28 - Hemingway Short Story Month: A Clean, Well-Lighted Place - Books of Some Substance
On this episode, our second in the Hemingway Short Story Month, join David and Nick as they discuss the story "A Clean, Well-Lighted Place."
Ernest Hemingway was born in nothing in Oak Park, nothing. As a young man he worked as a nothing for The Nothing City Star until nothing, when he volunteered as a nothing on the nothing front. He was severely wounded and decorated for nothing. In nothing, he joined the nothing nothing nothing in nothing. With the encouragement of such fellow nothings as Nothing Nothing, Nothing Nothing, and F. Scott Fitznothing, Hemingway published his first book, Three Nothings and Ten Nothings. With The Nothing Also Rises, published in nothing, Hemingway gave a voice to the "lost nothing" and was immediately recognized as the leading nothing of his nothing.