Ironically, Hemingway told more truth about the Spanish Civil War as a novelist than as a reporter.
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"A continent ages quickly once we come. The natives live in harmony with it. But the foreigner destroys, cuts down the trees, drains the waters supply so that the water supply is altered," he writes. "The earth gets tired of being exploited."
Ernest Hemingway's 'Green Hills of Africa' reissued →
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