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New "Cockeyed Happy" Book by Darla Worden Chronicles Little-Known Story of Ernest Hemingway's Love Affair with Wyoming and Marriage to Pauline Pfeiffer

DENVER (PRWEB) August 24, 2021. In July 1928, Ernest Hemingway escaped to Wyoming’s Bighorn Mountains to write while his new, second wife – stylish Vogue editor and “other woman” Pauline Pfeiffer – recovered from the difficult birth of their first child. Hemingway fell in love with the rugged land, carefully tallying fish caught even as he spent long days finishing “A Farewell to Arms.” Soon Pauline joined him, and the Cowboy State became “their place.” In “Cockeyed Happy: Ernest Hemingway’s Wyoming Summers with Pauline,” due out from Chicago Review Press in September 2021, Darla Worden delves into the little-known story of six summers between 1928 and 1939 that trace the arc of the couple’s marriage through some of Hemingway’s most successful writing years.
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