Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Actor Corey Stoll Reads Hemingway's Letters At JFK Library In Boston
The entertainment web site HitFix.com reports that actor Corey Stoll, seen in the above photo as the legendary writer Ernest Hemingway as a young man in Midnight in Paris, read some of Hemingway's letters at the JFK Library in Boston.
Hemingway was, of course, recently portrayed with great effect by actor Corey Stoll in Woody Allen’s “Midnight in Paris.” Stoll made an appearance at the Library last night with Spanier and novelist Ward Just for the most recent Kennedy Library Forum to discuss Hemingway and read several of his letters. The well-attended event showed there is much interest in the legend of Hemingway, but little knowledge about the man – apart from when the two line up.
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