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Posted: 14 November 2005 at 6:05pm | IP Logged Quote Papa Doble

Can anyone make me a copy of the (1998-99 I believe) Esquire magazine article on Jane Mason?  I read it in a doctor's office when it was published  (not The Mayo Clinic, thankyouverymuch!) but never picked up my own copy of the magazine. 

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Posted: 04 March 2006 at 5:22pm | IP Logged Quote Perdu

In Hemingway’s centennial year of 1999 we were gifted with a host of new books and magazine articles about our favorite author.  Although Esquire did publish a couple of interesting short pieces about Ernest in its July 1999 issue, I believe the article you seek is actually the one published in Vanity Fair magazine that same month. 

 

The Vanity Fair article was titled “To Love And Love Not” and was written by Jane’s grand-daughter, Alane Salierno Mason.  She tells about it in a fascinating essay that was published in the Spring 2002 issue of The Hemingway Review.  Here is the link:

 

http://www.24hourscholar.com/p/articles/mi_qa3786/is_200204/ ai_n9059732?pi=scl

 

If you want a copy of the original Vanity Fair article, you may purchase a back issue of the magazine directly from the publisher.  Here’s a link with information:

 

http://www.vanityfair.com/features/faqs/

 

There are also hundreds of online dealers trading in magazine back issues.  A bit of time spent with Google should help you find one or two offering copies of that issue at reasonable prices.



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Posted: 07 March 2006 at 6:28pm | IP Logged Quote Papa Doble

Welcome to the board and thanks for the reply!  I guess Vanity Fair would seem more appropriate since the article, IIRC had a feminist slant, as if Jane Mason was ahead of her time.  Regardless, it was well-written and I'm glad someone remembered it besides me.
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Posted: 07 March 2006 at 9:09pm | IP Logged Quote Perdu

Thanks for the welcome, Papa Doble.  When I first saw your post, I checked through my collection to see if I had a copy of the magazine.  Unfortunately, I don't.  If I had one, I would gladly copy it for you. 

The story of Jane Mason's "friendship" with Ernest intrigues me.  I'd like to know more about her. 



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Posted: 14 March 2006 at 11:38am | IP Logged Quote RobbieJor

Perdu wrote:

The story of Jane Mason's "friendship" with Ernest intrigues me.  I'd like to know more about her. 

 

The book, The Hemingway Women ~ Those Who Loved Him ~ the Wives and Others, written by Bernice Kert contains a lot of information about Jane Mason and her relationship with Hemingway.  But like the ol' "iceberg" theory, we are left to our imaginations as to what really happened: "Exactly how they conducted their love affair in unclear."  [Page 249]



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Posted: 15 March 2006 at 9:17am | IP Logged Quote Perdu

You're right, Robbie.  The Kert book is terrific.  I bought my copy several years ago and remember reading it straight through at the time.  The biographical details are excellent and, taken along with other well-researched biographies, help greatly in putting together timelines for various people and events in Ernest's life.

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Posted: 15 March 2006 at 12:13pm | IP Logged Quote Peter Krynicki

IIRC She just passed away.

 

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