Sunday, July 31, 2011

Hemingway's Last Days

"This man, who had stood his ground against charging water buffaloes, who had flown missions over Germany, who had refused to accept the prevailing style of writing but, enduring rejection and poverty, had insisted on writing in his own unique way, this man, my deepest friend, was afraid — afraid that the F.B.I. was after him, that his body was disintegrating, that his friends had turned on him, that living was no longer an option."
                                                            - From A.E. Hotchner's: Hemingway, Hounded by the Feds.
                                                              Read the full article here.

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