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Ernest Hemingway international colloquium opens sessions in Cuba

Ernest Hemingway international colloquium opens sessions in Cuba

Havana, Jun 24 (Prensa Latina) Researchers from the United States, Canada and Japan rethink the work and legacy by Nobel Prizewinner in Literature Ernest Hemingway, during the international colloquium dedicated to the US writer that on Thursday opens its sessions in Cuba.
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For three days, the theoretical event will recall the 60 years of the death of the author of The Old Man and the Sea, who maintained a close relation with Cuba, and gives access to lectures, book launchings and exhibitions related to his work.

Grisell Fraga, director of the Hemingway Museum, will open the exchange virtually, due to the health restrictions imposed by Covid-19.

The contest includes the exhibition that groups belongings of the Nobel Prizewinner in Literature exhibited in the renowned Finca Vigia, the house of the writer since 1940 where he wrote emblematic works such as ‘For Whom the Bell Tolls,’ ‘Paris was a party’ and ‘Islands in the Stream.’

Supported by the National Council of Cultural Heritage, the academic event involves the screening of the documentary series Hemingway, by US filmmakers Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, as well as the launching of the book ‘Hemingway poeta enamorado’ (Hemingway Poet in Love), by Cuban author Carlos A Peon Casa.

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