Pound & Hemingway

The poet Ezra Pound introduced Ernest Hemingway to one of his first publishers, Ernest Walsh, in Paris. Hemingway, in turn, tried to teach Pound to box. Hemingway had his work cut out for him. "He has," the writer wrote to a friend, "the general grace of the crayfish."
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