Hemingway's Basement Unsealed

NPR's Gerry Hadden reports on the opening of the basement of Ernest Hemingway's ranch outside of Havana, Cuba, where researchers are for the first time able to pore over thousands of the author's letters, photographs and drafts. The artifacts have been left undisturbed in the basement since Hemingway left Cuba in 1960.

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