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BOOK REVIEW: Mrs. Hemingway, by Naomi Wood

Mrs. Hemingway, by Naomi Wood (Penguin Books) is subtitled “a novel” to clarify from the get-go that this is a work of fiction; nevertheless, it rings true. The story is told through the minds of Ernest Hemingway’s wives, Hadley, Fife, Martha, and Mary, and these four voices are clear, identifiable, and sympathetic. So is that scoundrel, Ernest.Continue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Mrs. Hemingway, by Naomi Wood”