"—on July 2, 50 years ago Saturday — when Hemingway shot himself to death in the foyer of the Ketchum, Idaho, home he shared with his fourth wife, Mary, it was the culmination of decades of loss, of dying passion and diminished creativity — conditions he always associated with his betrayal of Richardson. 'I wished I had died before I ever loved anyone but her,' he wrote unforgettably in 'A Moveable Feast,' his lyrical memoir of their marriage and the last thing he worked on before his death." -Gioia Diliberto (Chicago Tribune) pic Copyright Chicago Tribune
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