Hemingway’s previously unknown story was published in the US

New Yorker Magazine has published a story by the American writer and Nobel Prize winner in literature Ernest Hemingway “Pursuit As Happiness”, which was not previously known.

The protagonist of the story, whose name, like the author, is Ernest, together with friends, is trying to catch a big fish – a giant marlin.

The plot of the story is reminiscent of Hemingway’s story “The Old Man and the Sea”, published in 1952.

The story was discovered by Sean Hemingway, the writer’s grandson, at John F. Kennedy Library and Museum in Boston.