Hemingway's Not-So-Private Idaho

“He almost never wrote about it but, for the last 20 years of his life, Ernest Hemingway made his home in the rugged Idaho mountain town of Ketchum in a 1950s-era house made of poured concrete and painted to make it look like wood.” Leonard Doyle writes about the local controversies surrounding attempts to open the scene of Hemingway’s death to the hoi polloi. In the U.K.’s The Independent.

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