The Hemingway Bibliography
 

Title

Ernest Hemingway’s War Wounds

Author

D. T. Max

Document Type

Article

Citation

Max, D. T. “Ernest Hemingway’s War Wounds.” The New York Times Magazine (July 18, 1999): 26-29.

Annotation

Claims that Hemingway’s decline as a writer began in the early 1940s when his attempts to keep up with the Hemingway persona resulted in a ten-year hiatus from writing. Drawing on recently uncovered FBI files and personal letters, Max describes Hemingway’s World War II activities in Cuba, which included forming a spy ring and hunting for Nazi U-boats.

Published in

The New York Times Magazine

Date

1999

Pages

26-29

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