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Hemingway in the News

Has Hemingway’s Cuban Car Come Home?

March 26, 2011
Has Hemingway’s Cuban Car Come Home?

For 50 years, its whereabouts has been a mystery, writes Christopher Baker, but the mystery may be solved. Hemingway’s 1955 Chrysler seems to have appeared. Somehow, Baker writes, the Chrysler New Yorker DeLuxe ended up in the hands of Hemingway’s driver, and then, mysteriously, into the hands of the government, which has moved the...
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Ernest Hemingway, Yelper

March 26, 2011
Ernest Hemingway, Yelper

“I called Sam and asked him if he wanted to come to dinner but he said he had softball practice and I said that was a damned shame and hung up. When I got to Sun City Bea and Rob were at were at the bar, behind tattooed women and men with guitars. They were...
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Duvall, et al, in HBO’s Hemingway Film

March 17, 2011
Duvall, et al, in HBO’s Hemingway Film

The lineup for the upcoming HBO film Hemingway & Gellhorn continues to fill up with top stars. Never mind Clive Owen and Nicole Kidman in the title roles. Variety reports that Robert Duvall has signed on to play a Russian general in the Spanish civil war. Also in the lineup: David Strathairn, Molly Parker, Rodrigo...
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Hemingway’s Safari Rifle Targeted for Auction

March 3, 2011
Hemingway’s Safari Rifle Targeted for Auction

When an old Idaho pal of Hemingway showed me the gun Mary Hemingway used on safari, I felt more than a little awe. What a piece of history to have in your hands. Given Hemingway’s manner of death, there’s something a little macabre about owning one of Hemingway’s firearms. The gun he used to...
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McClain lets Hadley ‘Step into the Light’

March 1, 2011
McClain lets Hadley ‘Step into the Light’

“The very first thing he does is fix me with those wonderfully brown eyes and say, ‘It’s possible I’m too drunk to judge, but you might have something there.’” So reads a passage from The Paris Wife, the novel by Paula McClain published by Ballantine, which was won rave reviews for its fictionalized account...
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For Hemingway Wives, Time for Their Closeup

February 26, 2011
For Hemingway Wives, Time for Their Closeup

So, what are you doing Sunday afternoon? Wanna go to the movies? I mean, be in the movies? You’ve got a shot if you’re a Spanish-looking man in San Francisco. The HBO production crew shooting Hemingway & Gellhorn is looking for a few good men to serve as soldiers in the Spanish Civil War....
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