A few years with a famous author, jazz in the Twin Cities, life in the Dakotas in 1936 for this week
Ernest Hemingway is by no means a beloved American author in the minds of many people.
He had his moments as a novelist when he turned out books like "The Sun Also Rises," but he had his bad moments as well, not only as an author, but also as a human being.
He was boorish, cruel to friends like F. Scott Fitzgerald, and full of himself.
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