By Linda Wagner-Martin
The 1999 Hemingway centennial marks the proper time for the reevaluation of his place as America's finest modernist author. those essays, all written specifically for this assortment, plumb unexplored historic info of Hemingway's lifestyles to light up new and sometimes unforeseen dimensions of the strength of his literary accomplishment. Discussing biographical information of his own existence in addition to the subtleties of his personality, the textual content features a variety of attention-grabbing photographs and pictures.
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The surgeon repaired the compound spiral fracture, binding Hemingway's humerus together with kangaroo tendon. For the next seven weeks, he was hospitalized in a great deal of pain. When Pauline arrived, she brought him books, answered his mail, and slept in the room with him, keeping his spirits from sinking lower. It was almost a full year before Hemingway's right arm returned to something like normal and the damaged nerves in his writing hand repaired themselves. 32 Ernest Hemingway During his seven-week hospital stay in Billings, the sale of the film rights to A Farewell to Arms brought him a $24,000 windfall.
New York Times, July 26, 1942, p. 22. 17. : Princeton University Press, 1981) item 1357, Felix Luckner, The Last Privateer, misidentified in Hemingway, Selected Letters, ed. Carlos Baker (New York: Scribner's 1981). 18. Office of Naval Intelligence publications ONI 22O-M and ONI 22O-G. Hemingway's copy of ONI 22O-M is in the Hemingway Collection, John F. Kennedy Library, Boston. 19. Havana Post, May 2, 1942. 20. Hayne D. Boyden, letter to Ernest Hemingway, Nov. 2, 1942, Hemingway Collection, John F.
During a twenty-month period in Europe, Hemingway filed more than eighty-eight stories with the Toronto Star, all but a few of which were printed. Between January 1922 and September 1923 the Star printed Hemingway's submissions, which ranged from local color ('American Bohemians in Paris a Weird Lot") to winter sports ("Try Bob-Sledding If You Want Thrills") and the Great War ("A Veteran Visits Old Front, Wishes He Had Stayed Away"). The Star also sent Hemingway to cover four important events: the Genoa Economic Conference (Apr.
A Historical Guide to Ernest Hemingway by Linda Wagner-Martin