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PORTRAIT OF HEMINGWAY

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

This portrait of Hemingway is a "Profile" which was originally done for The New Yorker in 1947, introduced by a prologue touching on the continuity of their friendship which began at that time, his generosity towards her (as towards many other writers), and briefly the unexpected response to the "Profile" which many found "devastating" although it met this magazine's criteria of objectivity and ... Read full review

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Review: Portrait of Hemingway (Modern Library (Paperback))

User Review  - Hallie - Goodreads

I loved it. It wasn't over thought, just a snapshot of his life. His loves, dislikes, childish pouting, reactions, and displays of joy create a simple but profound depiction of Papa. Read full review

Review: Portrait of Hemingway (Modern Library (Paperback))

User Review  - E Jeanne Harnois - Goodreads

I wanted to reread Lillian Ross's essay on Hemingway and couldn't find the anthology on my shelves, so I bought this book. I am so glad I did! The preface and afterward, both written by Ross, provide ... Read full review

Review: Portrait of Hemingway (Modern Library (Paperback))

User Review  - Matt Thompson - Goodreads

Short, but fascinating. Read full review

Review: Portrait of Hemingway (Modern Library (Paperback))

User Review  - Nick Miller - Goodreads

The most darling and delicious piece. Ross will make you wish you lived in that era. The dialogue is just so pretty. Oh, Papa . . . Read full review

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