Hemingway’s Havana: A Reflection of the Writer’s Life in Cuba
Collection of over one hundred stunning color photographs and accompanying prose sketches, chronicling the people, streets, landscape, and sites of Hemingway’s Havana. Wheeler aims to capture the Cuba that the author knew, loved, and never wanted to leave through sections devoted to the sea, land, and work. Features several photographs from inside the Finca Vigía. Narrative reflections cover Hemingway’s life in Cuba, his writings, and the island itself. Includes a foreword by the granddaughter of Gregorio Fuentes, Hemingway’s friend and captain of the Pilar, on the men’s relationship and shared love of Cuba.