'The Words' Review: This Three-Part Story's Too Clever by Half

In 1922, when Ernest Hemingway was an aspiring, but as yet unpublished, writer still earning his living as a newspaper correspondent based in Paris, his then-wife, Hadley, inadvertently left a suitcase containing nearly all of his early manuscripts and carbon copies on a train at the Gare de Lyon station. Neither the manuscripts nor the suitcase were ever seen again.



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