Letters of Ernest Hemingway

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  • 3 Dec 2013

    The Making of an Expatriate

    Paris wasn't the only place Hemingway realized he needed to be an expatriate American writer. (Pictured: This building used to be the Selby Hotel in Toronto, where the Hemingways briefly stayed in the fall of 1923.)

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  • 22 Nov 2013

    Lost and Found: A Missing Hemingway Short Story

    We challenged our readers to imagine that they found Hemingway's missing suitcase and his long-lost short stories. What would be in it? What would the opening line say? We are excited to announce the winners here!

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  • 19 Nov 2013

    Proud Papa Hemingway

    Hemingway as a proud father, a loving son, and an affectionate brother—these are not the usual ways we have come to see such an iconic American writer. But his letters reveal the man behind the myth, and beneath his brash persona there was a dedicated family man.

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  • 17 Sep 2013

    My Dinner with Hemingway

    The decade of glitz and glamour in the City of Lights was also a period of fabulous French food. With this menu, sample recipes from Ernest Hemingway's Paris and dishes he mentioned in The Letters of Ernest Hemingway, Volume 2.

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