Hemingway and Spain by Edward F. Stanton
A Pursuit

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This illustrated biography follows Hemingway from his childhood and schooldays, his early years in Kansas City and on the Italian front, the years in Paris and Spain, to the later years in Key West, Havana, Africa, Venice and Ketchum. There are 420 illustrations, many in color. A.E. Hotchner, Hemingway's friend and biographer, combines personal reminiscences with critical analyses of the major works, to produce an affectionate tribute to Stanton (Spanish, Kentucky) alternates critical evaluations of Ernest Hemingway's major works set in Spain, and vignettes of his own eight years of travelling through Spain seeking out the writer's haunts, friends, and places he describes in his prose. Draws also on letters and manuscripts that have recently become available. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
 

About Edward F. Stanton

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EDWARD F. STANTON is the Chair of the Department of Spanish and Italian at the University of Kentucky, where he was the first Bingham Professor of the Humanities. He is the author of several books on Hispanic life and literature, including Handbook of Spanish Popular Culture (Greenwood, 1999).
 
Published February 1, 1990 by Univ of Washington Pr. 256 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction