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Ernest Hemingway "Call for Greatness", in Ken Magazine Vol 2 No 1 July 14, 1938

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Q Magazine

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Chicago: Ken, Inc. Published July 14th, 1938. Magazine titled, "Incubators for Heroes". Measures 13-1/2" tall x 10-5/8" wide. 86 pp. with lots of articles, ads, illustrations and photos. Contains the Hemingway article, "Call for Greatness" (Hanneman #C 301). Hemingway calls upon President Roosevelt to intervene in Spain (which never happened), and rails upon Lord Chamberlain for having more interest in his shareholders than the people of England. This is the first and only appearance of this article, including other topics highlighted by Ken (anti-nazi, anti-fascist, etc). Magazine in fair condition with flaws noted: A faint crease about 1-1/2" long in the lower front center corner; thumb creases toward center front edge; faint white creases along spine front and corners.
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