The truth after the death of Ernest Hemingway: “He used alcohol to relieve pain and depression”

On July 3, 1961, literature wept, journalism sobbed, and whiskey makers wiped away more than a tear when newspapers around the globe revealed the death of Ernest Hemingway. The impact of what happened surprised society so much that, in principle, some media such as The Pratt Daily Tribune echoed his wife’s version and spoke of a fatal error while cleaning a hunting shotgun. Nothing strange, because this titan of simple prose and incisive phrases treasured several firearms in his home after years dedicated to hunting and safaris. Was there another option? At first glance, it seemed impossible … See More.

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