Cockeyed Happy: Ernest Hemingway's Wyoming Summers with Pauline
Details Hemingway's lesser-known excursions to the mountain and river landscapes of Wyoming for writing, escape, and recreation. The working vacations spanned roughly ten years, from 1928 to 1939. Frames the narrative by focusing on Hemingway's relationship with his second wife, beginning with the birth of their first child together (Patrick Hemingway, 1928), and ending as the marriage is breaking up. Includes archival photographs that recorded friendships, cabin accommodations, and fishing and hunting successes.