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By Jeffrey Brown
On a Sunday morning, the famed writer awoke early in a discombobulated and distressed mood. The rest is literary history -- and part of a family’s legacy of pain.
By Dr. Howard Markel
The director of Hemingway's literary estate, Michael Katakis, told The Associated Press recently that "The Monument" and "Indian Country and the White Army" will be included with a special reissue of the author's classic "For Whom the Bell Tolls."…
By Hillel Italie, Associated Press
In August 1944, Paris was liberated from Nazi occupiers, and embedded with the soldiers was a giant of American literature. More than a decade later, Ernest Hemingway captured the mood and the moment in a short story that bears the…
In 1956, Ernest Hemingway wrote to his publisher about five short stories he had written: “You can always publish them after I’m dead.” More than six decades later, fans will finally get the chance to read one.
By Alison Thoet
By PBS NewsHour
A photo of Ernest Hemingway sitting with a mischievous-looking group in Pamplona inspired Leslie M. M. Blume’s new book, “Everybody Behaves Badly.” It was 1925, a year before Hemingway’s “The Sun Also Rises,” hit. The group was a volatile mix,…
The Old Man and His Boat: Hemingway's Quest for Peace…
Hemingway and His Boat: New Book Offers Insight Into Elusive Writer…
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