Strange Tribe: A Family Memoir
Memoir. Details Hemingway’s troubled relationship with his youngest son, Gregory, from the perspective of Gregory’s eldest son. Drawing on previously unpublished letters, John Hemingway reveals the author’s understanding of Gregory’s emotional struggles even though they drifted apart in the last few years of Hemingway’s life. Identifies many similarities between Hemingway and Gregory, contending that Gregory ultimately displayed true grace under pressure as he wrestled with his personal demons.