With Hemingway: A Year in Key West and Cuba

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Random House, 1984 - Americans - 183 pages
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

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Subtitle: A Year in Key West and Cuba In early 1934, Arnold Samuelson hopped a freight car and managed to get all the way to Key West, FL. He was inspired by an article or short story he’d read by ... Read full review

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Enough of the deep sea fishing for me for awhile. The adsolute best thing about this memoir is the writing instructions given by Hemingway. Needed more of it though Albert took the advice and wrote this mostly unnoticed gem about his year with E.H. Read full review


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