To Have and Have Not - Ernest Hemmingway Reviews
Description:Author: Ernest Hemingway / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Harry Morgan survives by rum-running, gun-running and man-running from Cuba to the Florida Keys in the Depression.
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by - written on 13/04/01, updated on 13/04/01 (Very useful, 1080 readings)
'To Have And Have Not' is apparently regarded as Hemingway's worst novel - this shouldn't put you off, it is more a reflection of the high quality of his work in general rather than the low quality of this particular novel (he did after all win the Nobel prize for literature). The book is set in Cuba in the 1930s and consists of three short stories centering on a man named Harry Morgan. Harry's source of income is his boat, which he hires out for fishing trips, as well as for smuggling guns, rum and illegal immigrants. As the book progresses, Harry's situation becomes steadily worse - he loses his fishing kit, then his right arm ... Read the complete review
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