“Up in Michigan” by Ernest Hemingway starts with Jim Gilmore, a Canadian blacksmith who moves to Horton Bay, Michigan and buys the local blacksmith’s shop. One of the local women, Liz Coates, quickly develop an attraction to him.

Liz works for A.J. Smith, at whose home Jim frequently dines. Gradually, Liz becomes unable to stop thinking about Jim, although he does not seem to pay her much attention. When Jim, A.J., and Charley Wyman prepare for a hunting trip, Liz considers cooking something special for Jim but gives up on the idea, afraid of what Mrs. Smith would say. While the men are gone hunting, Liz thinks about Jim and expects something to happen when the men return. But when they return nothing happens at first, and Liz is disappointed. Th...

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