Marty Beckerman “The Heming Way”

June 23rd, 2011

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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.

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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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