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Hemingway Look-Alikes Compete In Key West

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Rsprinted excerpt The Biographile By Cara Cannella Ernest Hemingway was not a small man in any sense of the word. At six-feet tall and 200 pounds, his legacy looms large over the world of twentieth-century literature and over the tiny subtropical island of Key West, Florida, where he lived and wrote and drank and fished in the 1930s. Pittsburgh resident George D’Angelo is five-foot-four inches tall and weighs in at about 145 pounds, but that’s not stopping him from entering this year’s “Papa” Hemingway Look-Alike Contest at Sloppy Joe’s bar in Key West. The 33rd annual contest is part of the Hemingway Days celebration taking place July 16-21, 2013 in conjunction with Hemingway’s July 21 birthday. The contest begins with…

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