To Have and Have Not

Author: Ernest Hemingway

I don’t know who made the laws, but I know there ain’t no law that you got to go hungry.Harry Morgan was hard, the classic Hemingway hero. He had to be hard, rum-running and man-running from Cuba to the Forida Keys in the Depression. He ran risks, too, from stray coastguard bullets and sudden doublecrosses. But it was the only way he could keep his boat, keep his independe….Read More

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