December 23, 1999


Ernest Hemingway, who would have been 100 this year, spent the last years of his life in Ketchum, where he died in 1961. To commemorate his life and writing, the Idaho Humanities Council invited several noted Hemingway scholars to Sun Valley to work with Idaho teachers. Marcia Franklin talks with four scholars about Hemingway; the discussion includes his style, his personal life and the influence of Idaho on his work.