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Books in Our Library

Below are just a few of the books on Hemingway and his work in our library.  Look in the 813 and 813.52 sections for more.

Readings on A Farewell to Arms
Call Number: 813.52 REA FAR

A Reader's Guide to Hemingway
Call Number: 813 HEM WAL

Readings on Ernest Hemingway
Call Number: 813.52 HEM and 813 REA
Two copies.

The Importance of Ernest Hemingway
Call Number: 813.52 PRA

Hemingway Code Hero

This is the same link from your class Cubview page.

Databases

The database passwords can be found by logging into Cubview and going to the Burns Library group page at  http://cubview.loyolahs.edu/pg/groups/143509/fritz-b-burns-library/     Then click on "Group Files" and download the Word file.  While you are at it, join our group!  If this does not work for you for some reason, please email me, Mrs. April Hannah at ahannah@loyolahs.edu or else pick up a blue flyer from the library.

  • Bloom's Literary Criticism (Burns Library Database)
    After login, enter the keywords "Hemingway code hero" into the search line. If you click on the tab "Analysis/Criticism" you will see the first three articles discuss the code in A Farewell to Arms, especially "Defying the Code."
 

Does Catherine Fit the Code?

Last scene from 1937 version of A Farewell to Arms.

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