A Letter From Ernest Hemingway to F. Scott Fitzgerald, read by RM.
On May 10th of 1934, a month after the publication of his new novel, Tender Is the Night, F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote to his friend, Ernest Hemingway, and asked for his honest opinion on the book — a tale about Dick and Nicole Diver, a couple based largely on mutual acquaintances of both Fitzgerald and Hemingway: Gerald and Sara Murphy.
Hemingway certainly responded with honesty.
Have a listen.
So I just finished The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald and I’m still so into it I don’t want to believe that it is over. I was a lot sadder than I expected. The way it’s written captures you and makes you want to read just one more page until it’s so late, it’s actually early. This was the…