A discussion of the popular image of author Ernest Hemingway, with Frederick Voss, curator of American art at the National Portrait Gallery, and Hemingway biographer Michael Reynolds. Their book accompanies a National Portrait Gallery exhibit commemorating the centennial of Hemingway’s birth. (Note: “Picturing Hemingway” by Voss and Reynolds is published by Yale. “Hemingway, The Final Years” by Reynolds is published by Norton)

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  • Frederick Voss Author
  • Michael Reynolds Author

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