Welcome to Havana, Señor Hemingway

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Planeta, 2005 - Fiction - 380 pages
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"My grandfather knocked down Ernest Hemingway, or so I was told..." So begins an intriguing journey of discovery to Cuba. Many years ago, Javier Lopez Angulo met the celebrated writer in Prohibition-era Havana. Now, his grandson returns to the island to find out why their friendship ended so abruptly. The result is a richly detailed historical novel. which brings to life the Golden Age of Havana in the 1930s and presents a fresh portrait of Hemingway from a Cuban perspective.--From publisher description.

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A quarter century before the revolution that brought Castro to power in Cuba was also a time of brutal political unrest, and Ernest Hemingway was in the midst of it all, fishing for marlin, carousing ... Read full review


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