So, Halloween:
We’ve settled on Hemingway—but which Hemingway, readers? Lost Generation Hemingway does come with imbibable props. But Toreador Hemingway looks warm.
Ernest Hemingway paper dolls, from March 1934’s Vanity Fair. Clockwise from bottom left: “Ernie as the Unknown Soldier; Ernie as the Lost Generation; Ernie as Isaac Walton; Ernie as Don Jose, the Toreador.” Center: “Ernie, the Neanderthal Man.” Illustration by Constantin Alajalov.

So, Halloween:

We’ve settled on Hemingway—but which Hemingway, readers? Lost Generation Hemingway does come with imbibable props. But Toreador Hemingway looks warm.

Ernest Hemingway paper dolls, from March 1934’s Vanity Fair. Clockwise from bottom left: “Ernie as the Unknown Soldier; Ernie as the Lost Generation; Ernie as Isaac Walton; Ernie as Don Jose, the Toreador.” Center: “Ernie, the Neanderthal Man.” Illustration by Constantin Alajalov.

Hemingway writes to his pal as a young man, and gets witty with an extended metaphor. (“The writer bathes daily.”) For more!
From the Hemingway Collection/The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library.

Hemingway writes to his pal as a young man, and gets witty with an extended metaphor. (“The writer bathes daily.”) For more!

From the Hemingway Collection/The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library.