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Hemingway In Cuba

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Hemingway In Cuba by Hilary Hemingway Book Summary:

From 1939 to 1960, Ernest Hemingway made Cuba home to his life and work. Upon winning the Nobel Prize, he pronounced himself a "Cubano Sato"—garden variety Cuban—and gave the award to the Cuban people. To this day the Cubans revere "Ernesto," and the country that Hemingway loved remains unchanged in its character and beauty. Hemingway in Cuba is at once a literary journey for Hemingway aficionados and a rich companion to Papa’s time in Cuba and in neighboring Bimini and Key West. Hilary Hemingway gives new insight into her uncle’s life in Cuba, relating tales of his renowned passion for big game fishing, the women who competed for his affection, and the people who came to inhabit novels such as To Have and Have Not and Islands in the Stream. Readers of Hemingway will recognize Cojimar, the small fishing village featured in his best-known work, The Old Man and the Sea, as one example of how Cuba left an indelible mark on his work. In the care of Cuban curators since his death in 1961, Hemingway’s home in Cuba holds a trove of letters, books, and other documents vital to Hemingway scholarship. Hemingway in Cuba features revelations from the curators’ ongoing research at Finca Vigía, as well as details of the Hemingway Project, a historical collaborative agreement that allows select American scholars to examine this cache of Hemingway papers for the first time. Accompanied by 160 archival and contemporary photographs, Hemingway in Cuba is a must-have for the Hemingway enthusiast.

Hemingway in Cuba

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Hemingway in Cuba by Gerard de Cortanze Book Summary:

He was one of the most colorful authors who ever lived, as fascinating as any character he wrote. "Papa" Ernest Hemingway ran with the bulls in Pamplona, observed and reported on the Spanish Civil War firsthand, avidly hunted and fished, and drank enthusiastically. For over twenty years, until his suicide, he resided in Cuba, a land that he loved and where he was deeply loved in return. This is a history of the profound relationship between country and man, as seen by an author who retraced Hemingway's footsteps, and toured the novelist and adventurer's hideouts and hangouts, all shown in exceptional photographs. Step into the Hotel Ambos Mundos, where he penned his masterpiece For Whom the Bell Tolls, and inside the Floridita, the bar where Hemingway met his friends and downed mojitos. Visit the fishing village of Cojimar, his boat Pilar, and most importantly La Finca Vigia, Hemingway's home--preserved exactly as it was when he lived there. A beautiful evocation of an age gone by, still wonderfully preserved, and an always-compelling writer.

With Hemingway: A year in Key West and Cuba

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With Hemingway: A year in Key West and Cuba by Arnold Samuelson Book Summary:

This recently discovered narrative recounts the author's year, 1934-1935, with Ernest Hemingway in Key West and of the life he, the Hemingways, and their visitors led during that year

With Hemingway: A Year in Key West and Cuba

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With Hemingway: A Year in Key West and Cuba by Arnold Samuelson Book Summary:

This recently discovered narrative recounts the author's year, 1934-1935, with Ernest Hemingway in Key West and of the life he, the Hemingways, and their visitors led during that year

With Hemingway: A Year in Key West and Cuba

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With Hemingway: A Year in Key West and Cuba by Arnold Samuelson Book Summary:

This recently discovered narrative recounts the author's year, 1934-1935, with Ernest Hemingway in Key West and of the life he, the Hemingways, and their visitors led during that year

Hemingway à Cuba (Folio t. 3663) (French Edition)

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Hemingway à Cuba (Folio t. 3663) (French Edition) by Gérard de Cortanze Book Summary:

"Après plusieurs incursions sur les côtes cubaines, Hemingway loue, en avril 1932, une chambre à l'hôtel Ambos Mundos, à La Havane, où il écrira de nombreux articles et son roman Pour qui sonne le glas. Sept ans plus tard, Martha Gellhorn, qu'il a rencontrée en Espagne pendant la guerre civile, trouve près de La Havane, à San Francisco de Paula, une maison de style colonial espagnol : la Finca Vigía. Au milieu de ses vastes bibliothèques, parmi soixante-sept chats et chiens, entouré de tableaux qu'il aime, de ses fétiches africains et de ses trophées de chasse, il y écrit, dans la douleur, une œuvre. Quand il ne pêche pas, il assiste à des parties de pelote basque, pratique le tir au pigeon au Club du Cerro, retrouve ses amis américains et ses chers pêcheurs cubains. Il ne quittera Cuba qu'en juillet 1960. Un an plus tard, il se suicidera.Il avait passé trente ans de sa vie à Cuba. Ce livre est l'histoire d'une rencontre entre un écrivain et un pays." Gérard de Cortanze.

With Hemingway, A Year in Key West and Cuba, LARGE PRINT

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With Hemingway, A Year in Key West and Cuba, LARGE PRINT by Arnold DSamuelson Book Summary:

Large Print Edition. The author Arnold Samuelson signed on as a deckhand on Hemingway's private boat, Pilar, in Key West and Cuba. He learned the secrets of one of America's greatest outdoorsmen and writers, Ernest Hemingway, who shared some of his writing secrets to this young deck hand. (Description by http-mart)

Hemingway's Havana: A Reflection of the Writer’s Life in Cuba

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Hemingway's Havana: A Reflection of the Writer’s Life in Cuba by Robert Wheeler Book Summary:

Ernest Hemingway lived in Cuba for more than two decades, longer than anywhere else. He bought a home―naming it the Finca Vigia―with his third wife, Martha Gellhorn and wrote his masterpiece The Old Man and the Sea there. In Cuba, Papa Hemingway found a sense of serenity and enrichment that he couldn’t find anywhere else. Now, through more than a hundred color photographs and accompanying text, Robert Wheeler takes us through the streets and near the water’s edge of Havana, and closer to the relationship Hemingway shared with the Cuban people, their landscape, their politics, and their culture. Wheeler has followed Hemingway’s path across continents―from La Closerie des Lilas Café in Paris to Sloppy Joe’s Bar in Key West to El Floridita in Havana―seeking to capture through photography and the written word the essence of one of the greatest writers in the English language. In Hemingway’s Havana, he reveals the beauty and the allure of Cuba, an island nation whose deep connection with the sea came to fascinate and inspire the writer. The book includes a foreword by América Fuentes who is the granddaughter of the late Gregorio Fuentes, the captain of Hemingway’s boat Pilar and his loyal and close friend.

Hemingway's Cuba: Finding the Places and People That Influenced the Writer

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Hemingway's Cuba: Finding the Places and People That Influenced the Writer by Dennis L. Noble Book Summary:

Ernest Hemingway spent about one-third of his life in Cuba and grew to love the country and its people. This travel narrative follows a journey across the island in search of Hemingway's Cuba and how it influenced some of his writings. The author seeks out Hemingway's haunts in Old Havana and his home in Finca Vigia and explores the north coast fishing village of Cojimar, his setting for The Old Man and the Sea. Along the way there are glimpses of Cuban geography and history, as well as the lives of modern Cubans.

Sobrevivir al cáncer ... por ahora.: Tras la huella de Hemingway en Cuba (Spanish Edition)

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Sobrevivir al cáncer ... por ahora.: Tras la huella de Hemingway en Cuba (Spanish Edition) by Mr. Jan Kñákal Císar Book Summary:

A sus 66 años, Milan recibe la noticia de que tiene cáncer. Fustigado por el miedo y el abatimiento, ingresa en un limbo donde los fantasmas de su pasado y la idea de fatalidad lo consumen. Sólo el sobresalto de una aventura tropical que lo pone tras los pasos del escritor Ernest Hemingway provocará en él el encuentro con su propia sombra y el estallido de su toma de conciencia. ¿Qué ironía de la vida hace posible que nuestra verdad más trascendente nos sea revelada en la hora más oscura? ¿Qué escritura dicta que nuestra salvación provenga del desamparo y que la cumbre se alcance en el descenso? Dueño de un gran ritmo narrativo y de una inspirada prosa, Jan Kñákal Císar logra contar una historia atrayente que es a la vez una profunda indagación sobre el destino. Retomando el mito del duelo con la muerte, nos entrega una novela memorable donde enfermedad, erotismo, política, destierro y literatura son los espejos donde, no sin alarma, se refleja un hombre que lucha por su vida. Eduardo Parra Ramírez, maestro fundador y ex presidente de la Escuela Mexicana de Escritores, así como ganador de seis premios en literatura

ALBERT BRUN: Un reporter insaisissable du Cuba Libre d'Hemingway à la capture de Klaus Barbie - 40 ans d'AFP (French Edition)

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ALBERT BRUN: Un reporter insaisissable du Cuba Libre d'Hemingway à la capture de Klaus Barbie - 40 ans d'AFP (French Edition) by Alicia Brun-Leonard Book Summary:

Albert Brun, journaliste et photographe français, correspondant de l'Afp en Amérique latine, principalement au Pérou et en Bolivie (1940-1984), "véritable soldat de l'information", est l'une des plumes qui a laissé une marque profonde dans la presse française et latino-américaine. Ce livre, mené comme un roman, reprend des informations et des rencontres où l'on croise le meilleur comme le pire, d'Hemingway ou de Che Guevara à Klaus Barbie.