By Linda Wagner-Martin
The 1999 Hemingway centennial marks the fitting time for the reevaluation of his place as America's premiere modernist author. those essays, all written particularly for this assortment, plumb unexplored ancient info of Hemingway's lifestyles to light up new and infrequently unforeseen dimensions of the strength of his literary accomplishment. Discussing biographical information of his own lifestyles besides the subtleties of his personality, the textual content encompasses a variety of attention-grabbing pictures and pictures.
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21. 16. New York Times, July 26, 1942, p. 22. 17. : Princeton University Press, 1981) item 1357, Felix Luckner, The Last Privateer, misidentified in Hemingway, Selected Letters, ed. Carlos Baker (New York: Scribner's 1981). 18. Office of Naval Intelligence publications ONI 22O-M and ONI 22O-G. Hemingway's copy of ONI 22O-M is in the Hemingway Collection, John F. Kennedy Library, Boston. 19. Havana Post, May 2, 1942. 20. Hayne D. Boyden, letter to Ernest Hemingway, Nov. 2, 1942, Hemingway Collection, John F.
A Brief Biography 49 7. "The Invaders," Newsweek (July 6, 1942), p. 304; Newsweek (Aug. ), pp. 29-31. 8. New York Times, July 2, 1942, pp. 1, 8. 9. Newsweek (July 13, 1942), pp. 27-28. Leicester Hemingway's feature stories proved more accurate than Ernest once thought. 10. Havana Post, Apr. 14, 1942. 11. ). 6 12. ). 7 Records of Naval Sea Frontiers 1940-1950, War Diary, Commander, Gulf Sea Frontier, May 1, 1942. 13. War Diary, May 18, 1942, Navy Operating Procedures update. 14. See New York Times, Jan.
304; Newsweek (Aug. ), pp. 29-31. 8. New York Times, July 2, 1942, pp. 1, 8. 9. Newsweek (July 13, 1942), pp. 27-28. Leicester Hemingway's feature stories proved more accurate than Ernest once thought. 10. Havana Post, Apr. 14, 1942. 11. ). 6 12. ). 7 Records of Naval Sea Frontiers 1940-1950, War Diary, Commander, Gulf Sea Frontier, May 1, 1942. 13. War Diary, May 18, 1942, Navy Operating Procedures update. 14. See New York Times, Jan. 4, 1942, p. 4; New York Times, Jan. 11, 1942, V, 7:1; New York Times, Jan.
A Historical Guide to Ernest Hemingway by Linda Wagner-Martin