The landmark exhibition, Ernest Hemingway: Between Two Wars, ends its successful run at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library on Saturday, December 31, 2016.
Showcasing the Library’s Hemingway Collection, this is the first ever major museum exhibition ever devoted to the work and life of Ernest Hemingway.
The exhibit features rarely exhibited material, including multiple drafts of the writer’s major works, correspondence with a legendary circle of expatriate writers living in 1920s
Paris, as well as
photographs and a selection of Hemingway’s personal belongings.
Created in partnership with the Morgan Library & Museum in New York, the Hemingway exhibition humanizes a man who was larger than life and documents the consummate craftsmanship and discipline at the heart of Hemingway’s literary genius.
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