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Mariel Hemingway Film Plumbs Family’s Chilling History

January 25, 2013
Mariel Hemingway Film Plumbs Family’s Chilling History

Mariel Hemingway’s new documentary about her family’s mental health legacy has generated lots of buzz at Sundance Film Festival this year. The documentary Running From Crazy details the tragedies that have come to define the Hemingway family, and Hemingway’s Death in the Afternoon is said to play a strong thematic role.
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Hemingway Remembered, a Half-Century After Death

July 2, 2011
Hemingway Remembered, a Half-Century After Death

Today marks the 50th anniversary of the day Ernest Hemingway took his own life at his home in Ketchum, Idaho. The solemn day was marked by solemn recognitions of his achievements and contributions. “Today is a very sad day for all those who love old Hem,” one reader of this website wrote. “I just...
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Why I’m Stalking Hemingway

November 11, 2009
Why I’m Stalking Hemingway

Why am I in Idaho stalking the ghost of Ernest Hemingway? I’m asking myself the same question. I don’t hunt. I don’t fish. I don’t even bullfight. We’re hardly kindred souls, manly man Hemingway and scrawny man me. I’ve found myself drawn to him, though, through place.
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The House Where Hemingway Didn’t Live

October 26, 2009
The House Where Hemingway Didn’t Live

We walk along the outside porch. Below, the Big Wood River rollicks through tall cottonwood trees, their yellow leaves dropping off and cascading to the dense litter below. A hint of snow from the distant mountains peeks through. Monster homes are scattered along the other side of the bank. This isn’t the view Hemingway...
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Hunter on Hemingway

October 12, 2009
Hunter on Hemingway

Back before Hunter S. Thompson entered his Gonzo period, he wrote a thoughtful piece for the National Observer (May 25, 1964) titled “What Lured Hemingway to Ketchum?” (Find it in The Great Shark Hunt.) He writes: Anybody who considers himself a wrtier or even a serious reader cannot help but wonder just what it...
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A Moveable Piste, Part Deux

October 8, 2009
A Moveable Piste, Part Deux

Hemingway remembers it as the year of avalanches. Down and out Paris, with young Bumby in tow, he and Hadley fled the city for Schruns, in Austria's Vorarlberg. They lived in a $2 a day pension, playing poker by night, skiing by day. It was here where Hemingway crafted The Sun Also Rises. The suspicious...
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