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Hemingway’s Great-Grandson Runs with Bulls

July 9, 2013
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Ninety years after Ernest Hemingway made his first visit to Pamplona’s San Fermin festival, his great-grandson Michael Hemingway, 16, took part in the running of the bulls Hemingway made famous.

With camera in Hand, Michael came to Pamplona with his father John, author of the family memoir, Strange Tribe.

“Dressed in white with a red neckerchief Hemingway junior joined several thousand other thrill seekers as they sprinted through the narrow cobbled streets of Pamplona chased by six half-tonne Iberian fighting bulls and six steers,” writes the British Daily Mail, which has a bunch of fine Associated Press photos of the young Hemingway.

John Hemingway is no stranger to his grandfather’s landmarks. He recently visited Bimini to take part in a fishing tournament there.