The Letters of Ernest Hemingway

The Letters of Ernest Hemingway

Volume 2, 1923-1925

Book - 2013
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"Hemingway described his artistic method as inventing from experience. In his letters we live in the country, meet the people, track the relationships, and witness events unfold that later he would forge into fiction. In a postscript to the 11 September 1925 letter to his mother telling of his novel in progress, Hemingway added a note about his wife: Hadley is better looking and huskier than ever. She's had her hair cut like a boys as all the chic people now and has several people in love with her including a very nice bull fighter named Nino de la Palma who dedicates bulls to her and gives her the ears. These are carefully saved in my handkerchiefs"--
Publisher: Cambridge, United Kingdom :, Cambridge University Press,, 2013
Description: lxvii, 519 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
ISBN: 9780521897341
Branch Call Number: 813.09 Hem


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