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  • 11 Jun 2020
    Sandra Spanier

    Reading Hemingway’s Mail

    The fifth volume of The Letters of Ernest Hemingway spans January 1932 through May 1934. With the critical and commercial success of his 1929 novel A Farewell to Arms, Hemingway had achieved international renown and entered his prime. During this period he completed and published Death in the Afternoon (1932), his nonfiction treatise on bullfighting […]

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  • 16 Jan 2018

    Congratulations to actor LEV HARVEY, the winner of our 2018 Search for the Best Interpreter of a Letter of Ernest Hemingway!

    Last year, we sent out a call to the public to send us their most creative interpretations of one of the letters of Ernest Hemingway in our newly published edition. The response was overwhelming, and we were amazed and delighted to see so many thoughtful and creative submissions. One interpretation especially captured our imaginations, and […]

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  • 24 Mar 2016
    Sandra Spanier

    Editor Sandra Spanier on the Third Volume of The Letters of Ernest Hemingway, 1926 -1929

     The Letters of Ernest Hemingway, Volume 3: 1926–1929, features many previously unpublished letters, and follows a rising star as he emerges from the literary Left Bank of Paris and moves into the American mainstream. Editor Sandra Spanier discusses Hemingway’s enduring appeal in this new interview.  Click here for more information on this fascinating series.     […]

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  • 14 Oct 2015

    The Puzzle of Ernest Hemingway

    Ernest Hemingway is cemented in American legend, but behind his terse fiction and complicated personal life lurks an enigmatic man. The publication of his letters offers lovers of his work the chance to put together the puzzle that was Hemingway–the complicated family man, confident young writer, and brash correspondent was a challenge to figure out. Start digging deeper with The […]

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  • 7 Oct 2015

    Traveling with Hemingway

    We know you’ve been waiting for it…Volume 3 of The Letters of Ernest Hemingway is almost here! From meeting publishers in New York to sportfishing in Cuba to watching Pamplona’s Running of the Bulls, Hemingway’s letters to family, friends, and colleagues from 1926 to 1929 paint a vivid portrait of an adventurous man always on the move, always […]

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  • 27 Dec 2013
    Andrew Martin

    Top 10 most read fifteeneightyfour blog posts in 2013

    With the year almost at an end, we take a look back at the top ten most read fifteeneightyfour articles of 2013.

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  • 26 Nov 2013

    Advice from Hemingway

    The 242 letters in Volume 2 can show Hemingway’s brash, uncouth, unedited self, but they also reveal his thoughtful, generous side, one more than willing to send support and advice. Here we collect pieces of his wisdom sent to his friends, family, and fellow writers.

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  • 19 Nov 2013

    Proud Papa Hemingway

    Hemingway as a proud father, a loving son, and an affectionate brother—these are not the usual ways we have come to see such an iconic American writer. But his letters reveal the man behind the myth, and beneath his brash persona there was a dedicated family man.

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