Explores how Ernest Hemingway seized upon an emerging mass culture to become the premier author of the timeIn the cover letter he said that he had tried to do for the corrida what Charles E. Van Loan had done for the boxing ring. It was flattery, since Van Loan ... had been aquot;all for keeping out of the manuals of the Semites as long as possible, aquot; and the Liveright house was a Jewish house. ... An offer was an offer, though. aquot; Delighted.
|Title||:||Hemingway and His Conspirators|
|Author||:||Leonard J. Leff|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 1999-01-01|