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Hulton Getty In the intense and sometimes exhilarating context of wartime, with death constantly looming, romance often flourishes. This is certainly true of the home front in most wars; near the battlefront, it was usually confined to love affairs
Amanda Vaill talks us through the Spanish Civil War while providing biographies of six people who witnessed it: writers Ernest Hemingway and Martha Gellhorn, photographers Robert Capa and Gerda Taro, and press officers Arturo Barea and Ilsa Kulcsar.
It's just possible that Ernest Hemingway is more written about than read these days. In the last three year, he has popped up in Woody Allen's Midnight in Paris, various books about F Scott Fitzgerald and Paul Hendrickson's Hemingway's Boat. Naomi
Search Book Reviews From this movie, I would say Ernest Hemingway was not a nice person...To be honest, I have never fully read one of his books, although I've poked at one or two. The movie showed him as rude, often angry, drinking a lot, hanging
Jul 18, 2013 Pauline Kael, reviewing the film Islands in the Stream (1977), wrote, There may be a time for a Hemingway revival, but this isn't it. His themes don't link with our preoccupations, and the movie version of his posthumous novel, seems to
When the war correspondent Marie Colvin gave her address during a service for war wounded at St Bride's church in Fleet Street, London, in November 2010, she said there had never been a more dangerous time to follow in the footsteps of her
Hemingway & Gellhorn tells the story of Ernest Hemingway and his journalist wife Martha Gellhorn . Owen played The Old Man and the Sea novelist with Kidman as Gellhorn...Directed by Philip Kaufman , the film went on to win two Emmys (out of 15
The Rise and Fall of the KGB in America, reveals that the beloved American novelist was a spy in the service of the KGBbut failed miserably at the job. The book was written by John Earl Haynes, Harvey Klehr and Alexander Vassilev.
Suggested Topics Faber is to be applauded for re-releasing this superb 1994 history of women reporters through its Faber Finds series (although one might wish for a more attractive cover, or a more competitive e-book price), with Sebba's new preface,
Suggested Topics Set mainly in the waters off the Yorkshire coast, the second novel from the author of The Kilburn Social Club is a cocktail-age yarn compounded from equal parts of sex, drugs and big-game fishing, topped with a dash of espionage. The