The Snows Of Kilimanjaro – Ernest Hemingway
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The Snows Of Kilimanjaro – Ernest Hemingway | This short story — written in 1938 — reflects several of Hemingway’s personal concerns during the 1930s regarding his existence as a writer and his life in general. Hemingway remarked in Green Hills that “politics, women, drink, money and ambition” damage American writers. His fear that his own acquaintances with rich people might harm his integrity as a writer becomes evident in this story.
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