<strong>Hemingway</strong>, the spartan minimalist, and <strong>Dos Passos</strong>, the cinematic maximalist, became friends in 1923. They parted as enemies at a train station in 1937

Hemingway, the spartan minimalist, and Dos Passos, the cinematic maximalist, became friends in 1923. They parted as enemies at a train station in
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Hemingway, the spartan minimalist, and Dos Passos, the cinematic maximalist, became friends in 1923. They parted as enemies at a train station in 1937

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