'Hemingway will last forever': Ken Burns, Lynn Novick discuss their ...
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WCMU holds virtual event focusing on Ernest Hemingway's time in ...
Frank Bowles, director of Park Library, and Michael Federspiel, historian and author of Picturing Hemingway's Michigan, were featured speakers at the event.Continue reading
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PBS is premiering a highly-anticipated six-hour documentary this week on Ernest Hemingway, directed by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick. The iconic literary.Continue reading
'Hemingway' review: Ken Burns tackles the writer with a PBS ...
The long history of Ken Burns documentaries ranges from places to people to entire wars. His latest collaboration with Lynn Novick, "Hemingway," falls in that ...Continue reading
How Much Do We Still Owe to Ernest Hemingway?
Yet after decades of dominating ideas about how a writer should live and work, Hemingway feels increasingly irrelevant today, his influence diminished to a ...Continue reading
Southern Wisconsin's connection to Ernest Hemingway
40 years ago, Monroe native Larry Phillips had an idea that resulted in sharing a copyright with Ernest Hemingway's widow.Continue reading
How Ernest Hemingway's WWI Service Changed 20th-Century Fiction
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Hemingway scholars fixate on his father. Ken Burns gives his mother ...
Hemingway scholars fixate on his father. Ken Burns gives his mother equal time. In a new documentary on Ernest Hemingway, the filmmaker makes it clear how ...Continue reading
New Documentary Examines Ernest Hemingway's Complicated Life
Copyright 2021 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org. STEVE INSKEEP, HOST: There will be few adjectives in this story. Ernest Hemingway avoided.Continue reading