Dear Papa, Dear Hotch. The Correspondence of Ernest Hemingway and A.E. Hotchner.

Hemingway, Ernest.

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A Fine tight copy in a Fine bright dust jacket. From 1948 to1961, Hotchner was a close friend and informal agent to Hemingway. This collection of their letters is here published in its entirety for the first time. Hotchner first met Hemingway in Cuba and soon became the authorized adapter of Hemingway's stories for the stage, movies and television. During their friendship, they hunted together, traveled through Italy and France, and attended bullfights; Hotchner was with Hemingway at the Mayo Clinic where the writer was a patient. It was their last time together but their correspondence captures their intense friendship and business relationship. Catalog Zest. Bookseller Inventory #

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Dear Papa, Dear Hotch presents for the first time the collected correspondence between literary giant Ernest Hemingway and his young friend and informal agent A. E. Hotchner. Hotchner, author of the well-known memoir Papa Hemingway, served as the authorized adapter of Hemingway?s stories for the stage, movies, and television. Spanning the final quarter of Hemingway?s life from 1948 to 1961, the book includes more than 160 letters, cables, and cards between these two close friends.               The correspondence begins following their initial meeting in Cuba and ends after their final encounter at the Mayo Clinic, where Hemingway was a patient. In the years between, they hunt game in Idaho and visit Hemingway?s old haunts on an automobile trip through Italy and France. In Spain, Hotchner attends his first bullfight and, with Hemingway as his manager, enters the ring himself as a matador under the sobriquet El Pecas (The Freckled One). Revealing Hemingway?s preoccupation with his physical condition, the collection closes with sobering glimpses into the psychological turmoil that eventually led to his suicide in 1961.             DeFazio presents the letters in a chronological ?clear-text? format, in which only the author?s final intention is transcribed within the body of the edition. All cancellations, alterations, and corrections are listed at the back of the book in a textual commentary that will enable readers to reconstruct most of the features of the original manuscripts and envelopes. DeFazio also includes annotations following each letter. This exciting collection of letters between two extremely lively and interesting characters will provide much valuable information about Hemingway?s late career.

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Albert J. DeFazio III is an English instructor at George Mason High School in the city of Falls Church and George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. He is the author of Literary Masterpieces: The Sun Also Rises inthe Gale Study Guides to Great Literature series.

 

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Title: Dear Papa, Dear Hotch. The Correspondence of...
Publisher: University of Missouri Press
Publication Date: 2005
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