James Walton

Thoughtful and impeccable: Ken Burns’s Hemingway reviewed

Plus: Burns's approach is in stark contrast to Channel 5's Brontë's Britain with Gyles Brandreth

Man of letters: Ernest Hemingway, the subject of Ken Burns’s new six-part documentary. Credit: © BBC/Ernest Hemingway Collection

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