Hemingway vs. Fenton
Detailed picture of Hemingway’s often contentious relationship with teacher-scholar Charles Fenton during the writing of the latter’s dissertation and book The Apprenticeship of Ernest Hemingway (1954). Recounts how, despite writing during the period when Hemingway was particularly suspicious of academics, critics, and biographers, Fenton managed to engage Hemingway’s assistance with the project through to publication. Quotes liberally from their correspondence.
Death of a Rebel: The Charlie Fenton Story
Donaldson, Scott. “Hemingway vs. Fenton.” In Death of a Rebel: The Charlie Fenton Story, 53-74. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2012.