Idolizing Hemingway

By posted at 2:55 pm on July 7, 2011 1

Robert Roper wonders whether or not Ernest Hemingway‘s death has “eclipsed his work.” Elsewhere, Melville House wonders whether or not the FBI had something to do with it. The author’s influence is as apparent today as ever before, though perhaps it’s not his death that endures, but rather his perceived masculine mystique.

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One Response to “Idolizing Hemingway”

  1. Paul Pender
    at 4:18 pm on July 7, 2011

    As an animal lover I’ve always thought it would have been poetic justice if a rhino had shot him.

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