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In: The Hemingway Review, Spring 2000, v. 19.

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After carefully examining the story of Hemingway’s Fifty Grand, this article concludes that like Frederick Henry, Jack Brennan is a man of both courage and integrity regardless of the assertion that he fixed the fight and arranged with the gamblers prior to the fight in order to win the bet.

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