Marty Beckerman “The Heming Way”
June 23rd, 2011
It’s been fifty years since the passing of Ernest Hemingway. And look at what has happened to men since then.
Do we hunt? No. Do we run with the bulls? Not a chance. Could we survive on our own in the wilderness for anything longer than half an hour? Not even.
We’ve become sissified, prettified girly men, says Marty Beckerman. Hemingway must be spinning in his grave at modern man’s inability to even catch a fish, let alone scale one. What went wrong?
Beckerman calls his brave new book “The Heming Way.”
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