AND THE VILLAIN IS . . . . ADRIANA IVANCICH
So every good story needs the “bad one” whom you can love to hate. While I was not a huge fan of Hemingway’s Fourth wife, Mary, i hated Adriana for her arrogance (as i perceived it) and her manipulation of Hemingway as i saw it. I could have it all wrong. Please see another “take” on Adriana. Some photos added by me of Adriana.
Review: ‘Autumn in Venice’ by Andrea di Robilant NONFICTION: Ernest Hemingway fell hard for a Venetian teenager, and she inspired him to write one of his greatest works. By Dennis J. McGrath Star Tribune JUNE 15, 2018 — 10:43AM ASSOCIATED PRESSWhile in Venice with his wife, Mary, in 1948, Ernest Hemingway became entranced with teenager Adriana Ivancich.TEXT SIZEEMAILPRINTMORE The […]