70 Days With Hemingway And Me

Every Novel, Back to Back, Starting With the First

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I Begin Again. Once Again.

July 15th, 2009 · No Comments · Across the River and Into the Trees

Across the River Today, I start Ernest Hemingway’s sixth novel Across the River and Into the Trees, published in 1950.

I know I risk being labeled a mouth-breather. But I have to be honest. I know absolutely nothing about this novel, other than the fact that it boasts 308 pages in my leather-bound edition.

Embarrassing, isn’t it? I’ve never even heard of this novel. I have, however, heard of Ernest Hemingway. And 1950. So I’m not a lost cause, right?

Oh. I do know one other thing. Hemingway, by this point in time, was about 51 years of age. He only had 11 years left to live. It’ll be interesting to see how he spends those 11 years.

First, it’s across that river I go.

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