The Hunt for Hemingway’s Cuba

One place was truly home to Ernest Hemingway: the Finca Vigía, his rustic estate outside Havana. It was kept by the Cuban government as a shrine in the half-century since his suicide, and its full contents remained a mystery until 2002. Now, Vanity Fair has published a slew of artifacts and memorabilia from the author’s Havana estate. The accompanying story about Hemingway’s time in Cuba is also a must read for any fan of the author.

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