P.S. Famous Literary Feuds

Light news day add-on that I had to mention, following our own round of argumentative posts here: Moonrat over at Editorial Ass turned me onto this short JacketCopy post about six famous literary feuds. One example:

Although F. Scott Fitzgerald helped Ernest Hemingway get “The Sun Also Rises” published, Hemingway later had no problems criticizing his friend. “I always knew he couldn’t think — he never could,” Hemingway wrote in 1936, criticizing an article Fitzgerald had written. “He had a marvelous talent and the thing is to use it — not whine in public.”

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