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A Tale Of Two American Literary Icons: Ernest Hemingway And Ezra Pound by John Wear

This article discusses the friendship that developed between these two American literary icons. It also discusses the dramatic divergence in their lives as a result of their actions during World War II, as well as the mental illnesses they allegedly developed in their later years. Hemingway wrote about the American poet Ezra Pound, “His own writing, when he would hit it right, was so perfect, and he was so sincere in his mistakes and so enamored of his errors, and so kind to people that I always thought of him as a sort of saint.”

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