Virtual Hemingway

With more than 375 Hemingway-related links organized into 23 categories, Virtual Hemingway is intended to provide persons interested in the author with links to scholarship and other information about Hemingway on-line as well as to selected manifestations of Hemingway’s appearances in popular culture.

Virtual Hemingway

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. He was one famous man. A few years ago, I saw an cafe in Miraflores, Peru named Hemingway’s. It has since closed. It was in a seaside mall called Larco Mar. Up the Peruvian coast is the place where Hemingway caught that big marlin. He’s immortalized in just about every place he ever visited. One way of another.

  2. I am writing an article on Hemingway in Paris. Since I know nothing about him I won’t consider myself as a fan. Yes I saw a film The Old man and the Sea. That’s all. I am now about to read a version of the moveable feast.

  3. Hi,

    I just looked for your email address on the site and could not find it at all. I wanted to send you a quick email about a Hemingway shirt I sell that you may be interested in reviewing.


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