Los Angeles, CA: Aaron Blake Publishers, 1986. Fine. Item #16152
"The exotic international locales of Ernest Hemingway's real-life travels and fictional adventures are compiled and vividly illustrated here. Follow Hemingway through the backstreet Parisian haunts of his expatriate years and into the sidewalk cafes he frequented with F. Scott Fitzgerald and Gertrude Stein, then travel to the walled, romantic streets of Pamplona for the running of the bulls, and be transported through the romantic -- yet manly -- world of Papa's fiction, as well as to the many, many places he lived, worked and played."
This map has been "shaped to the geographical range of Hemingway's fiction, so that even armchair adventurers can visit the exotic, even dangerous, places Hemingway wrote about. Also included are representative lists of Hemingway's residences in the Americas, and in Paris, as well as a few locations of the Lost Generation hangouts of his time."
In vignette are featured representations of Hemingway's signature locales, such as Spain, Cuba, Italy during WW I, Africa, Paris, and Michigan.
This large map measures 27" X 20" and is perfect for framing and display!
Original fold lines, as issued.