A Guide to Hemingway’s Key West

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For a dozen years, perhaps the prime of his writing life, Ernest Hemingway resided in Key West, producing a consistent stream of important work that elevated his literary fame and cleared a path for the arrival and refinement of the Hemingway Myth. Travel in his footsteps and bask in the island magnetism that fueled the author while he wrote classics such as Death in the Afternoon and “The Snows of Kilimanjaro.” Tour through more than seventy island locations that paint the perfect portrait of Papa’s consequential time on the island with author Mark Allen Baker as your guide. Step back in time to Hemingway’s Key West and stroll the town like an honorary member of the famed Hemingway Mob.
ISBN: 9781467151023
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Florida
Images: 64
Pages: 192
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Mark Allen Baker is an author of over twenty-five nonfiction books. As a Hemingway historian and connoisseur, he spoke at the 1994 Hemingway Days Festival in Key West. Baker is the only person to serve the International Boxing Hall of Fame as an author, historian, chairperson, sponsor, volunteer and biographer. He also sits on the board of directors for the Connecticut Boxing Hall of Fame. He lives in Hebron, Connecticut, and Lakewood Ranch, Florida. For additional information, or to contact the author, please see readmarkallenbaker.com
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