Posted on 08/02/2018 at 10:13 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
An unpublished Ernest Hemingway short story is about to be widely available for the first time.
“A Room on the Garden Side” was written in 1956 but has mostly been seen by academics and scholars since then, The Guardian reports.
The Strand magazine, a literary quarterly, will publish it in its summer edition.
“A Room on the Garden Side” is set in Paris’s Ritz Hotel and is narrated by a character called Robert during the final days of the Nazi occupation.
The Library of Congress and the John F. Kennedy Library have housed the work, among other Hemingway papers, over those six decades.
Read the full article on The Guardian’s website.
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