Ernest Hemingway: Selected Letters, 1917–1961
Hemingway was a prolific correspondent and in 1981 many of his letters were published by Scribner's in the volume. Although Hemingway wrote to his executors in 1958 asking that his letters not be published, in 1979 his wife Mary Hemingway made the decision to have the letters published.
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