For the last 14 years of Ernest Hemingway's life, A.E. Hotchner was a close friend. They fished off Cuba, travelled from New York to Paris, Spain, Venice and the Riviera, hunted in Idaho, ran with the bulls in Pamplona, and drank, dined and talked. This is Hotchner's biography of the writer. It explores his last years as he began to write less and drink more, and also includes reminiscences of his childhood, of the Paris literary scene in the 1920s, and of the people and events that shaped his fiction.
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