest High School Literary Magazine
† Unfinished work


Sources

Oliver, C. M. Ernest Hemingway, A Literary Reference to His Life and Work. New York: Facts on File, 1999.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




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