Long-lost Hemingway story captures Paris liberation
Clip: 08/07/2018 | 5m 10s
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 hallmarks of his classic works. Now "A Room on the Garden Side" has been published for the first time. Jeffrey Brown reports.
Aired: 08/07/18Video has closed captioning.
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