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It's been 50 years since Ernest Hemingway was found next to his shotgun in Ketchum, Idaho. Yet the life and times of the iconic American author remains an open book for scholars and historians to meticulously pore over.
Paul Hendrickson, the author of "Hemingway's Boat, Everything He Loved in Life, and Lost, 1934-1961," is the latest biographer to delve into the Hemingway mystique and he does so in an unconventional manner: by narrowing his narrative focus on a 38-foot motorized fishing vessel that Hemingway dubbed Pilar.
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