ERNEST HEMINGWAY IN THE YELLOWSTONE HIGH COUNTRY
In the 1930s, the iconic American author spent five summers at a ranch on the edge of Yellowstone National Park. Here he did some of his best writing, and his experiences in the mountains are connected to twelve of his most famous works, including For Whom the Bell Tolls. This fascinating volume examines that time and place in Hemingway's life. Well illus.
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