Re: Jarret Keene review of Hemingway: A Desperate Life by David Ray
Keene is quite entitled to his opinion of David Ray’s opinion of Hemingway, but Ray’s book is no more a critique of Hemingway’s writing than Keene’s review is of Ray’s. Other than a general dismissal of Ray’s book, Keene has ignored Ray’s poetry, so I guess we can justifiably ignore Keenes’s review. Read Ray’s book and decide for yourself: poet’s revenge or a scholar and admirer of Hemingway’s work who is able to separate the man from his writing?
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