The Question: Starting in 1940, Hemingway owned a home in what Caribbean country?
After living in the Florida Keys throughout the 1930s, Hemingway purchased a home on the island of Cuba in 1940. For the next two decades, he spent his summers in Idaho and his winters at Finca Vigía, or “Lookout Farm,” near the Cuban capital of Havana. Hemingway had such a love for Cuba that when he won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1954, he dedicated it to the Cuban people.
The correct answer is Cuba.