Ernest Hemingway lived in Chicago, Italy, Kansas City, Paris, Toronto, Arkansas, Spain, Cuba, Florida, and finally, Idaho. I asked Nancy Sindelar, whose recent book Influencing Hemingway traces how these places and other factors might have shaped his writing, what moved him to travel so much ... and hope listening like this evaporates borders.
You can find Nancy Sindelar's Influencing Hemingway: People and Places that Shaped His Life and Work on Amazon by clicking here.
Or you can visit her website: nancysindelar.com.
Special thanks to the musician, Dana Boulé.
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"Se vuelve de la inspiración como se vuelve de un país extranjero. El poema es la narración del viaje."
—Federico García Lorca