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by A.E. Hotchner

eBook Papa Hemingway download ISBN: 0586049673
Author: A.E. Hotchner
Publisher: Panther Books Ltd; New Ed edition (1979)
Language: English
Pages: 256
ePub: 1223 kb
Fb2: 1894 kb
Rating: 4.6
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Category: Biography
Subcategory: Arts and Literature

PAPA HEMINGWAY a personal memoir A. E. Hotchner Carroll tell the reader the way it truly happened, the ecstasy . That is what I have tried to do, holding back nothing, and it is as close as I can get to the Why. A. hotchner.

PAPA HEMINGWAY a personal memoir A. Hotchner Carroll tell the reader the way it truly happened, the ecstasy and sorrow, remorse and how the weather was, and, with any luck, th.

Between 1948 and 1961, Earnest Hemingway and A. Hotchner traveled together from New York to Paris to Spain, fished the waters off Cuba, hunted in Idaho, and ran with the bulls in Pamplona. And everywhere they talked.

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How was your trip?" he asked, removing his visored hat and smiling. Signor Hemingway is waiting for you at the hotel. But what about the crashes?. Well, it seems he sustained certain injuries, but he is strong and, as always, a joyful ma. He loaded my bags onto the Gritti launch, and as we started down the canal I stood in the stern, looking backward, and considered how different this Venetian arrival was from the one before.

Thankfully, Hotchner took it all down. Papa Hemingway provides fascinating details about Hemingway’s daily routine, including the German army belt he wore and his habit of writing descriptive passages in longhand and dialogue on a typewriter, and documents his memories of Gertrude Stein, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Martha Gellhorn, Marlene Dietrich, and many of the twentieth century’s most notable artists and celebrities

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He has written many television screenplays as well as a biography of Ernest Hemingway. He co-founded, with Paul Newman, the charity food company Newman's Own. Hotchner was born in St. Louis, Missouri, the son of Tillie (née Rossman), a Sunday school administrator, and Samuel Hotchner, a jeweler. He attended Soldan High School.

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Strong spine with single crease. Bright clean cover has light shelf and edge wear. Text is perfect. Same day shipping from AZ.
Comments: (7)
I read "Papa Hemingway" many years ago in Germany...and in German. Always having been a huge fan of Hemingway, I read this book from first to last page, without putting it down once.
Then I read it a second time; in the English original version. I was even more amazed and in awe... A.E. Hotchner's biography is absolutely stunning; it is not only beautifully is authentic and sincere, it is filled with conflicting emotions; it simply is utterly captivating.
No other Hemingway biography (and I've painfully worked my way through several) comes even somewhat close to Hotchner's superb depiction of Ernest Hemingway; the man, the writer, the lover, the hedonistic and complex character he truly was.
A brilliant book.

(I have read it at least 4 times by now; it never gets boring.)
Hotchner brought Papa to life. The book held my attention and interest from cover to cover. Constantly found myself reading between the lines and behind the scenes. This biography provided information that has made reading Papa's works more insightful and relatable to the author.
A great memoir that provided a couple of details I hadn't found in other sources. While it's clear Hotchner is giving a largely glowing presentation of Hemingway's persona, it's a refreshing read after slogging through some of the hatchet jobs of more recent years.
Hotchner did some great work here. He doesn't pretend to know the man better than he actually did.

The memoirs start at their first meeting and are the perfect balance of narrative, anecdote and personal interpretation. The last 40-50 pages aren't as gripping (in my mind) as the first 250, but that is in no way a detraction from Hotchner's work. Hemingway himself becomes so different by the end of his life that it's like reading about a different man. Nonetheless, it goes a long way to answer some of the questions I'd always had.

Loved it. Would, and do, recommend!
Heartwarming, funny, tragic, and brilliant. A.E. Hotchner's account of his years-long friendship with one of America's greatest writers is astounding to read. The last part of the story detailing Hemingway's decline is heartbreaking. I read this book years before, and this recent re-reading was just as good as the first time I read it.
A factual chronicle of their friendship and shared experiences. An informative & enjoyable read. Appreciate the personal perspective. Not gossipy.
Quite a balancing act - I could not have done it. Shocked to learn of the last year of Hemingway's life. Fear it myself, not being able to write. How could Hotch have stood it? Sharp writing, detailed, completely self-effacing. A good read.
Love this book. I read it many years ago and wanted to read again before I read his books! It gives a comprehensive view of what was happening in his life as each of his books were being written. Definitely a must read for fans of his books!