Ernest Hemingway's Nobel price for Literature
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Hemingway's Cuban fishing diaries may hold key to fish stocks

Ernest Hemingway's grandsons are making a trip to Cuba to visit the house he lived in and see his Nobel prize.

The writer spent several years living on the Caribbean island, where he was a keen fisherman.

His grandsons are travelling with a group of US scientists, who are hoping to study Mr Hemingway's fishing logs to find out about stocks in the Florida straits at that time.

Will Grant reports from Havana.

  • 12 Sep 2014
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