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Ernest Hemingway in convalescenza per ferite al fronte – Ospedale ARC, Milano, settembre 1918

BibliografiaModifica

Elenco dei romanzi di Ernest Hemingway su Wikipedia


OpereModifica

  • Three Stories and Ten Poems (racconti e poesie), Contact Publishing Company, Paris, 1923
  • In Our Time, ("miniature"), Three Mountains Press, Paris, 1924
  • In Our Time (edizione ampliata), Boni & Liverihht, New York, 1925
  • The Torrents of Springs, Scribner's. New York, 1926
  • Today Is Friday (atto unico), Stable Pamphlets, New Jersey, 1926
  • The Sun also Rises Scribner's, New York, 1926; edizione inglese, Fiesta, J. Cape, London, 1927
  • Men whithout Women (racconti), Scribner's, New York, 1927
  • A Farewell to Arms, Scribner's, New York, 1929
  • Introduction to Kiki of Montparnasse, E. W. Titus, New York, 1929
  • Death in the Afternoon, Scribner's, New York, 1932
  • Kilimanjaro, Scribner's, New York, 1932
  • Winner Take Nothing (racconti), Scribner's, New York, 1933
  • God rest You Merry Gentlemen (racconto), The House of Books, New York, 1933
  • The Green Hills of Africa, Scribner's, New York, 1935
  • The Short and Happy Life of Francis Macomber, 1936
  • To Have and Have Not, Scribner's, New York, 1937
  • The Spanish Earth (sceneggiatura), Cleveland, 1938
  • The Fifth Column and the First Forty-nine Stories (commedia e racconti), Scribner's, New York, 1938
  • For Whom the Bell tolls, Scribner's, New York, 1940
  • Men at War (racconti), Crowell-Collier, New York, 1942
  • Voyage to Victory (opuscolo), Crowell-Collier, New York, 1944
  • The Viking Portable Hemingway (antologia), a cura di Malcom Cowley, Viking, New York, 1944
  • Across the River and Into the Trees, Scribner's, New York, 1950
  • The Good Lion e The Faithful Bull, "Holiday", marzo 1951
  • The Old Man and the Sea, Scribner's, New York, 1952
  • The Hemingway Reader (antologia), The Hart Press, Berkeley, 1953
  • Two Christmas Tales (racconti), The Hart Press, Berkeley, 1959
  • The Collected Poems (poesie), San Francisco, 1960
  • The Snows of Kilimanjaro and Other Stories (racconti), Scribner's, New York, 1961
  • The Wild Years (articoli 1920-1923. "The Toronto Star Weekly"), Dell. New York, 1962
  • A Moveable Feast (memorie), Scribner's, New York, 1964
  • By-Line: Ernest Hemingway (articoli 1920-1956), Scribner's, New York, 1967
  • Islands in the Stream, Scribner's, New York, 1970
  • Ernest Hemingway's Apprenticeship: Oak Park 1916-1917 (testi giovanili), NCR Microcard Editions, 1971
  • The Nick Adams Stories (racconti), Scribner's, New York, 1973
  • 88 Poems (poesie), University of Nebraska Press, 1979
  • Selected Letters 1917-1961, Scribner's, New York, 1981
  • Ernest Hemingway on Writing (passi sulla scrittura), Scribner's, New York, 1984
  • The Dangerous Summer, Scribner's, New York, 1985
  • Dateline Toronto: The Complete Toronto Star Dispatches 1920-1924, Scribner's, New York, 1985
  • The Young Hemingway: Three Unpublished Short Stories (racconti inediti), "The New York Sunday Times Magazine", 18 agosto, 1985
  • Conversations whith Hemingway (interviste), a cura di Matthew Bruccoli, University Press of Mississippi, Jackson, 1986
  • The Complete Short Stories (tutti i racconti), Scribner's, New York, 1987
  • The Garden of Eden, Scribner's, New York, 1987
  • True at First Light, 1999
  • A Room on the Garden Side, The Strand Magazine, 2018

In italianoModifica

  • Il ritorno del soldato Krebs, trad. di C. Linati, Monaca e Messicani, trad. di E. Vittorini. Vita felice di Francis Macomber, per poco, trad. di Elio Vittorini, in America, a cura di Elio Vittorini, Bompiani, Milano 1942
  • L'invincibile (cinque racconti), pref. di S. Surace, Jandi-Sapi, Roma 1944
  • E il sole sorge ancora (noto anche con il titolo "Fiesta"), trad. di R. Dandolo, Jandi-Sapi, Roma 1944; Fiesta, Einaudi, Torino 1946, trad. di G. Trevisan
  • Addio alle armi , trad. di B. Fonzi, Jandi-Sapi, Roma 1945; Addio alle armi, trad. di G. Ferrara, P. Russo, D. Isella, Arnoldo Mondadori Editore, Milano 1946; Addio alle armi, trad. di Fernanda Pivano, Mondadori, Milano 1949
  • Per chi suona la campana, trad. di Maria Martone Napolitano, Mondadori, 1946
  • La quinta colonna, trad. di Giuseppe Trevisani, Einaudi, Torino 1946
  • Verdi colline d'Africa, trad. di G. Carancini, Jandi-Sapi, Roma 1946; trad. di A. Bertolucci e A. Rossi, Einaudi, Torino 1948
  • Uomini senza donne, trad. di A. Salomone, Elios, 1946
  • Chi ha e chi non ha, Jandi-Sapi, Roma 1945, trad. B. Fonzi; Avere e non avere, trad. di G. Monicelli, Einaudi, Torino 1946
  • Morte nel pomeriggio, trad. di Fernanda Pivano, Einaudi, Torino 1947
  • I quarantanove racconti, trad. di Giuseppe Trevisani, Einaudi, Torino 1947
  • Torrenti di primavera, trad. di B. Fonzi, Einaudi, Torino 1951
  • Il vecchio e il mare, trad. di Fernanda Pivano, Mondadori, Milano 1952
  • Di là dal fiume e tra gli alberi, trad. di Fernanda Pivano, Mondadori, Milano 1965
  • Lettere 1917-1961, intr. di Carlos Baker, trad. di F. Franconeri, Mondadori, Milano 1986
  • Festa mobile, in Franco Furoncoli, Parigi senza tempo, Idea-libri 1999; pref. di Fernanda Pivano. Il testo accompagna le immagini.
  • Ventuno racconti (parte I e II), trad. di E. Capriolo e B. Oddera, Mondadori, Milano 1986
  • Il giardino dell'Eden, trad. di M. D'Amico, Mondadori, Milano 1987
  • I quarantanove racconti, trad. di Vincenzo Mantovani, con un'intervista a cura di George Plimpton, Einaudi, Torino 1999
  • La corrente e Incroci-Un'antologia, a cura di Francesco Cappellini, Via del vento edizioni, aprile 2010
  • Hemingway-Kurowsky in amore e in guerra, Mursia, collana Carteggi e Diari
  • Nella collezione "I classici contemporanei stranieri" sono usciti in due volumi le Opere di Ernest Hemingway, Mondadori, Milano, 1962
  • Nei "Meridiani" Mondadori è uscito Romanzi e racconti al cui interno si possono trovare i romanzi Addio alle armi e Fiesta e la raccolta di racconti Nel Nostro Tempo, a cura di Fernanda Pivano, 1974
  • Nella serie "Gli Oscar Mondadori" sono disponibili numerosi romanzi con apparato critico e bibliografico
  • Fiesta (nella collezione Novecento Mondiale)

PostumeModifica

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Fonti secondarieModifica

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