The people at claim to have “nearly one hundred different essays” for sale. The site is allegedly a resource for research, but it smells more like plaigarism to me. At $8.95 / page you would probably be better served by doing all the work on your own. Trust me, students, your Hemingway professor has likely read all of the essays “for sale” on the internet, including the ones here. Read them in order to learn other students’ opinions and thoughts and reactions, not to copy.

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This post is part of The Hemingway Collection, an archive of essays, images, and hyperlinks to interesting articles about the great American author.

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  1. Well dude – I wonder what Hemingway would have thought about that new film “Lost in Translation”?

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