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Hotchner doesn't answer perhaps because he didn't see it. Or maybe hooking on to Hemingway helped promote his own career. Certainly writing a biography about a famous writer you were personal friends with guaranteed getting known.
Throughout the book Hotchner refers to Hemingway as "Papa". I wonder how the moniker started. It comes across as a little contrived and denotes a kindly, gentleness that was not a part of Hemingway's character.
But perhaps he was a "papa" to some people. Hotchner seemed to view him so and so did others. Who Hemingway showed that side to appears random.
The last part of the biography describes Hemingway's mental deterioration. Other biographies describe Hemingway's mental illness, but Hotchner gives a first hand account, allowing for a more accurate diagnosis.
This book was published in the sixties so different names were used but I think that "paranoid schizophrenia" is how it would be described today.
Hemingway became convinced that the FBI was out to get him, that they had bugged all his phones, and if any friend disagreed they had been "bought" and crossed over to "their side".
Hemingway was admitted into a mental hospital at different times towards the end of his life and according to Hotchner was released against Hemingway's wife and also Hotchner's advice.
In the end Hemingway was able to divert everyone long enough to pull the trigger. Hotchner wrote this biography soon after Hemingway's death.
In conclusion, if you are a Hemingway fan, this is a good biography to include in your library.
It is written with the warm affection of someone who knew Hemingway personally and carried on a close relationship with him in his old age, when he had once again invented himself, this time as "Papa Hemingway".
View 2 comments. I actually enjoyed this intriguing memoir. And what made this book even more meaningful for me was, I just finished some Hemingway stories that took place around the time this memoir took place.
Not a biography of Hemingway. View all 6 comments. Jun 03, Giancarlo Buonomo rated it it was amazing.
This book was nearly good as good as a Hemingway Novel itself. Basically, it is a memoir, by the journalist A. E Hotchner, of his friendship with Ernest Hemingway, from the late 's to his death in The structure is very smartly done- each chapter is headed by not only a new year, but a new location, as Hotchner often traveled with Hemingway on his exotic adventures.
Thus, you can read 4 chapters and read about them go from Havana to the Keys to Paris, and then to Madrid for a bullfight. Each chapter offers a more complex view of Hemingway than a jacket cover- a man of enormous vitality, but also of black moods and self destructive tendencies.
With every hunt, fishing trip, bullfight, and hike, we see Hemingway unravel, then build himself up, and finally, in , grow so depressed that he takes his own life.
This book is not a tribute to Hemingway, but the actions of his amazing life point clearly to what kind of man he was.
I felt I should get to it quickly now, and I did, but I said it very gently: "Papa, why do you want to kill yourself? Or do any of the other things he promised himself in the good days?
Do you understand? That is I felt I should get to it quickly now, and I did, but I said it very gently: "Papa, why do you want to kill yourself?
That is how I've lived, and that is how I must live—or not live. Man can be destroyed but not defeated.
This memoir starts slowly but becomes quite riveting by the end. Hemingway is synonymous with adventure and that is no understatement.
This memoir only covers the last 14 years of his life and I was amazed at how much was going on. None of his passions hunting, bull fighting, and boxing are mine but it was still fascinating to hear about him and his lifestyle.
The build up to the end is hauntingly heartbreaking. Really glad I read this. View all 3 comments. Feb 04, Michelle rated it liked it.
Interesting memoir about one of the most interesting and one of my favorite! Reading about a great man's downward spiral was definitely sad and at times uncomfortable.
The way the Mayo Clinic treated him in his final weeks of life sending him home even though his own wife knew it would be the end of him was horrific.
Granted, this was nearly 50 years ago, but stunning nonetheless. I always thought of Hemingway as a depress Interesting memoir about one of the most interesting and one of my favorite!
I always thought of Hemingway as a depressed alcoholic and never realized how deep his mental illness and delusions were.
I learned a lot. The middle dragged for me big time as I got tired of reading about bullfighting and the endless parties. But all in all a good read.
Jan 14, T. Williams rated it it was ok. The book is an exercise in self-promotion and gives of the air of fiction.
I was put off at the outset by the author's new preface in the edition I read which takes, in my view, a low blow at Mary Hemingway, airing his old man's petty gripes with Hemingway's widow, who, conveniently enough, was dead and unable to refute his remarks.
Reading further, we learn that because the author was denied access to correspondence with Hemingway, he re-created, if you will, what he remembered of the co The book is an exercise in self-promotion and gives of the air of fiction.
Reading further, we learn that because the author was denied access to correspondence with Hemingway, he re-created, if you will, what he remembered of the correspondence, for legal, i.
So how much of it was true? Who knows. At no time in the book is there any mention of what the author was making off his adaptions for television of Hemingway's works.
No, their "friendship" was pure, unsullied by commerce, and the author only lived to serve the master. But most disappointing was that the decline of Hemingway and his suicide is not sufficiently examined and worse, comes across cold and detached.
I would have thought that someone with a ringside seat would have been able to comment more thoroughly on this - did Hemingway express remorse or regret for the life he had lived, a fear of death, self-pity?
What's left is the thought, on the part of this reader, that Hemingway felt he couldn't party like he used to, so what was the point of living?
Could anyone have been that shallow? Shouldn't the author have been more interested in motivation? More interested in trying to help "Papa?
Two of Hemingway's wives were still alive at the time of his death, yet the author reports almost nothing about them; only a stray remark or two about them from Hemingway.
So how close could he have been to Hemingway? Or did Hemingway really let loose about Martha and Hadley, and the author had to hold back for fear of litigation, so that this "inside" look at Hemingway is worthless?
Jul 21, Jimmy Scharpf rated it liked it. Not your typical biography. This bio does not tell the story of Hemingway from birth till death in a distinctive timeline.
It is written by A. Hotchner, one of Ernest's closest friends. It recounts events that Hotchner and Ernest shared together, many grandiose tales that define who Hemingway was and how he built his larger than life persona.
Epic stories that are hard to believe actually happened, certifying Hemingway as the ultimate "man's man". It is not all positive however, a good quarter Not your typical biography.
It is not all positive however, a good quarter of the book is dedicated to chronicling the demise of the famous author; his mental deterioration and many attempts at suicide before he finally succeeded and ended a life that was full of the highest highs and even lower lows.
Dec 26, Charles rated it liked it Shelves: nonfic-biography. It was certainly interesting reading but there was quite a lot of speculation.
Not the best bio on Hemingway. This one took me a while to read but mostly because it got interrupted by health books. Hotchner gave a very clear picture of his experience of Hemingway through decades.
He some incite into Hemingway's view of his own writing and writing process, which I find fascinating. Hotchner also offers a view of Hemingway's decline into mental illness, which was heartbreaking.
Jul 02, Ivo Spigel rated it it was amazing. Oh dear! Ernest is a bit of a bore and I've only waded to the end of the first chapter!!!!
I certainly don't doubt the sincerity of his biographer, A. Hotchner, and it will be because of him that I will plough on in whatever form, whether skimming or picking out bits and pieces.
I decided to read this, languishing on my shelf for the last 40 years, because my love of Paris led me to read EH's "A Movable Feast". That was another disappointment, but I was prepared to do a bit more research before poi Oh dear!
That was another disappointment, but I was prepared to do a bit more research before pointing the bone. I love the fact that Janet Flanner, a far superior human being and writer, who knew EH in Paris, is very firm about him having 'stolen' his style from Gertie Stein.
Could you ever imagine Ernie giving any credit to a woman!!!!!!!! One of the Last of the Macho Males, this self-promoter lived in his own Fantasy World and like so many such males he had a glass jaw which shattered on Reality.
That alone would condemn his intellectual credentials. This book may serve its worth as a case study due to Hotchner's honesty.
Lay on, MacDuff!!!! Republicans or Royalists? The Royalists were definitely NOT. God Bless You,Ernie!!! I've decided to skim through the book albeit rather thoroughly and began last night.
Oct 25, Tom Barnes rated it it was amazing. In A. Hotchner was in awe of the famous writer and tried to dodge the assignment.
A true fri In A. A true friendship ensued and Hotchner traveled to Cuba at least once a year and communicated frequently by letter, wire and phone.
Papa Hemingway called him Hotch and Hotch was as close to Papa as anyone. During their general conversations apparently very few subjects were off limits.
There was no one thing in this book that defined the Hotchner Hemingway relationship unless you consider brotherly love.
Papa Hemingway is a must read human tragedy. Mar 02, Mikeshuler rated it liked it. Hotchner is such a sycophantic character himself it added to my annoyance.
Too much ink is wasted by Hotchner portraying the rich and famous around Hemingway and marveling at Hemingway's self-destructive profligate lifestyle.
The book is well-written, but the self-parody Hem had become by this stage in his life deserved some insightful analysis not an attempt at a Moveable Feast in the nightmare years.
Carlos Baker and Hemingway's own letters are still the best you can do with Hemingway. I would not skip this book, but don't expect too much.
Dec 23, Leo W. One of the advantages of getting old is that when you discover in the first few pages of a book that you have read it before, it matters not the least.
This is Hemingway's life told in a loving way, as the authors best attempt to portray Hemingway as he himself would like his image to be advertised.
Even with the adulation, a good read. Had this book on a pile with the book underneath being Jim Harrison's memoir.
Remarkable how similar they look in their 60's. A thesis to be had in their compari One of the advantages of getting old is that when you discover in the first few pages of a book that you have read it before, it matters not the least.
A thesis to be had in their comparison. View 1 comment. Feb 21, Paul Dabrowski rated it liked it. Started out fun and exciting.
Hotchner gives a great deal of insight in what it was to be Hemingway's friend and what he liked to do: From bullfights and Horse racing and Boxing to drinking to women and most importantly what his writing meant to him.
But near the end, as in in the end of his life, Hotchner's book became very depressing. But I guess that was the point. A great book for big Hemingway fans.
Mar 10, Barbara King rated it it was amazing Shelves: biography. Aug 24, Richard Anderson rated it it was amazing. Terrific book; devastating at the close.
We never seem to get over Hemingway. Apr 16, Ted rated it it was amazing. I dug this book up after visiting the Hemingway Key West House, and after seeing that the author had recently died this February at This book underlines the belief that talented, artistic people often suffer from some mental disability.
Hemingway's life was one lived with great adventure that also left him with several instances of significant physical trauma and lifelong ailments.
The book explains in great detail the hard work that went into creating his novels and short stories. Hotchner I dug this book up after visiting the Hemingway Key West House, and after seeing that the author had recently died this February at Hotchner's friendship with Hemingway and his insights on the Nobel prize winning author's numerous suicide attempts toward the end of his lights are quite descriptive and sad.
Once he decided that his ailments were such that they prevented him from being creative, he decided he could no longer live. He lived life on his own terms all the way to the end.
I am interested to read how Hotchner made it to !