About the Contributors
William Adair is an Instructor at San Joaquin Delta College, Stockton, California, and the
author of a number of essays on Hemingway including"A Farewell to Arms: A Dream Book"
and "Landscapes of the Mind: 'Big Two-Hearted River,'" both reprinted in critical collec-
Nina Baym is LAS Jubilee Professor of English at the University of Illinois. Among her
publications are Women's Fiction: A Guide to Novels by and About Women in America, 1820-1870
and Novels, Readers, and Reviewers: Responses to Fiction in Antebellum America.
Susan F. Beegel is an independent scholar living on Nantucket. She is the author of
Hemingway's Craft of Omission: Four Manuscript Examples, and the editor of Hemingway's
Neglected Short Fiction: New Perspectives.
Warren Bennett is professor of English at the University of Regina in Regina, Canada. Among
Hemingway scholars Bennett is best known for his work on "A Clean, Well-Lighted Place";
his most recent article is "'That's not very polite': Sexual Identity in Hemingway's 'The Sea
Change,'" which appeared in Susan Beegel's collection of essays on Hemingway's ne-
Gerry Brenner is Professor of English at the University of Montana and the author of
Concealments in Hemingway's Works. He co-authored (with Earl Rovit) the revised edition of
Ernest Hemingway, and he is in addition the author of many essays on Hemingway's work.
Scott Donaldson, Louis G. T. Cooley Professor of English at the College of William and Mary,
is the author of biographies of Winfield Townley Scott, Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott
Fitzgerald, and John Cheever.
Larry Edgerton is Senior Writing Instructor in a minorities program at the University of
Wisconsin-Madison; he has published fiction, poetry, and critical articles on Dickens,
Milton, twentieth-century literature, and composition theory.
Robert E. Fleming is Professor of English at the University of New Mexico. His articles on
Hemingway have appeared in American Literature, Arizona Quarterly, Hemingway Review,
Journal of Modern Literature, North Dakota Quarterly, and Studies in American Fiction.
E. R. Hagemann, a retired Professor of English and Humanities, has published articles on
Hemingway, Fitzgerald, James, and Crane, among others. He resides in Louisville, Ken-
tucky, and is working on a Hemingway project.
Howard L. Hannum is Associate Professor of English at La Salle University and the author of
several articles on Hemingway's work, including "Soldier's Home: Immersion Therapy and
Lyric Pattern in 'Big Two-Hearted River'" and "The Case of Dr. Henry Adams."