Hemingway, At Sea and Elsewhere

“The 2012 college grad who will be gored running with the bulls in Pamplona next July, and the thousands of others safely drinking too much behind the barriers, are all living out the fantasies of one man.”

In The New York Times, novelist Arthur Phillips reviews three recent books on Ernest Hemingway, including Volume I of The Letters of Ernest Hemingway (some about boyhood fishing trips in Michigan) and Hemingway’s Boat, about the Pulitzer Prize winner’s many failed friendships.

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