Hemingway In Cuba

Cuba has created up an electronic collection of Ernest Hemmingway’s photographs, letters and manuscripts. It also includes a previously unpublished epilogue to the author’s novel, For Whom the Bell Tolls. The BBC reports that the project is a joint operation with Heritage Council and the US Social Science Research Council. Of 3,194 pages available documents, […]

Cuba has created up an electronic collection of Ernest Hemmingway’s photographs, letters and manuscripts. It also includes a previously unpublished epilogue to the author’s novel, For Whom the Bell Tolls. The BBC reports that the project is a joint operation with Heritage Council and the US Social Science Research Council. Of 3,194 pages available documents, almost 2,000 have been scanned.

Right now, researchers have to request to see documents but the BBC suggests that the documents will soon be available online through the John F Kennedy library in Boston.

BBC NEWS | Americas | Hemingway archive opens in Cuba

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