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Student Contributions: 

The Annotations and Material on this website was a collaborative effort generated over two different academic periods, in 2019 and again in 2020-2021 by the following students: Chandler Culotta, Lily Connolly, Nina Darcy, Even Henderson, Tabitha LaFurie, Joel Lee and Nabhanya Morarji. In addition, we wish to credit the following unpublished student papers: 

Culotta, Chandler. “The Art and Writing of Ernest Hemingway”. Unpublished Student Essay. Course LIT 250: Hemingway, A Florida Writer, May 2019.

Huden, Jordan. “Headboards and Heartbreak: Hemingway’s Complicated Relationship With Catholicism.” Unpublished Student Essay. Course LIT 250: Hemingway, A Florida Writer, May 2019.

Gentzel, Lee. “The Artefact and the Living.” Unpublished Student Essay. Course LIT 250: Hemingway, A Florida Writer, May 2019.

Wightman, Ellie. “Hemingway’s Bookshelf.” Unpublished Student Essay. Course LIT 250, Hemingway: A Florida Writer, May 2019.