David Crowe is professor of English at Augustana College, where he has taught modern and contemporary American literature for thirty years. He is the author of Cosmic Defiance: Updike's Kierkegaard and the Maples Stories. He has happily lived in Davenport, Iowa, with his wife, Katie, for the past thirty years.
Two of the twentieth century's most fascinating figures, grappling with a world in which Western culture and their respective governments were failing them, came to Paris at the same time in the 1920s. Hemingway and Ho Chi Minh in Paris tells the untold, engrossing story of these two young men and their journey into the heart of resistance in 1920s Paris.