The New Yorker Magazine in its June 8 & 15 issue has published a previously unpublished short story by Ernest Hemingway. It’s called “Pursuit as Happiness.” Reading this newly found late in his career fiction makes you feel the sweat and see blistered hands as you witness Hemingway go mano y mano and hour after hour trying to land a prize sized sailfish off the Cuban coast. Click here to link to the New Yorker. Illustration is by Ben Giles.
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