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Reading Hemingway in a War Zone
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Reading Hemingway in a War Zone

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Reading Hemingway in a War Zone

Reading Hemingway in a War Zone
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Commentator Christian Bauman shares memories of reading Ernest Hemingway late into the night while serving on guard duty with the U.S. Army in Somalia. His memories of the war zone are fading, but the books live on. Bauman went on to write his own novel: The Ice Beneath You.

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