Season 1999 Episode 2 | 58m 50s Video has closed captioning.

Marcia Franklin talks with four experts on Ernest Hemingway, in Idaho for an Idaho Humanities Council conference on the 100th anniversary of his birth. Guests include Michael Reynolds, Susan Beegel, J. Gerald Kennedy and Nancy Comley. The group discusses the influence of Idaho on Hemingway, what makes him special, the themes of his works, their favorite books, and what they’d want to ask him.

Aired: 12/23/99

Rating: TV-G

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