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Opinion: It’s time to remember what ‘asylum’ really means

The long history of Ken Burns documentaries ranges from places to people to entire wars. His latest collaboration with Lynn Novick, “Hemingway,” falls in that middle category, portraying Ernest Hemingway’s war-spanning, tumultuous life over six hours, which might not qualify as Hemingway-esque brevity, but proves fascinating nevertheless.

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The long history of Ken Burns documentaries ranges from places to people to entire wars. His latest collaboration with Lynn Novick, “Hemingway,” falls in that middle category, portraying Ernest Hemingway’s war-spanning, tumultuous life over six hours, which might not qualify as Hemingway-esque brevity, but proves fascinating nevertheless.

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