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Roland Merullo

The life Hemingway made

By Roland Merullo
July 20, 2009

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There are ways in which Ernest Hemingway's life stands as a how-not-to handbook, a case study of the dangers of celebrity. At the same time, it was a life he made, not a uniform he fit himself into. (Full article: 713 words)

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