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Death in the Afternoon: Honduras, Hemingway, and Duncan Strong

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Thomas W. Cuddy

Historic Annapolis Foundation, US
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Archaeologist William Duncan Strong and author Ernest Hemingway are both known for the exemplary works they produced in their respective fields. Most people don't know the shared similarities in the parallel lives of these two men, and the greater social forces that shaped them. This essay takes a Hemingway-like approach to the life of Duncan Strong, using excerpts from Strong's expedition to Honduras in 1933 to draw analogy with the publicly renowned life of Ernest Hemingway.
How to Cite: Cuddy, T.W., (2002). Death in the Afternoon: Honduras, Hemingway, and Duncan Strong. Bulletin of the History of Archaeology. 12(2), pp.5–21. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/bha.12203
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Published on 24 Nov 2002.
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