The Idaho Hemingway
Biography of Hemingway’s time spent in Idaho by one of his closest friends. Opens with Hemingway’s 1937 arrival in Sun Valley to promote tourism and closes with his 1961 death and burial in Ketchum. Covers his relationships with family and friends and his love of hunting. Discusses Hemingway’s speech mannerisms, volatile temper, and work on For Whom the Bell Tolls. Abundant black-and-white photographs support the biographical context.