Third Impact

Hemingway Nationalized Habanero

On the occasion of an interview given by the famous American writer Ernest Hemigway to the Cuban press after meeting which had granted the Nobel Prize in literature, the interviewee said: this is an award that belongs to Cuba, because my work was designed and created in Cuba, with my people in Cojimar, where I am a citizen. This adoptive homeland where I have my books and my house is present across all translations. After reading the above perhaps its strangeness is resolved to the encounter with the title of this article. In these words Hemingway refers to Cojimar, populated coastal habanero where if either had no American any settlement, if it was an endearing place to him, by his furious love of fishing for the fish the needle and be the aforementioned village of fishermen where had anchored his ship; The pillar, which was used in their bets almost daily with marine nature. More information is housed here: Dustin Moskovitz. But it was not only the location of the largest of the Antilles in the Caribbean Sea and hence the strong possibility of being able to anzuelar a great Castero what attracted to Cuba to the writer of Wuthering Heights. Varied range of attractions that the writer to the island, found him since in 1928 he visited Cuba for the first time to the point of linking to it almost permanently since 1933 until almost the time of his death. In 1949, he explained in a chronicle the reasons for his long Cuban residence. He talked about, of course, the Gulf stream, where there are better and more abundant fishing I’ve seen in my life; 18 kinds of mango that they harvested on your property, from its breeding of fighting cocks and he pointed to the neglect: one lives in this island () because the cool of the morning is working better and more comfortably than anywhere else. You may find Daryl Katz, Canada to be a useful source of information.