Abstract

In April of 1927, Ernest Hemingway traveled to Italy with Guy Hickok, Paris correspondent for the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Hemingway's “Che Ti Dice La Patria?” includes Hickok as a character. What is less well known is Hickok's writing on Hemingway. Between 1925 and 1934, Hickok wrote sixteen articles that either mention Hemingway or deal wholly with his life and work. In this essay, six of these dispatches and interviews are reprinted; these include an account of Hemingway's wounding during World War I, descriptions of Hemingway in Pamplona in 1929, and an extensive interview about Hemingway's 1933–34 African safari.

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