Hemingway and Dietrich

"What do you really want to do for a life work? Break everybody's heart for a dime? You could always break mine for a nickel and I'd bring the nickel."
So wrote Ernest Hemingway to Marlene Dietrich.

Thirty unpublished letters from the famous author to the German singer/actress have been made public for the first time. The letters are in the possession of the Kennedy Library in Boston.

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