The Hemingway Log: A Chronology of His Life and Times
Comprehensive and detailed chronology of Hemingway’s life, work, and cultural contexts beginning with the 1835 birth of Mark Twain and ending with the 2013 publication of the second volume of Hemingway’s letters. Drawn from biographies, memoirs, letters, notebooks, and collections, Chamberlin’s entries form a near day by day calendar of important and influential people, places, and events making up Hemingway’s cultural milieu. Aiming to correct some of the myths and confusions written about Hemingway over the years, Chamberlin’s appendices cover such topics as Hemingway’s 1936 dustup with Wallace Stevens, introduction to Martha Gellhorn at Sloppy Joe’s in Key West, and espionage activities with the FBI. Extensive footnotes and index.