Fair Play
Introduction to Fair Play

The image of Ernest Hemingway that has been established in the Western mind is one of a rugged and adventurous man, who fought bravely in World War I, and returned home from the horrors he endured there to write about masculine pursuits such as fishing, hunting and bull fighting. Regarded as a truly unique personality of the 20th century, there is nothing – not his four marriages, nor his alcoholism, nor his death by suicide that has tarnished his reputation as a great American writer or detracted from the canon of literature that remains his legacy.