Leicester Hemingway
American writer
Leicester Hemingway
Leicester C. Hemingway, was an American writer. He was the younger brother of writer Ernest Hemingway, and authored six books, including a first novel entitled The Sound of the Trumpet (1953), which was based on Leicester's experiences in France and Germany during World War II. In 1961, Leicester published My Brother, Ernest Hemingway, a biography of his brother.
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Unboxing Days and Nights - New Yorker (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
... many memoirs about Hemingway (“My Brother, Ernest Hemingway,” by Leicester Hemingway) and Fitzgerald (“The Real F. Scott Fitzgerald,” by Sheilah Graham) and Marguerite Duras (“L'Amie,” by Michèle Manceaux); Eckermann's “Conversations with Goethe,”
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Hemingways Insel - Deutschlandradio
Google News - almost 6 years
Sechs Einwohner hatte New Atlantis: neben Leicester Hemingway und seiner Frau Doris deren Töchter Hilary und Anne und Julia Cellini und Edward K. Moss. Moss war CIA-Agent, Julia Cellini die Schwester eines Mafia-Bosses
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Books in Brief: Nonfiction
NYTimes - over 16 years
Hunting With Hemingway Based on the Stories of Leicester Hemingway. By Hilary Hemingway and Jeffry P. Lindsay. Riverhead, $22.95. For so brief a memoir, ''Hunting With Hemingway'' lacks focus. Primarily it is about listening to an audiotape discovered by Hilary Hemingway, a niece of Ernest Hemingway and the daughter of Ernest's brother, Leicester,
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Essay; Adventures in the Mag Trade
NYTimes - over 18 years
''Do you call this serious work, darling,'' my mother said. It wasn't a question. I knew where she was coming from. I came from there myself. From my point of view, it was a stroke of pure luck that had landed me at the Magazine Management Company. I was unskilled labor, a dime a dozen on the job market. Full of highfalutin notions, but could
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NYTimes - almost 31 years
AHEARN, in ''The Young Lions'' (1948) by Irwin Shaw. Critics welcomed this as an outstanding novel of the Second World War. But Ernest Hemingway -according to his biographer, Carlos Baker - thought it a disgraceful, ignoble book, written by a coward who had never fired a shot in anger. He took the American war correspondent, Ahearn, to be a
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NYTimes - about 32 years
M. Kaye. (St. Martin's, $13.95.) The time is 1947, just before India's independence; the place is ''beautiful mountain-locked Kashmir''; the agenda is mystery and romance. Our heroine is Sarah Parrish, a young, pretty, red-haired, no-nonsense Englishwoman and veteran of World War II. While on holiday with the Ski Club of India (the departing
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NYTimes - over 34 years
Leicester C. Hemingway, a writer and only brother of the late American novelist and Nobel laureate Ernest Hemingway, died Monday of a self-inflicted head wound caused by a borrowed handgun at his home in Miami Beach, according to the police. His family reported that he suffered from diabetes and had been depressed after undergoing five operations
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Leicester Hemingway
  • 1982
    Age 66
    Died in 1982.
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    Leicester Hemingway committed suicide in 1982 after several years of suffering from Type II diabetes, which necessitated numerous operations.
    More Details Hide Details He had two marriages; the first gave him two sons, the second two daughters. Family records
  • 1961
    Age 45
    In 1961, Leicester published My Brother, Ernest Hemingway, a biography of his brother.
    More Details Hide Details The work was well received, and brought Leicester both recognition as a writer in his own right and significant financial rewards. With the capital from the work, Hemingway created the micronation of New Atlantis on a raft in the Caribbean, intended to serve as a marine research headquarters. The project was cut short when New Atlantis was destroyed in a hurricane after only a few years.
  • 1915
    Born in 1915.
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