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"[The likely truth of the novelist Ernest Hemingway's own odyssey] is that he struggled with his cowardice and against a secret lust to suicide all his life; that his inner landscape was a nightmare, and he spent his nights wrestling with the gods. It may even be that the final judgment on his work may come to the notion that what he failed to do was tragic, but what he accomplished was heroic-for it is possible that he carried a weight of anxiety with him that would have suffocated any man smaller than himself."
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