Writer. "Papa" Hemingway is to American literature what Shakespeare is to theater, so highly is he regarded. There are those who find his terse prose a little too sparse and his macho posterings a little too dull. Meg is not alone in her narcolepsy. The Sun Also Rises sends her nodding off (Verb. To fall asleep), albeit not into a coma. It took
Duncan Beaver to do that. But Veronica was nodding off in English class too. That's the only explanation for her failure to recognize a picture of the man himself, hanging on the wall of one of his favorite bars when she was looking for "Papa's Cabin." The effects of Hemingway's words and wicked ways are felt in 1.21 "A Trip to the Dentist" and 3.15 "Papa's Cabin."
All bios: 3.15 1.21