BASIC TO ANY UNDERSTANDING of Ernest Hemingway's To Have and Have Not must be
the realization that the novel as finally published is a butchered book. The novel as
Hemingway orginally projected it was the tight and neatly turned adventure story of Harry ...
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In this essay from an anthology celebrating Hemingway's centennial, Knott reviews responses to the author's controversial novel To Have and Have Not.
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See bottom right of page 123 for start of Knott's essay.