From Nuclear to Nice: Cuba Gives Hemingway Documents to Kennedy Museum

Looking for signs of a thawing in Cuban-U.S. relations? The thousands of documents that Cuba has digitized and plans to make available to scholars worldwide will find a U.S. home at the John F. Kennedy presidential library in Boston. (If you miss the irony here, catch “The Missiles of October“.) “Most of the papers have never been published and will give new insight into the 21 years Hemingway spent at Finca Vigia in San Francisco de Paula where he wrote some of his greatest works, said Ada Rosa Alfonso Rosales, director of Museo Ernest Hemingway.” From Reuters, via FishingJones.com.

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