"I have my own medicine against loneliness reaching the degree of despair: I read. I read as one swims to shore—when reading anything, I am not there, and therefore not alone; I am somewhere else, in the book, with those people. Probably the reason I read mainly novels; I join other lives. " - Martha Gellhorn

"I have my own medicine against loneliness reaching the degree of despair: I read. I read as one swims to shore—when reading anything, I am not there, and therefore not alone; I am somewhere else, in the book, with those people. Probably the reason I read mainly novels; I join other lives. " - Martha Gellhorn

Robert Capa Life magazine 6th January 1941 Ernest Hemingway / Martha Gellhorn  - Slightly out of Focus

Robert Capa Life magazine 6th January 1941 Ernest Hemingway / Martha Gellhorn - Slightly out of Focus

martha gellhorn , journalist, third wife of Hemingway, born in St.Louis

Martha Gellhorn’s article about Dachau in Collier’s Weekly (updated)

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Hotel Florida: Truth, Love, and Death in the Spanish Civil War

Hotel Florida: Truth, Love, and Death in the Spanish Civil War

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