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The Articles of Ernest Hemingway


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20 Jan. 1916 'Concert a Success' Trapeze
27 Jan. 1916 'Hanna Club Tomorrow Night' Trapeze
10 Feb. 1916 'Practical Education vs. Theoretical' Trapeze
17 Feb. 1916 'Mr. Quayle Rouses Hanna Club' Trapeze
9 Mar. 1916 'Problems of Boyhood Discussed at Hanna Club' Trapeze
23 Mar. 1916 'Big Hanna Club Meeting Hears Rousing Talk' Trapeze
4 May 1916 'Junior Debates' Trapeze
3 Nov. 1916 'Athletic Association to Organize Next Week' Trapeze
3 Nov. 1916 'Stop Hellstrom' Trapeze
10 Nov. 1916 'Air Line’ Contribution' Trapeze
24 Nov. 1916 'Air Line’ Contributions' Trapeze
24 Nov. 1916 'Athletic Notes' 1 Trapeze
24 Nov. 1916 'Midwayites Downed by Oak Park Team' Trapeze
24 Nov. 1916 'A ‘Ring Lardner’ on the Bloomington Game' Trapeze
Nov. 1916 'Oak Park Victors Over Waite High' Trapeze
8 Dec. 1916 'Basketball Seasons Opens; Poor Lightweight Prospects' Trapeze
8 Dec. 1916 'Our "Ring Lardner" Jr. Breaks Into Print With All-
Cook County Eleven'
Trapeze
22 Dec. 1916 'Athletic Notes' 2 Trapeze
22 Jan. 1917 'Personal' Trapeze
2 Feb. 1917 'Athletic Notes' 3 Trapeze
2 Feb. 1917 'Interclass Meet Saturday' Trapeze
2 Feb. 1917 '"Ring Lardner Junior" Writes About Swimming Meet. Oak Park Rivals Riverside' Trapeze
9 Feb. 1917 'Athletic Notes' 4 Trapeze
9 Feb. 1917 'Support the Swimming Team' Trapeze
16 Feb. 1917 'Ring Lardner, Jr. Discourses on Editorials' Trapeze
23 Feb. 1917 'Who’s Who in Beau Brummel?' Trapeze
9 Mar. 1917 'Oak Park Team Wins From Maine High' Trapeze
16 Mar. 1917 'O.P. Places Second in Suburban Classic' Trapeze
30 Mar. 1917 'Track Team Loses to Culver' Trapeze
20 Apr. 1917 'Oak Park Second in Northwestern U' Trapeze
4 May 1917 'Ring Lardner Returns' Trapeze
4 May 1917 'Win Two—Lose One' Trapeze
11 May 1917 'Oak Park Athletes Win Beloit Meet' Trapeze
11 May 1917 'Some Space Filled by Ernest MacNamara Hemingway' Trapeze
25 May 1917 'High Lights and Low Lights' Trapeze
16 Dec. 1917 'Kerensky, the Fighting Flea' The Kansas City Star
1917 'Class Prophecy' Tabula[1]
6 Jan. 1918 'Battle of Raid Squads' The Kansas City Star
20 Jan. 1918 'At the End of the Ambulance Run' The Kansas City Star
18 Feb. 1918 'Throng at Smallpox Case' The Kansas City Star
2 Mar. 1918 'New Trier Tankers Win From Locals' Trapeze
6 Mar. 1918 'Laundry Car Over Cliff' The Kansas City Star
17 Apr. 1918 'Big Day for Navy Drive' The Kansas City Star
17 Apr. 1918 'Six Men Become Tankers' The Kansas City Star
18 Apr. 1918 'Navy Desk Jobs to Go' The Kansas City Star
18 Apr. 1918 'Recruits for the Tanks' The Kansas City Star
18 Apr. 1918 'Would "Treat 'Em Rough"' The Kansas City Star
21 Apr. 1918 'Dare Devil Joins Tanks' The Kansas City Star
21 Apr. 1918 'Mix War, Art And Dancing' The Kansas City Star
27 Jan. 1920 'New Ether to Credit of Toronto Surgeon' The Toronto Daily Star
7 Feb. 1920 'Truth-telling Ether a Secret' The Toronto Daily Star
14 Feb. 1920 'Circulating Pictures' The Toronto Star Weekly
14 Feb. 1920 'Red Flag in Toronto' The Toronto Star Weekly
6 Mar. 1920 'A Free Shave' The Toronto Star Weekly
13 Mar. 1920 'Popular in Peace—Slacker in War' The Toronto Star Weekly
13 Mar. 1920 'Sporting Mayor' The Toronto Star Weekly
3 Apr. 1920 'Store Thieves' Tricks' The Toronto Star Weekly
10 Apr. 1920 'Lieutenants' Mustaches' The Toronto Star Weekly
10 Apr. 1920 'Tooth Pulling No Cure-All' The Toronto Star Weekly
10 Apr. 1920 'Trout Fishing' The Toronto Star Weekly
24 Apr. 1920 'Fashion Graveyards' The Toronto Star Weekly
24 Apr. 1920 'Trout-Fishing Hints' The Toronto Star Weekly
26 Apr. 1920 'Buying Commission Would Cut Out Waste' The Toronto Star Weekly
1 May 1920 'Car Prestige' The Toronto Star Weekly
15 May 1920 'Prizefight Women' The Toronto Star Weekly
22 May 1920 'Galloping Dominoes' The Toronto Star Weekly
29 May 1920 'Fox Farming' The Toronto Star Weekly
29 May 1920 'Photo Portraits' The Toronto Star Weekly
5 June 1920 'Rum-Running' The Toronto Star Weekly
12 June 1920 'The Hamilton Gag' The Toronto Star Weekly
26 June 1920 'Camping Out' The Toronto Star Weekly
7 Aug. 1920 'Ted's Skeeters' The Toronto Star Weekly
28 Aug. 1920 'The Best Rainbow Trout Fishing' The Toronto Star Weekly
9 Oct. 1920 'Canadians: Wild/Tame' The Toronto Star Weekly
30 Oct. 1920 'Carpentier vs. Dempsey' The Toronto Star Weekly
6 Nov. 1920 'Newspapermen’s Pockets' The Toronto Star Weekly
6 Nov. 1920 'Wild West: Chicago' The Toronto Star Weekly
20 Nov. 1920 'Indoor Fishing' The Toronto Star Weekly
11 Dec. 1920 'Plain and Fancy Killings, $400 Up' The Toronto Star Weekly
Dec. 1920 'Will You Let These Kiddies Miss Santa Claus?' Co-operative Commonwealth
19 Feb. 1921 'Trading Celebrities' The Toronto Star Weekly
21 May 1921 'Our Confidential Vacation Guide' The Toronto Star Weekly
28 May 1921 'Ballot Bullets' The Toronto Star Weekly
25 June 1921 'The Superman Myth' The Toronto Star Weekly
2 July 1921 'Chicago Never Wetter Than Today' The Toronto Star Weekly
20 Aug. 1921 'Condensing the Classics' The Toronto Star Weekly
12 Nov. 1921 'Muscle Shoals: Cheap Nitrates' The Toronto Star Weekly
17 Dec. 1921 'On Weddynge Gyftes' The Toronto Star Weekly
4 Feb. 1922 'Living on $1,000 a Year in Paris' The Toronto Daily Star
4 Feb. 1922 'Poincaré’s Folly' The Toronto Daily Star
4 Feb. 1922 'Tourists Scarce at Swiss Resorts' The Toronto Daily Star
18 Feb. 1922 'Clemenceau Politically Dead' The Toronto Daily Star
18 Feb. 1922 'Tuna Fishing in Spain' The Toronto Star Weekly
25 Feb. 1922 'German Export Tax Hits Profiteers' The Toronto Star Weekly
25 Feb. 1922 'Paris Is Full of Russians' The Toronto Daily Star
4 Mar. 1922 'The Hotels in Switzerland' The Toronto Star Weekly
4 Mar. 1922 'Papal Poll: Behind the Scenes' The Toronto Star Weekly
4 Mar. 1922 'Try Bobsledding If You Want Thrills' The Toronto Daily Star
11 Mar. 1922 'Poincaré’s Election Promises' The Toronto Daily Star
11 Mar. 1922 'Tip the Postman Every Time?' The Toronto Star Weekly
11 Mar. 1922 'Wives Buy Clothes for French Husbands' The Toronto Star Weekly
18 Mar. 1922 'Sparrow Hat on Paris Boulevards' The Toronto Star Weekly
18 Mar. 1922 'The Swiss Luge,' The Toronto Star Weekly
25 Mar. 1922 'American Bohemians in Paris' The Toronto Star Weekly
25 Mar. 1922 'Black Novel a Storm Center' The Toronto Star Weekly
25 Mar. 1922 'The Mecca of Fakers' The Toronto Daily Star
25 Mar. 1922 'Wild Night Music of Paris' The Toronto Star Weekly
1 Apr. 1922 '95,000 Wear the Legion of Honor' The Toronto Daily Star
1 Apr. 1922 'M. Deibler, A Much-Feared Man' The Toronto Daily Star
8 Apr. 1922 'Active French Anti-Alcohol League' The Toronto Daily Star
10 Apr. 1922 'Canada’s Recognition of Russia' The Toronto Daily Star
10 Apr. 1922 'Italian Premier' The Toronto Daily Star
10 Apr. 1922 'Tchitcherin Speaks at Genoa Conference' The Toronto Daily Star
11 Apr. 1922 'Tchitcherin Wants Japan Excluded' The Toronto Daily Star
13 Apr. 1922 'Genoa Conference' The Toronto Daily Star
13 Apr. 1922 'Objections to Allied Plan' The Toronto Daily Star
14 Apr. 1922 'Russian Claims' The Toronto Daily Star
15 Apr. 1922 'Genoa Scrubs Up for Peace Parley' The Toronto Daily Star
15 Apr. 1922 'Interpreters Make or Mar Speeches at Genoa Parley' The Toronto Daily Star
15 Apr. 1922 'Parisian Boorishness' The Toronto Star Weekly
15 Apr. 1922 'Woman Takes Crumbs' The Toronto Daily Star
17 Apr. 1922 'Russians Hold Up Progress' The Toronto Daily Star
18 Apr. 1922 'Barthou Refuses Conference' The Toronto Daily Star
18 Apr. 1922 'German Blow—Disloyal?' The Toronto Daily Star
18 Apr. 1922 'German Machiavellianism' The Toronto Daily Star
24 Apr. 1922 'Barthou Crosses Hissing Tchitcherin' The Toronto Daily Star
24 Apr. 1922 'Russian Girls at Genoa' The Toronto Daily Star
25 Apr. 1922 'Stambouliski of Bulgaria' The Toronto Daily Star
26 Apr. 1922 'Schober Every Inch a Chancellor' The Toronto Daily Star
27 Apr. 1922 'The Unworldly Russians' The Toronto Daily Star
28 Apr. 1922 'German Delegation at Genoa' The Toronto Daily Star
2 May 1922 'A Hot Bath an Adventure in Genoa' The Toronto Daily Star
4 May 1922 'Well-Guarded Russian Delegation' The Toronto Daily Star
8 May 1922 'German Journalists a Strange Collection' The Toronto Daily Star
9 May 1922 'New Betting Game: Tennis Tamburello' The Toronto Daily Star
13 May 1922 'Lloyd George’s Magic' The Toronto Daily Star
3 June 1922 'Before You Go on a Canoe Trip, Learn Canoeing' The Toronto Daily Star
10 June 1922 'Fishing the Rhone Canal' The Toronto Daily Star
24 June 1922 'Fascisti Party Half-Million' The Toronto Daily Star
24 June 1922 'Italy’s Blackshirts' The Toronto Star Weekly
22 July 1922 'A Veteran Visits the Old Front' The Toronto Daily Star
5 Aug 1922 'Sinclair Lewis’s Horsebacking' The Toronto Star Weekly
12 Aug. 1922 'Did Poincaré Laugh in Verdun Cemetery?' The Toronto Daily Star
12 Aug. 1922 'The Great "Apéritif" Scandal' The Toronto Star Weekly
12 Aug. 1922 'Rug Vendors in Paris' The Toronto Daily Star
26 Aug. 1922 'Homes on the Seine' The Toronto Daily Star
26 Aug. 1922 'Old Order Changeth in Alsace-Lorraine' The Toronto Daily Star
1 Sept. 1922 'Germans Desperate Over the Mark' The Toronto Daily Star
2 Sept. 1922 'Fishing in Baden Perfect' The Toronto Daily Star
5 Sept. 1922 'German Inn-Keepers' The Toronto Daily Star
9 Sept. 1922 'A Paris-to-Strasbourg Flight' The Toronto Daily Star
19 Sept. 1922 'German Inflation' The Toronto Daily Star
30 Sept. 1922 'British Can Save Constantinople' The Toronto Daily Star
30 Sept. 1922 'British Order Kemal to Quit Chanak' The Toronto Daily Star
30 Sept. 1922 'British Planes' The Toronto Daily Star
30 Sept. 1922 'German Riots' The Toronto Star Weekly
30 Sept. 1922 'Hubby Dines First, Wifie Gets Crumbs' The Toronto Daily Star
2 Oct. 1922 'Harington Won’t Demand Evacuation' The Toronto Daily Star
4 Oct. 1922 'Turk Red Crescent Propaganda Agency' The Toronto Daily Star
9 Oct. 1922 'Hamid Bey' The Toronto Daily Star
9 Oct. 1922 'Turks Near Constantinople' The Toronto Daily Star
16 Oct. 1922 'Balkans: A Picture of Peace, Not War' The Toronto Daily Star
16 Oct. 1922 'Christians Leave Thrace to Turks' The Toronto Daily Star
18 Oct. 1922 'Constantinople, Dirty White, Not Glistening and
Sinister'
The Toronto Daily Star
19 Oct. 1922 'Waiting for an Orgy' The Toronto Daily Star
20 Oct. 1922 'A Silent, Ghastly Procession' The Toronto Daily Star
22 Oct. 1922 'Near East Censor Too "Thorough"' The Toronto Daily Star
23 Oct. 1922 'Russia Spoiling the French Game' The Toronto Daily Star
24 Oct. 1922 'Turks Distrust Kemal Pasha' The Toronto Daily Star
28 Oct. 1922 'Old Constan'' The Toronto Daily Star
31 Oct. 1922 'Afghans: Trouble for Britain' The Toronto Daily Star
3 Nov. 1922 'The Greek Revolt' The Toronto Daily Star
10 Nov. 1922 'Kemal’s One Submarine' The Toronto Daily Star
14 Nov. 1922 'Refugees from Thrace' The Toronto Daily Star
19 Jan. 1923 'The Freiburg Fedora' The Toronto Star Weekly
19 Jan. 1923 'So This Is Chicago' The Toronto Star Weekly
27 Jan. 1923 'Mussolini: Biggest Bluff in Europe' The Toronto Daily Star
10 Feb. 1923 'A Russian Toy Soldier' The Toronto Daily Star
7 Mar. 1923 'Two Revolutions Are Likely If Germany Suffers Collapse' The Toronto Daily Star
14 Apr. 1923 'The Franco-German Situation' The Toronto Daily Star
18 Apr. 1923 'French Royalist Party' The Toronto Daily Star
21 Apr. 1923 'Government Pays for News' The Toronto Daily Star
25 Apr. 1923 'The Battle of Offenburg' The Toronto Daily Star
28 Apr. 1923 'The Belgian Lady and the German Hater' The Toronto Daily Star
2 May 1923 'Getting into Germany' The Toronto Daily Star
5 May 1923 'It’s Easy to Spend a Million Marks' The Toronto Daily Star
9 May 1923 'Starvers Out of Sight' The Toronto Daily Star
12 May 1923 'Hate in the Ruhr Is Real' The Toronto Daily Star
16 May 1923 'French Speed With Movies on the Job' The Toronto Daily Star
Fall 1923 'Cars Slaying Toronto’s Splendid Oak Trees' The Toronto Daily Star
Fall 1923 'No Room in Canada for European Reds, Preacher Maintains' The Toronto Daily Star
10 Sept. 1923 'Offer Sir Donald Soviet Railroads' The Toronto Daily Star
11 Sept. 1923 'Convicts Set Fire to Stable at "Pen" and Made Escape' The Toronto Daily Star
11 Sept. 1923 'Escaped Kingston Convicts Still at Large' The Toronto Daily Star
12 Sept. 1923 'Provincial Police Are Taking Up Chase' The Toronto Daily Star
13 Sept. 1923 'Guards Were Hoaxed by Call for Help' The Toronto Daily Star
15 Sept. 1923 'King Business in Europe' The Toronto Star Weekly
25 Sept. 1923 'Japanese Earthquake' The Toronto Daily Star
25 Sept. 1923 'Search for Sudbury Coal' The Toronto Daily Star
4 Oct. 1923 'Lord Birkenhead' The Toronto Daily Star
5 Oct. 1923 'The Arrival of Lloyd George' The Toronto Daily Star
5 Oct. 1923 'Lloyd George Willing to Address 10,000' The Toronto Daily Star
6 Oct. 1923 'At the Theater with Lloyd George' The Toronto Star Weekly
6 Oct. 1923 'Hearst Not Paying Lloyd George' The Toronto Star Weekly
6 Oct. 1923 'The Little Welshman Lands' The Toronto Daily Star
6 Oct. 1923 'Lloyd George’s Wonderful Voice' The Toronto Daily Star
6 Oct. 1923 'Miss Megan George a Hit' The Toronto Daily Star
8 Oct. 1923 'A Man of the People' The Toronto Daily Star
11 Oct. 1923 'An Absolute Lie, Says Dr. Banting, of Serum Report' The Toronto Daily Star
15 Oct. 1923 'Count Apponyi and the Loan' The Toronto Daily Star
20 Oct. 1923 'Bull Fighting a Tragedy' The Toronto Star Weekly
21 Oct. 1923 'Fifth Generation of Family Lives On Old Canadian Manor' The Toronto Daily Star
27 Oct. 1923 'Pamplona in July' The Toronto Star Weekly
3 Nov. 1923 'Game-Shooting in Europe' The Toronto Star Weekly
17 Nov. 1923 'Gargoyles as Symbol' The Toronto Star Weekly
17 Nov. 1923 'The Lakes Aren’t Going Dry' The Toronto Star Weekly
17 Nov. 1923 'Trout Fishing in Europe' The Toronto Star Weekly
24 Nov. 1923 'The Big Dance on the Hill' The Toronto Star Weekly
24 Nov. 1923 'Changed Beliefs' The Toronto Star Weekly
24 Nov. 1923 '"Nobleman" Yeats' The Toronto Star Weekly
24 Nov. 1923 'Tancredo is Dead' The Toronto Star Weekly
24 Nov. 1923 'Wild Gastronomic Adventures of a Gourmet' The Toronto Star Weekly
24 Nov. 1923 'Wolfe’s Diaries' The Toronto Star Weekly
27 Nov. 1923 'Moscow Theatre Company Will Not Come to Toronto' Toronto Globe
27 Nov. 1923 'The Sport of Kings' The Toronto Star Weekly
1 Dec. 1923 'Bank Vaults vs. Cracksmen' The Toronto Star Weekly
8 Dec. 1923 'Inflation and the German Mark' Dateline
8 Dec. 1923 'War Medals for Sale' The Toronto Star Weekly
15 Dec. 1923 'European Nightlife: A Disease' The Toronto Star Weekly
15 Dec. 1923 'Goiter and Iodine' The Toronto Star Weekly
15 Dec. 1923 'I Like Americans' The Toronto Star Weekly
15 Dec. 1923 'I Like Canadians' The Toronto Star Weekly
22 Dec. 1923 'The Blind Man’s Christmas Eve' The Toronto Star Weekly
22 Dec. 1923 'Christmas on the Roof of the World' The Toronto Star Weekly
22 Dec. 1923 'W.B. Yeats a Night Hawk' The Toronto Star Weekly
22 Dec. 1923 'Young Communists' The Toronto Star Weekly
c. Christmas 1923 'She Sacrifices Herself That Children May Live' The Toronto Daily Star
29 Dec. 1923 'Betting in Toronto' The Toronto Star Weekly
29 Dec. 1923 'McConkey’s 1914 Orgy' The Toronto Star Weekly
29 Dec. 1923 'Our Modern Amateur Impostors' The Toronto Star Weekly
8 Jan. 1924 'Marks Not Caused by Ill-Treatment' Toronto Mail and Empire
12 Jan. 1924 'Swiss Avalanches' The Toronto Star Weekly
Jan. 1924 'Greatest Boy Actor Is a Toronto Lad' Toronto Mail and Empire
Aug. 1924 'And Out of "America"' transatlantic review
Oct. 1924 'Conrad, Optimist and Moralist' transatlantic review
Oct. 1924 'Pamplona Letter' transatlantic review
Mar. 1925 'Review of Anderson’s A Story-Teller’s Story' Ex Libris
Spring 1925 'Homage to Ezra' This Quarter
13 Jan. 1926 'Review of Two Christmas Plays' Vorarlberger Landes-Zeitung
12 Feb. 1927 'My Own Life' New Yorker
18 May 1927 'Italy—1927' New Republic
Mar. 1930 'Bullfighting, Sport and Industry' Fortune
Autumn 1933 'Marlin off the Morro: A Cuban Letter' Esquire
Jan. 1934 'The Friend of Spain' Esquire
Feb. 1934 'A Paris Letter' Esquire
Apr. 1934 'A.D. in Africa: A Tanganyika Letter' Esquire
June 1934 'Shootism Versus Sport: The Second Tanganyika Letter' Esquire
July 1934 'Notes on Dangerous Game: The Third Tanganyika Letter' Esquire
Aug. 1934 'Out in the Stream: A Cuban Letter' Esquire
Sept. 1934 'Defense of Dirty Words: A Cuban Letter' Esquire
Oct. 1934 'Genio after Josie: A Havana Letter' Esquire
Dec. 1934 'Old Newsman Writes: A Letter from Cuba' Esquire
1934 'The Farm' Cahiers d’Art
Jan. 1935 'Notes on Life and Letters: Or a manuscript found in a bottle' Esquire
Feb. 1935 '[Program Notes]' Esquire
Feb. 1935 'Remembering Shooting-Flying: A Key West Letter' Esquire
Mar. 1935 'Sailfish Off Mombasa: A Key West Letter' Esquire
Apr. 1935 'Sights of Whitehead Street, The: A Key West Letter' Esquire
May 1935 'a.d. Southern Style: A Key West Letter' Esquire
June 1935 'On Being Shot Again: A Gulf Stream Letter' Esquire
July 1935 'The President Vanquishes: A Bimini Letter' Esquire
Aug. 1935 'He Who Gets Slap Happy: A Bimini Letter' Esquire
17 Sept. 1935 'Who Murdered the Vets?' New Masses
Sept. 1935 'Notes on the Next War: A Serious Topical Letter' Esquire
Oct. 1935 'Monologue to the Maestro: A High Seas Letter' Esquire
Nov. 1935 'Malady of Power, The: A Second Serious Letter' Esquire
Dec. 1935 'Million Dollar Fright: A New York Letter' Esquire
Jan. 1936 'Wings Always Over Africa: An Ornithological Letter' Esquire
Apr. 1936 'On the Blue Water: A Gulf Stream Letter' Esquire
May 1936 'There She Breaches! or Moby Dick off the Morro' Esquire
12 Mar. 1937 'NANA Dispatch No. 1: Passport for Franklin' NANA[2]
15 Mar. 1937 'NANA Dispatch No. 2: Italian and German Intervention' NANA[2]
17 Mar. 1937 'NANA Dispatch No. 3: Journey to the War' NANA[2]
22 Mar. 1937 'NANA Dispatch No. 4: Loyalist Victory at Guadalajara' NANA[2]
26 Mar. 1937 'NANA Dispatch No. 5: Analysis of the Battle of Brihuega' NANA[2]
11 Apr. 1937 'NANA Dispatch No. 6: First Combat Experience' NANA[2]
c. 18 Apr. 1937 'NANA Dispatch No. 8: A Wounded American Volunteer' NANA[2]
20 Apr. 1937 'NANA Dispatch No. 9: Bombardment of Madrid' NANA[2]
30 Apr. 1937 'NANA Dispatch No. 10: Survey of Madrid’s
Defenses'
NANA[2]
Apr. 1937 'NANA Dispatch No. 7: Battle in the Casa de Campo' NANA[2]
9 May 1937 'NANA Dispatch No. 11: Strategic Situation in Spain
Today'
NANA[2]
c. 9 May 1937 'NANA Dispatch No. 12: The Chauffeurs of Madrid' NANA[2]
22 June 1937 'Fascism Is a Lie' New Masses
13 Sept. 1937 'NANA Dispatch No. 13: Battles of Quinto and
Belchite'
NANA[2]
23 Sept. 1937 'NANA Dispatch No. 14: Inspection of Aragon Front
Near Teruel'
NANA[2]
30 Sept. 1937 'NANA Dispatch No. 15: Madrid Front Is Quiet' NANA[2]
6 Oct. 1937 'NANA Dispatch No. 16: Central Front Around Brunete' NANA[2]
19 Dec. 1937 'NANA Dispatch No. 17: Attack on Teruel' NANA[2]
21 Dec. 1937 'NANA Dispatch No. 18: Fall of Teruel' NANA[2]
Spring 1938 'The Heat and the Cold' Verve
3 Apr. 1938 'NANA Dispatch No. 19: Flight of Refugees' NANA[2]
4 Apr. 1938 'NANA Dispatch No. 20: American Volunteers Retreat from Gandesa' NANA[2]
5 Apr. 1938 'NANA Dispatch No. 21: Defense of Tortosa' NANA[2]
7 Apr. 1938 'The Time Now, The Place Spain' Ken
10 Apr. 1938 'NANA Dispatch No. 22: Survey of the Catalan
Front'
NANA[2]
13 Apr. 1938 'NANA Dispatch No. 23: Quiet Day Along the Ebro' NANA[2]
15 Apr. 1938 'NANA Dispatch No. 24: Bombing of Tortosa' NANA[2]
18 Apr. 1938 'NANA Dispatch No. 25: Awaiting Combat in the Ebro Delta' NANA[2]
21 Apr. 1938 'Dying, Well or Badly' Ken
25 Apr. 1938 'NANA Dispatch No. 26: James Lardner, Loyalist Volunteer' NANA[2]
29 Apr. 1938 'NANA Dispatch No. 27: Loyalist Defenses on Lérida Front' NANA[2]
1 May 1938 'NANA Dispatch No. 28: Front and Rear in Spanish Civil War' NANA[2]
5 May 1938 'The Cardinal Picks a Winner' Ken
8 May 1938 'NANA Dispatch No. 29: Visit to Castellón Defenses' NANA[2]
10 May 1938 'NANA Dispatch No. 30: Madrid Fighting Its Own War' NANA[2]
2 June 1938 'United We Fall Upon Ken' Ken
16 June 1938 'H. M.’s Loyal State Department' Ken
30 June 1938 'Treachery in Aragon' Ken
14 July 1938 'Call for Greatness' Ken
28 July 1938 'My Pal the Gorilla Gargantua' Ken
1 Aug. 1938 'Humanity Will Not Forgive This' Pravda
11 Aug. 1938 'A Program for U.S. Realism' Ken
25 Aug. 1938 'Good Generals Hug the Line' Ken
8 Sept. 1938 'False News to the President' Ken
22 Sept. 1938 'Fresh Air on an Inside Story' Ken
12 Jan. 1939 'The Next Outbreak of Peace' Ken
Feb. 1939 'The Clark’s Fork Valley, Wyoming' Vogue
Feb. 1939 'On the American Dead in Spain' New Masses
May-June 1939 'The Writer as a Writer' Directions
May 1940 'Man, What a Sport' Rotarian
10 June 1941 'Russo-Japanese Pact' PM
11 June 1941 'Rubber Supplies in Dutch East Indies' PM
13 June 1941 'Japan Must Conquer China' PM
15 June 1941 'U.S. Aid to China' PM
16 June 1941 'Japan’s Position in China' PM
17 June 1941 'China’s Air Needs' PM
18 June 1941 'Chinese Build Air Field' PM
22 July 1944 'Voyage to Victory' Collier's
19 Aug. 1944 'London Fights the Robots' Collier's
30 Sept. 1944 'Battle for Paris' Collier's
7 Oct. 1944 'How We Came to Paris' Collier's
4 Nov. 1944 'The G.I. and the General' Collier's
18 Nov. 1944 'War in the Siegfried Line' Collier's
Mar. 1946 'The Sling and the Pebble' Free World
July 1949 'The Great Blue River' Holiday
Apr. 1951 'The Shot' True
18 Aug. 1952 'A Tribute to Mamma from Papa Hemingway' Life
1953 'The Circus' Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus Magazine & Program
26 Jan. 1954 'Safari' Look
20 Apr./4 May 1954 'The Christmas Gift' Look
4 Sept. 1956 'A Situation Report' Look
4 Sept. 1956 'A Visit With Hemingway: A Situation Report' Look
11 Sept. 1956 'Hemingway on the Town' London Daily Express
17 Aug. 1959 'A Matter of Wind' Sports Illustrated
Summer 1962 'The Nobel Prize Speech' Mark Twain Journal
20 Dec. 1971 'African Journal' Sports Illustrated
1990 'The Art of the Short Story' J.J. Benson's New Critical Approaches to the Short
Stories of Ernest Hemingway
1994 'Across from the Post Office' William Burrill's Hemingway: The Toronto Years
1994 'Lloyd George the Great Survivor' William Burrill's Hemingway: The Toronto Years
1994 'Lord and Lady Cranworth' William Burrill's Hemingway: The Toronto Years
1994 'Mayor Tommy Church' William Burrill's Hemingway: The Toronto Years
1994 'On the Golf Course with Lloyd George' William Burrill's Hemingway: The Toronto Years
1994 'Talking with the Tiger' William Burrill's Hemingway: The Toronto Years
1994 'What Professional Boxers Fight For' William Burrill's Hemingway: The Toronto Years
1994 'Who Is He?' William Burrill's Hemingway: The Toronto Years


Notes

1. Oak Park and River Forest High School Literary Magazine
2. North American Newspaper Alliance

Sources

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





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