The lost correspondence of Malcolm Cowley and Ernest Hemingway

Posted on: July 23rd, 2016 by Wayne Fraser 3 Comments

I just returned from attending the 17th Biennial International Hemingway conference, held this time in Chicago. I had the privilege of presenting the attached paper about the relationship between writer and critic Malcolm Cowley and Ernest Hemingway.  Hem_Cow presentation

3 Responses

  1. Judy Henn says:

    Dear Wayne – I would be most appreciative to get a copy of your paper – I had to miss the conference.
    Thanks in advance,

  2. Ellen Knodt says:

    Thank you for the paper! Ellen Knodt

  3. Gerald Howard says:

    Dear Wayne Fraser:

    I am writing a biography of Malcolm Cowley for the Penguin Press and so your article was of keen interest to me on every level. You seem to be working and quoting from the Brasch audiotape transcription, since one can no longer access the Neville collection. Is there any way I might get a copy of that transcription? I’ve been to the Newberry and will visit the JFK Library, but that seems to be the best single look into the correspondence between these two giants of literature.

    I’d be very grateful if you could let me know if and how I could see that audiotape transcription. A thousand thanks.

    Gerald Howard
    Executive Editor, Doubleday

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