Hemingway The 1930s (Paperback)
|Author: Michael S. Reynolds|
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|In the years between A FAREWELL TO ARMS and FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS, Ernest Hemingway matured as a writer against the backdrop of Cuban revolutions, African game trails, Key West poverty, and the Spanish Civil War. Here biographer Michael Reynolds brings us so close to the man that "you can all but smell Hemingway's whisky breath coming off the pages" (LIBRARY JOURNAL). Photos.|