Hemingway

When Hemingway 'Lost Everything'

Based out of Paris as a correspondent for The Toronto Star, Hemingway often traveled across Europe for assignments. While in Switzerland covering the Greco-Turkish War, he met Lincoln Steffens, who expressed interest in reading more of the young writer's work. This interaction and events following would lead to the loss of two years of work that greatly impacted his relationship with Hadley.

When Hemingway 'Lost Everything'

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