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  1. Complete Poems (Revised Edition) by Ernest Hemingway, 1983-01-01
  2. The Snows of Kilimanjaro by Ernest Hemingway, 2008-02-01
  3. For Whom the Bell Tolls by Ernest Hemingway, 1995-07-01
  4. Hemingway: The Paris Years by Michael Reynolds, 1999-05-01
  5. Ernest Hemingway on Writing
  6. A Hemingway Odyssey: Special Places in His Life by H. Lea Lawrence, Ernest Hemingway, 1999-05
  7. True At First Light : A Fictional Memoir by Ernest Hemingway, 2000-07-06
  8. Ernest Hemingway: New Critical Essays (Critical Studies Series)
  9. Death in the Afternoon by Ernest Hemingway, 2010-01-13
  10. Hemingway's Cats: An Illustrated Biography by Carlene Fredericka Brennen, 2006-03-02
  11. Fiesta/ The Sun Also Rises (Spanish Edition) by Ernest Hemingway, 2009-07-30
  12. Ernest Hemingway's a Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway, 1965
  13. By-Line Ernest Hemingway: Selected Articles and Dispatches of Four Decades by Ernest Hemingway, 1998-05-12
  14. Hemingway by Carlos Baker, 1972-11-01

41. Ernest Hemingway Sources Literary Traveler
1975. hemingway, ernest For Whom the Bell Tolls. Collier Books. New York. 1987. hemingway, ernest The Short Stories.Collier Books. New York. 1986.
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42. Els Assassins
Traducci³ catalana del conte d'ernest hemingway 'The killers'.
Els assassins
(The killers) L a porta del petit restaurant de Henry es va obrir i hi entraren dos homes. S'assegueren a la barra.
A fora s'anava fent fosc. Es va encendre el fanal del carrer, davant la finestra. Els dos homes a la barra llegien el menú. Des de l'altre cap del taulell, Nick Adams els observava. Quan els homes entraren, ell enraonava amb George.
George donà una ullada al rellotge de paret de darrere el taulell.
Duia un barret dur i un abric cordat fins al pit. La seva cara era petita i esblaimada i tenia els llavis prims. Portava una bufanda de seda i guants.
Aquest era si fa no fa de la mateixa estatura que Al. No s'assemblaven, però anaven vestits com si fossin bessons. A tots dos els abrics els quedaven estrets. Seien inclinats cap endavant, recolzats al taulell.
George va posar dues plàteres, una d'ous amb pernil, l'altra d'ous amb cansalada, sobre el taulell. Tot seguit hi va deixar dos plats amb patates fregides i tancà la finestrella que donava a la cuina.
George rigué.
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født den 21. juli 1898 i Oak Park, Illinois, USA og døde den 2. juli 1961. Modtog i 1957 Pulitzerprisen. “Farvel til våbnene” (“A Farewell to Arms”, 1929)
Schultz : 1936, 1941(2), 1944(7), 1945(9), 1947(10), 1957(12),1959(13), 1961(14), 1963(15), 1966(16)
Gyldendals Bogklub, i.e.2.udg. : 1967
Schultz, i.e.ny udg. : 1967
Schultz, ny udg. : 1969
Schultz, ny udg. : 1975
Lindhardt og Ringhof, 1. udg. : 1981
Lindhardt og Ringhof, 2. udg. : 1983
Lindhardt og Ringhof, 3. udg. : 1987(1)
Gyldendals Bogklubber, 2. bogklubudg. : 1999(1)
“At have og ikke have : roman” (“To have and have not”, 1937) Schultz : 1937, 1942(2), 1944(6), 1948(7), 1957(9), 1961(10) Aschehoug (Levende litteratur, 2) : 1946 Schultz, i.e. ny udg. : 1967 Schultz, ny udg. : 1969 “Hvem ringer klokkerne for?” (“For whom the Bell Tolls”, 1940) Schultz : 1941(1), 1944(7-8), 1948(13), 1957(14), 1961(15), 1964(16) Schultz, i.e. ny udg. : 1968 Lademann (Store fortællere), ny udg. : 1971 Lindhardt og Ringhof ; Nyt Dansk Litteraturselskab, 1. udg. : 1984 “Lys og mørk latter” (“The Torrents of Spring”, 1926)

44. Ernest Miller Hemingway Winner Of The 1954 Nobel Prize In Literature
ernest Miller hemingway, a Nobel Prize Laureate in Literature, at the Nobel Prize Internet Archive. ernest MILLER hemingway. 1954
1954 Nobel Laureate in Literature
    for his mastery of the art of narrative, most recently demonstrated in The Old Man and the Sea, and for the influence that he has exerted on contemporary style.

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45. Ernest Hemingway
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46. Ernest Hemingway
ernest hemingway was born inn Oak Park, Illinois. His by Henry King, 1952), ernest hemingway s Adventures of a Young Man (dir. by
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B C D ... Z by birthday from the calendar Credits and feedback Ernest (Miller) Hemingway (1898-1961) One of the most famous American novelist, short-story writer and essayist, whose deceptively simple prose style have influenced wide range of writers. Hemingway was awarded the 1954 Nobel Prize for Literature. He was unable to attend the award ceremony in Stockholm, because he was recuperating from injuries sustained in an airplane crash while hunting in Uganda. "Certainly there is no hunting like the hunting of man and those who have hunted armed men long enough and liked it, never really care for anything else thereafter. You will meet them doing various things with resolve, but their interest rarely holds because after the other thing ordinary life is as flat as the taste of wine when the taste buds have been burned off your tongue." (from 'On the Blue Water' in Esquire , April 1936) Ernest Hemingway was born inn Oak Park, Illinois. His mother Grace Hall had a operatic career before marrying Dr. Clarence Edmonds Hemingway, who taught his son to love out-door life. Hemingway's father took his own life in 1928 after losing his healt to diabetes and his money in the Florida real-estate bubble. Hemingway attended the public schools in Oak Park and published his earliest stories and poems in his high school newspaper. Upon his graduation in 1917, Hemingway worked six months as a reporter for The Kansas City Star.

47. Ernest Hemingway's Home And Museum At "Cat Scratchin's" Our Everything Cat Relat
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In the heart of Key West, Florida stands the stately home of Ernest Hemingway. Of course the great writer is no longer in residence and the house has been converted into a museum in his honour. As Hemingway requested in his will, the museum pays for all expenses incurred by the current residents, heirs to the mansion: Over 50 Cats!
Hemingway held his cats in high regard because of their independent attitude and their ‘do as they please’ lifestyle. He often named his cats for famous people, and many of the fifty cats that reside at the Hemingway House today are named for movie stars, authors, and characters from his books. A dominent gene has passed a distinct feature through the generations of cats: extra toes! About half the current resident cats have this characteristic known as ‘Polydactyl’. Usually cats have five front toes and four back toes, but these kitties have six toes and in some cases, even seven toes. The extra toes occur mostly on the front paws, where they look like thumbs, but they may appear on the back paws as well, making the back paws look unusually wide. This is sometimes referred to as ‘double pawed’.
The original polydactyl cats are thought to have been Main Coon cats, a large breed of cat from the Eastern United States seaboard, which were used on ships to catch mice and rats. They traveled the sea coasts aboard ships, ranging as far North as New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, leaving offspring in their wake. In Europe, polydactyl cats are virtually non-existent, because during Medieval times any cat which was unusual was put to death due to superstitions regarding witchcraft. Here in ‘the New World’, however, six toed cats were considered good luck by sailors. Hemingway was given his first six toed cat by a ship’s captain. Some of the cats living at his home in Key West today are descendants of his original first cat. Regardless of their ancestry, the cats that live at the Hemingway House are indeed lucky. They are fed and cared for by the museum staff and receive a great deal of love and attention from both staff and visitors!

48. CNN In-Depth Specials - A Hemingway Retrospective
Adventurer, writer, celebrity, Map hemingway s Odyssey, Writealong. Pictorial Biography, The Family Tree, Festival Finder. The Importance of Being ernest, The Key
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Carlie Coley of Alma, Georgia, waves to crowd after winning Ernest Hemingway look-alike contest Saturday night at Sloppy Joe's Bar in Key West, Florida

50. Ernest Hemingway - Life And Works Of
The Short Stories of ernest hemingway, Scribner, 1938. The Complete Short Stories of ernest hemingway The Finca Vigia Edition, Scribner, 1987. Up to menu.

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CREDIT SOURCE: All information contained herein was obtained at the Camden County Free Library, Voorhees NJ, USA INTRODUCTION Hemingway is lauded as one of the greatest American writers of the twentieth century. Considered a master of the understated prose style which became his trademark, he was awarded the 1954 Nobel Prize in literature. Although his literary stature is secure, he remains a highly controversial writer, and his novels and short stories have evoked an enormous amount of critical commentary. His narrow range of characters and his thematic focus on violence and machismo, as well as his terse, objective prose, have led some critics to regard his fiction as shallow and insensitive. Others claim that beneath the deceptively limited surface lies a complex and fully realized fictional world. Although Hemingway's literary achievement has been measured chiefly by his novels The Sun Also Rises A Farewell to Arms (1929), and

51. Ernest Hemingway's Son Dies In Jail Cell

52. ClassicNotes: Ernest Hemingway
Clarence and Grace hemingway, ernest was the second of six children to be raise in the quiet suburban town by his physician father and devout, musical mother.
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Born on July 21, 1899 in suburban Oak Park, IL to Dr. Clarence and Grace Hemingway, Ernest was the second of six children to be raise in the quiet suburban town by his physician father and devout, musical mother. Indeed, Hemingway's childhood pursuits fostered the interests which would blossom into literary material. Although Grace hoped her son would be influenced by her musical interests, young Hemingway preferred accompanying his father on hunting and fishing trips; this love of outdoor adventure would later be reflected in many of Hemingway's stories, particularly those featuring protagonist Nick Adams. Hemingway's aptitude for physical challenge remained with him through high school, where he both played football and boxed. Because of permanent eye damage contracted from numerous boxing matches, Hemingway was repeatedly rejected from service in World War I. Boxing provided more material for Hemingway's stories, as well as a habit of likening his literary feats to boxing victories. Hemingway also edited his high school newspaper and reported for the Kansas City Star, after adding a year to his age, after graduating from high school in 1917. After this short stint, Hemingway finally was able to participate in World War One, as an ambulance driver for the American Red Cross. He was wounded on July 8, 1918 on the Italian front near Fossalta di Piave; during his convalescence in Milan he had an affair with nurse Agnes von Kurowsky. Hemingway was given two decorations by the Italian government, and joined the Italian infantry. Fighting on the Italian front inspired the plot of A Farewell to Arms in 1929. Indeed, war itself is a major theme in Hemingway's works. Hemingway would witness first hand the cruelty and stoicism required of soldiers he portrayed in his writing when covering the Greco-Turkish War in 1920 for the Toronto Star. In 1937 he was a war correspondent in Spain; the events of the Spanish Civil War inspired For Whom the Bell Tolls.

53. Writers Wrestle With Work, Life Of Ernest Hemingway - April 12, 1999

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Web posted on: Monday, April 12, 1999 5:16:57 PM EDT (CNN) Ernest Hemingway was celebrated Saturday, but politeness and sentimentality weren't the rule of the day. "Patrician." "Mannered and coy." "Terrifyingly misogynist." "Appalling quality." From Nadine Gordimer to Derek Walcott to E. Annie Proulx, writers gathered at the John F. Kennedy Library made it clear that admiring Hemingway's work doesn't mean admiring everything about the man. Even Hemingway's son Patrick managed to tread on his dad's memory, telling the crowded banquet hall that the great writer suffered from hemorrhoids. "Quite frankly, Ernie's a big guy; he can take it," the library's curator, Stephen Plotkin, said Sunday. "There is stuff to criticize and that's fine. It's not going to knock him down."

54. Ernest Hemingway - Biography
ernest hemingway – Biography. Press Cranbury, NJ, 1999. hemingway, ernest. ByLine ernest hemingway. Selected articles and dispatches of four decades.
Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961), born in Oak Park, Illinois, started his career as a writer in a newspaper office in Kansas City at the age of seventeen. Before the United States entered the First World War, he joined a volunteer ambulance unit in the Italian army. Serving at the front, he was wounded, was decorated by the Italian Government, and spent considerable time in hospitals. After his return to the United States, he became a reporter for Canadian and American newspapers and was soon sent back to Europe to cover such events as the Greek Revolution.
During the twenties, Hemingway became a member of the group of expatriate Americans in Paris, which he described in his first important work, The Sun Also Rises (1926). Equally successful was A Farewell to Arms (1929), the study of an American ambulance officer's disillusionment in the war and his role as a deserter. Hemingway used his experiences as a reporter during the civil war in Spain as the background for his most ambitious novel, For Whom the Bell Tolls (1940). Among his later works, the most outstanding is the short novel

55. Ernest Hemingway: Introducing Ernest Hemingway
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Ernest Hemingway 1899-1961 Though the `vague unknown' continues to lure him and frustrate his hopes and purposes, he does not admit defeat. Death rather than humiliation, stoical endurance rather than servile submission are the cardinal virtues of the Hemingway hero.
Ernest Hemingway occupies a prominent place in the annals of American Literary history by virtue of his revolutionary role in the arena of twentieth century American fiction. By rendering a realistic portrayal of the inter-war period with its disillusionment and disintegration of old values, Hemingway has presented the predicament of the modern man in 'a world which increasingly seeks to reduce him to a mechanism, a mere thing'. [1] Written in a simple but unconventional style, with the problems of war, violence and death as their themes, his novels present a symbolic interpretation of life.
Hemingway's first two published works were In Our Time and Three Stories and Ten Poems . These early stories foreshadow his mature technique and his concern for values in a corrupt and indifferent world. But it was The Torrents of Spring

56. Literature 1954
ernest Miller hemingway. USA. b. 1899 d. 1961. ernest hemingway Biography Banquet Speech Prose Swedish Nobel Stamps Article Other Resources. prev 1953, 1955 next.
The Nobel Prize in Literature 1954
"for his mastery of the art of narrative, most recently demonstrated in The Old Man and the Sea, and for the influence that he has exerted on contemporary style" Ernest Miller Hemingway USA b. 1899
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57. Ernest Hemingway - Der Alte Mann Und Das Meer, Schnee Auf Dem Kilimandscharo, In
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Ernest Hemingway, 1899 als Sohn eines Arztes in Illinois (USA) geboren, ging 1921 als Journalist nach Europa und in den Nahen Osten. 1954 erhielt er für sein schriftstellerisches Werk den Nobelpreis für Literatur. Danach verbrachte er fünf Jahre in Paris. 1961 schied er nach schwerer Krankheit freiwillig aus dem Leben.
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58. PAL: Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961)
Chapter 7 Early Twentieth Century ernest hemingway (1899-1961). -ernest hemingway, an interview with Dorothy Parker, New Yorker, 30 November 1929.
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The National Portrait Gallery EH Exhibit EH at the Kansas City Star EH Foundation of Oak Park ... Home Page EH Grave, Ketchum, Idaho "Certainly there is no hunting like the hunting of man and those who have hunted armed men long enough and liked it, never really care for anything else thereafter." - EH, "On The Blue Water: A Gulf Stream Letter." Esquire , April, 1936 Hemingway's Iceberg Theory "If a writer of prose knows enough about what he is writing about he may omit things that he knows and the reader, if the writer is writing truly enough, will have a feeling of those things as strongly as though the writer had stated them. The dignity of movement of an iceberg is due to only one-eighth of it being above water." Death In the Afternoon , Scribner's, 1932, Chap. 16, 192. Grace Under Pressure "DP: `Exactly what do you mean by `guts'?'
EH: `I mean, grace under pressure.'" Ernest Hemingway, an interview with Dorothy Parker

59. The Star/Hemingway Page
ernest hemingway s Kansas City Star stories. KERENSKY, THE FIGHTING FLEA (December 16, 1917, page 3C). BATTLE OF RAID SQUADS (January 6, 1918, page 1).
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