Ernest Hemingway on writing

« Ernest Hemingway (1899–1961) has contributed a great deal to the collected advice of great writers, from his famous admonition against the dangers of ego to his short and stellar Nobel Prize acceptance speech. But some of his finest wisdom springs to life in a 1935 Esquire piece titled “Monologue to the maestro: a high seas letter,” included in in the altogether excellent Hemingway on Writing- a compilation of the celebrated author’s most insightful meditations on the craft, culled from his published works and his private letters. »


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