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100 1  Hendrickson, Paul,|d1944- 
245 10 Hemingway's boat :|beverything he loved in life, and lost,
       1934-1961 /|cPaul Hendrickson 
250    1st ed 
260    New York :|bAlfred A. Knopf,|c2011 
300    viii, 532 p. :|bfrontispiece, photos ;|c25 cm 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  Amid so much ruin, still the beauty -- Getting her. 
       American light ; That boat ; Gone to firewood ; States of 
       rapture -- When she was new, 1934-1935. Home ; Shadow 
       story ; High summer ; Catching fish ; On being shot again 
       ; Outside worlds ; Exuberating, and then the jackals of 
       his mind -- Before. Edens lost and darkness visible -- Old
       men at the edge of the sea : Ernest/Gigi/Walter Houk, 1949
       -1952 and after. Moments supreme ; Facet of his character 
       ; The gallantry of an aging machine ; Braver than we knew 
       ; In spite of everything ; "Necrotic" ; What he had ; 
       Reenactment -- Hunger of memory -- On the curious 
       afterlife of Pilar 
520    An assessment of the decades before Ernest Hemingway's 
       suicide reveals the key life moments that occurred on 
       board his beloved boat, "Pilar," from celebrations with 
       friends and romantic liaisons to the dissolutions of 
       marriages and withdrawals from society 
600 10 Hemingway, Ernest,|d1899-1961 
650  0 Authors, American|y20th century|vBiography 
650  0 Journalists|zUnited States|vBiography 
655  0 Biography 
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