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Love and Ruin: A Novel



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Author
McLain, Paula
Descriptors
Authors
Biographical Fiction
Fame
Historical Fiction-American
Independent Women
Journalists
Romance
Location/Setting:
Cuba
Madrid
Spain
Time Period:
1930s
1940s
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Summary
This is a portrayal of Ernest Hemingway and his stormy relationship with his third wife, Martha Gelhorn. Martha was a celebrated war correspondent and author in her own right. She traveled with Hemingway to cover the Spanish Civil War. She stowed away on the first hospital ship to land at Normandy becoming the first journalist to make it there and report back.
Critique
A compelling story of choices successful women were forced to make in the middle of the 20th century.
ISBN
9781101967386
  iBistro
# of Pages
388
Published
2018
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Reviewer's Initials: ED CO LG


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