Monday, October 6, 2008

Hemingway Esquire Magazines: January 1935

As I've noted on previous posts, Hemingway populated the pages of Esquire Magazine numerous times in his career - 31 times to be exact - but only a few also contained F. Scott Fitzgerald stories as well. Ego may have played a part, but Hemingway articles always takes priority in the pages, being that his stories always came first before Fitzgeralds.

Here's one example: January 1935 Esquire magazine, containing Hemingway's article "Notes of Life and Letters: Or a Manuscript Found in a Bottle"; and Fitzgerald's short story "The Fiend" (from Taps at Reveille).

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