Hemingway Project: U.S.-Cuba Effort to Preserve Writer’s Works

Hemingway Photograph
Cuba and the United States have agreed to renew a unique cooperation project to preserve the thousands of documents and personal effects that the American Nobel Prize winning author Ernest Hemingway left behind at his home near Havana. The world-renowned author lived in Cuba for more than 20 years and wrote many of his most famous novels there. CCTV correspondent Michael Voss reports from Cuba.

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