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  • After mass, as he returned, he learned from a librarian called Seney, at the porter's lodge, as he was taking a glass of wine, that judgment had been given, and that Madame de Brinvilliers was to have her hand cut off.

    Celebrated Crimes (Complete)

  • Fortunately for me a ran into her at Andy's Seney Bar a day later.

    Heidi Klum Loves Your Forkhorn

  • Hemingway visited Seney with a couple of friends in 1919.

    The Young Man and the Lakes

  • In Seney, however, Don Reed is happy to help with a few ideas.

    The Young Man and the Lakes

  • Nick Adams walks out of Seney, makes camp, and goes fishing.

    The Young Man and the Lakes

  • The problem is that the Two-Hearted River lies about 20 miles north of Seney and flows into Lake Superior.

    The Young Man and the Lakes

  • The narrative begins with Nick Adams, Hemingway's protagonist and alter-ego, having just gotten off the train in Seney, a town in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.

    The Young Man and the Lakes

  • In Seney, a small historical museum includes a display with the gear Nick is described as having brought on his journey, such as a can of pork and beans and a can of spaghetti that he mixes together for a meal.

    The Young Man and the Lakes

  • Hemingway once boasted that on his actual trip to Seney, he and his friends reeled in 200 trout.

    The Young Man and the Lakes

  • The thirteen saloons that had lined the one street of Seney had not left a trace.

    The Short Stories


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