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Second, something had happened to debilitate his follow-through, which had always before been among his strengths as a writer. He was unable to fashion a satisfactory conclusion for most of these narratives, nor with the exception of A Moveable Feast did he have success in pruning, tightening, and shaping them into publishable form. The reasons behind these failures are likely many, but chiefly at fault was his spiraling physical and mental deterioration during his final fifteen years of life. His health problems were many and his well-known zest for the strenuous life sometimes made them worse.
Concerned about the Cuban political situation, the Hemingways buy a home in Ketchum, Idaho. EH works on a long piece for Life about the mano a mano competition of matadors Antonio Ordóñez and Luis Miguel Dominguín. Suffering from depression and episodes of paranoia, EH seeks treatment at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. EH commits suicide at his Ketchum home; his death is initially reported as accidental. MF, edited by Mary Hemingway and Harry Brague, is published. Unable to halt publication of A.
First, that the raw vitality of his creative afflatus was unimpaired in these years, especially inasmuch as these manuscripts were lengthy. Second, something had happened to debilitate his follow-through, which had always before been among his strengths as a writer. He was unable to fashion a satisfactory conclusion for most of these narratives, nor with the exception of A Moveable Feast did he have success in pruning, tightening, and shaping them into publishable form. The reasons behind these failures are likely many, but chiefly at fault was his spiraling physical and mental deterioration during his final fifteen years of life.
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