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Taylor Report
Hemingway was a trail-blazing writer who threw himself into the fight against fascism
Clancy Sigal
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Oct. 14, 2013, 7:44 p.m.
Clancy Sigal explains how Ernest Hemingway broke with his white, middle class origins, went away to the First World War, where he was very nearly killed, and grew into a writer whose books influenced millions, including Fidel Castro.

We also learn about the "Bonus March" - striking WWI veterans demanding their lawful bonus, and how the government's repression of these veterans influenced Hemingway's writing.
Hemingway Lives!
Why Reading Ernest Hemingway Matters Today


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00:44:41 1 Oct. 14, 2013
Toronto, Ontario
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