Dree Hemingway Would Rather Read Fitzgerald

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"I have a hard time finding something that I really enjoy reading, but I read The Great Gatsby every summer," the model and great-granddaughter of Ernest told the Telegraph. "Once in an interview with V magazine I said that I preferred Fitzgerald to Hemingway. I think that Hemingway is an amazing writer, but by being related to him, I had it in my head that I had to like him. I'm quite a stubborn person, so I just rejected it. But his writing is very masculine, and I'm very feminine in the way I think, so I'm not going to back down on that statement." The Great Gatsby, eh? Is it because of Leo? (It's clearly because of Leo.)