Hemingway in Love review – moving, sorrowful reflections | Books | The Guardian

Ernest Hemingway in Milan, 1918

Ernest Hemingway in Milan, 1918 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The old literary pugilist’s posthumous career has been busy: lost books (I discovered two, The Dangerous Summer and The Garden of Eden, when I was an editor in the 1980s); hulking biographies; acquaintances’ memoirs. Hemingway in Love is an atypical addition, a series of conversations about his first two marriages, recorded in the 1950s by his friend A E Hotchner.

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