Hemingway, another bridge between Cuba and the United States
The National Council of Cultural Heritage of Cuba and Finca Vigia American Foundation will join forces again to protect the legacy of Ernest Hemingway in Cuba, with the construction of a space to restore and preserve the belongings of the writer in Vigia Farm, where he lived.
Mary Jo Adams, executive director of the American organization, said the property will serve for the reconstruction of parts and storage.
The partnership included the preservation of thousands of documents, letters, notes, handbills, books, magazines and others, so it is very important them to be preserved for posterity once rescued, Adams noted.
Meanwhile, the Hemingway Letters Project, run by a group of American researchers led by Sandra Spanier, will publish on October its third volume containing the correspondence from 1926-1929 of the Nobel Prize for Literature winner.