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Tracking Hemingway in Cuba

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Tracking Hemingway in Cuba

Tracking Hemingway in Cuba

Tracking Hemingway in Cuba

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John Ydstie talks with Jenny Phillips, granddaughter of Ernest Hemingway's editor, Maxwell Perkins, about her efforts to access information about Hemingway's time in Cuba. The writer spent 21 years of his life there. And until now, it's a period in his career that's been hard to learn much about.

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