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The Hemingway Monologues

An Epic Drama of Love, Genius and Eternity: Part Five: The Death Factory



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The Hemingway Monologues by Brian Gordon Sinclair
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This one-man two-act play premiered, after several delays, in Key West, Florida, in 2009. It examines another phase in the life of Nobel and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Ernest Hemingway. From the joys of absinthe to the appeal of Ava Gardner, Ernest Hemingway turns to the exotic temptations of China and his third wife, Martha Gellhorn. Back in Cuba, he chases U-boats and tracks Nazi spies as a prelude to the European war and flying missions with the Royal Air Force. Whether commanding French freedom fighters or liberating the Ritz Hotel in Paris, Ernest manages to encounter Sylvia Beach, Marlene Dietrich, Pablo Picasso and Mary Welsh (later to become his fourth wife). While serving in "the death factory" that is World War Two, his emotional resources are strained when his first born son is taken prisoner by the Nazis.

Author Biography

Brian Gordon Sinclair, author of The Hemingway Monologues, is a graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada and holds a Master of Arts degree in Theatre from the University of Denver. He also studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London, England, and at the National Film Board of Canada. Mr. Sinclair's seven play series, The Hemingway Monologues: An Epic Drama of Love, Genius and Eternity, has met with considerable critical acclaim, with the first five plays premiering at the Hemingway Days Festival in Key West, Florida. The sixth play, Sunset (originally titled, In Deadly Ernest), was commissioned by Museo Hemingway/Finca Vigia and had its world premiere at the Hemingway Colloquium in Havana, Cuba. The playwright is a dual citizen of Canada and Ireland. His other works include Easter Rising: The Last Words of Patrick Pearse, a recreation of the dramatic days in Dublin during the 1916 struggle for Irish freedom. This play is available as an audio book. A recipient of the Sir Tyrone Guthrie Award for Acting at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival in Ontario, Mr. Sinclair has also received Awards of Distinction from Museo Hemingway and the University of Holguin in Cuba. He has performed in Canada, Cuba, Denmark, England, Norway, Holland, Poland, Spain, the USA and at the Moscow Art Theatre in Russia.
Release date NZ
May 9th, 2018
Illustrations, black and white
New Atlantian Library
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