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The Hemingway Monologues
The Hemingway Monologues:
An Epic Drama of Love, Genius and Eternity
Part Four: The Man-Eaters

by Brian Gordon Sinclair,
$3.99 ebook, $9.95 paperback

The Hemingway Monologues: An Epic Drama of Love, Genius and Eternity, reads like an intimate memoir. A fascinating blend of fact and fiction, the monologues reveal a tender, compassionate side of Hemingway that most people have never encountered. They can be enjoyed readily in performance or as a good, absorbing read.
The Man-Eaters debuted at the Hemingway Days Festival in Key West, Florida.
Act I: The first act begins with an exploration of Hemingway’s relationship with Jane Mason in Cuba followed by a re-enactment of an African Safari as depicted in “The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber”. The monologue then examines life in Cuba under President Machado and the opposing revolutionary forces and concludes with Ernest defending his boat, Pilar, against pirates.
Act II: In the second act, Hemingway travels to Spain and the Spanish civil war. He describes his role as a war correspondent and points out the various atrocities that take place on both sides of the war. Re-enactments of “Pilar’s story” and “the death of El Sordo” from For Whom the Bell Tolls are included. The ending recreates Hemingway’s address for the tenth anniversary of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade.
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