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  • 29 Dec 2011
    Robert Trogdon

    Learning from Papa: Editor Robert Trogdon on Collecting Hemingway’s Letters

    Working on The Letters of Ernest Hemingway for the past several years has been and continues to be a truly wonderful experience. Since my graduate school days I have loved working with primary documents—manuscripts, letters, etc.—that contain a writer’s initial conceptions of a work or his unmediated thoughts.

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  • 21 Jul 2011

    Happy Birthday, Ernest Hemingway!

    Today, July 21st, would have been Hemingway’s 112th birthday. As Cambridge prepares to publish The Letters of Ernest Hemingway 1907 – 1922 (on sale September 20th), I’ve been thinking about what makes Hemingway such an enduring figure. I put the question to my colleagues and received quite compelling ­- and varied ­- responses.

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