The most fun you’ll ever have with Ernest Hemingway! Love him or hate him, Ernest Hemingway remains some of the world’s most widely read—and divisive—authors. But what would this globe-trotting, self-aggrandizing titan of 20th Century literature have made of the world of today? Ever the insider, influencer, and self-promoter, Papa’s perspective on the latest world would no doubt deftly dance across small screens all over the place, filled with the signature stylings of his own inimitable pithy and powerful prose. Someone even reasonably aware of Hemingway’s writing and life, which is near to Someone who knows how to read, will automatically be in on the game in this hilarious collection of outlandish Papa parodies as Hemingway is gored by his own bull, and good and true and in point of fact funny sentences and situations are let loose to roam Hemingway-styled hills of prose as ponderous as white elephants. For all who love good parody and good Hemingway, even when it’s bad, this volume is sure to entertain, amuse, and most likely even by accident illuminate.