In his piece on William Morgan and the Cuban Revolution, David Grann refers on several occasions to letters about Morgan written by Times correspondent Herbert Matthews to Ernest Hemingway. “Matthews said that he thought Morgan’s saga was ‘like an Ernest Hemingway story,’” Grann writes. Hemingway lived off and on in Cuba for two decades, at a plantation he called Finca Vigía, which he and his third wife, Martha Gellhorn, purchased in 1940.
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The Cuban government-run newspaper Granma has published a letter signed by Fidel Castro, the first by the 86-year-old former president to be made public since July. Read Post