Year: 1990 Source: Proceedings of The Pavese Society Newsletter, v.2, (1990), p.6-9 SIEC No: 19900408

Presents an analysis of the suicide death of Ernest Hemingway’s brother Leicester, who took his life in the same way & under the same conditions as both his father & brother. Suggests that finding his father’s body after the suicide was a trauma that planted in Leicester’s mind the idea of suicide as a solution. Following the example set by his father & brother was the obvious thing to do.