Ernest’s Way: An International Journey Through Hemingway’s Life
Part biography/part travel guide. Hemingway’s great-granddaughter retraces the footsteps of her globetrotting ancestor from Oak Park to Ketchum and everywhere in between, including Toronto, Paris, Venice, Madrid, Key West, and Havana. Covers the places where Hemingway worked and played, including his homes and favorite restaurants, bars, and fishing spots. Discusses the influence of his travels on his writing, along with the author’s impact on the places he traveled to. Provides information on what those places were like in Hemingway’s day and what today’s visitor can expect. Features over fifty black-and-white photographs and index.