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July 2020

Hemingway Days | Adaptations in the Stream: Hollywood’s Three Tries at Filming To Have and Have Not By Kirk Curnutt

21-July from 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM

Adaptations in the Stream: Hollywood's Three Tries at Filming To Have and Have Not BUY WEBINAR TICKET Between 1944 and 1958 Hollywood produced three separate versions of Ernest Hemingway's 1937 Key West and Cuba novel, To Have and Have Not. Despite the collective efforts of Howard Hawks, William Faulkner, Bogart and Bacall, Casablanca director Michael Curtiz, John Garfield, future Dirty Harry filmmaker Don Siegel, and Audie Murphy, none of the trio has aged well. This presentation explores how To Have and Have Not (1944), The…

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Hemingway Days | From Paris to Pamplona with Hemingway with John Hemingway and Phil Greene

23-July from 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM

John Hemingway and Phil Greene: From Paris to Pamplona with Hemingway BUY WEBINAR TICKET Join us on Thursday, July 23rd, at 4:30pm for a virtual talk by Ernest Hemingway's grandson John Hemingway and cocktail historian Phil Greene, author of To Have and Have Another: A Hemingway Cocktail Companion. In their presentation "From Paris to Pamplona with Hemingway", John and Phil will take us through the life and times of Ernest Hemingway during the 1920's. From Paris, France, to bullfighting in…

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Hemingway Days | Willie Drye: Hemingway and the Hurricane of 1935

24-July from 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM

Willie Drye: Hemingway and the Hurricane of 1935 BUY WEBINAR TICKET In the summer of 1935, Ernest Hemingway was living an enviably comfortable life in Key West. His star had risen in the literary heavens with two recent bestselling novels. He was married to a chic young wife with a rich uncle who’d helped him buy and restore a beautiful mansion on Whitehead Street. And he was assembling a group of celebrity friends who were finding their ways to the…

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Hemingway Days | Sandra Spanier and Robert K. Elder: Hemingway’s First Short Story Found in Key West

25-July from 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM

Sandra Spanier and Robert K. Elder: Hemingway's First Short Story Found in Key West BUY WEBINAR TICKET Hemingway's first short story was found here in Key West just a few short years ago, in ammunition box in the Bruce family archives. Joining us to talk about the story -- an untitled, fictional travelogue to Ireland -- will be Hemingway scholar Sandra Spanier, who helped discover it, and Robert K. Elder, who wrote the story for The New York Times. The story, written…

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