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  1. The Short Stories Volume III by Ernest Hemingway, 2003-03-01
  2. A Historical Guide to Ernest Hemingway (Historical Guides to American Authors)
  3. The TORRENTS OF SPRING by Ernest Hemingway, 1998-04-06
  4. Hemingway: A Biography by Jeffrey Meyers, 1999-05-07
  5. Novel Destinations: Literary Landmarks From Jane Austen's Bath to Ernest Hemingway's Key West by Shannon Mckenna Schmidt, Joni Rendon, 2009-06-16
  6. On Paris by Ernest Hemingway, 2010-10-01
  7. The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway, 1952
  8. Nick Adams Stories by Ernest Hemingway, 1981-02-01
  9. Ernest Hemingway's the Old Man and the Sea (Monarch Notes: A Guide to Understanding the World's Great Writing) by Ernest Hemingway, 1997
  10. Hemingway, Eight Decades of Criticism
  11. Ernest Hemingway by Anthony Burgess, 1999-05-01
  12. The Hemingway Patrols: Ernest Hemingway and His Hunt for U-Boats by Terry Mort, 2009-08-18
  13. EL Viejo y el mar (Contemporanea) (Spanish Edition) by Ernest Hemingway, 2005-05-03
  14. Across the River and into the Trees by Ernest Hemingway, 1998-04-15

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Our Tour eTicket Sign Our ... LIVE Cams to the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum web site. Located at 907 Whitehead Street and nestled in the heart of Old Town Key West, this unique property was home to one of America's most honored and respected authors. Ernest Hemingway lived and wrote here for more than ten years. Calling Key West home, he found solace and great physical challenge in the turquoise waters that surround this tiny island. Step back in time and visit the rooms and gardens that witnessed the most prolific period of this Nobel Prize winner's writing career. Educated tour guides give insightful narratives and are eager to answer questions. Wander through the lush grounds and enjoy the whimsy of the more than sixty cats that live here.

62. > SimonSays > Ernest Hemingway
Simon and Schuster, publishers of various works of hemingway, provide a site featuring a biography, picture gallery and information on his books.

63. Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961) American Writer.
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(1899-1961) American writer. Ernest Hemingway is famous for "The Old Man and the Sea," the novel for which he received a Nobel Prize in Literature, but he also created other works, including: "In Our Time" (1925), "The Sun Also Rises" (1926), "A Farewell to Arms" (1929), "For Whom the Bell Tolls," along with other novels, short stories, articles, and more.
Recent Up a category 'Til Death Do Us Part: Falling Apart F. Scott Fitzgerald died from a heart attack on December 21, 1940. However, many events intervened in the years since their first meeting to create a rift that caused them to be less friendly for some years before death finally seperated them. Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum at Key West, Florida

64. Hemingway
Online forum devoted to discussing the life and works of ernest hemingway.
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65. Reader's Companion To American History - -HEMINGWAY, ERNEST
hemingway, ernest. (18991961), novelist and adventurer. Carlos Baker, ernest hemingway A Life Story (1969); Scott Donaldson, By Force of Will (1977).
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, novelist and adventurer. Born in Oak Park, Illinois, Hemingway influenced a generation of American writers and perhaps two generations of American men with his lean prose style and macho ethics. Revolting against an oppressively genteel mother and a stern doctor father, he declared himself a free soul, with allegiance to no country or creed except courage. After a brief stint on the Kansas City Star, he volunteered for the Red Cross ambulance corps in 1918. On the Italian front he was severely wounded after only a few weeks service. Upon recovering, he transferred his activities to Paris, where he reported for the Toronto Star and hobnobbed with writers such as Gertrude Stein. He began writing short stories set largely in northern Michigan where he had spent his boyhood summers. His first novel, The Sun Also Rises (1926), won him international acclaim. A plotless tale about disillusioned expatriates in Paris who escape their ennui with drinking, brawling, and lovemaking, it became the bible of those whom Gertrude Stein christened "the lost generation." Hemingway followed this book with a far stronger story, A Farewell to Arms (1929), based on his wartime experiences in Italy. He also began cultivating a public persona as a sportsman and adventurer that became almost as important as his literary career. He hunted in the American West and in Africa, fished the Gulf Stream off Cuba, and wrote an essay on bullfighting

Parody of ernest hemingway in the form of an ongoing novel written by hemingway fans.
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last update: 16 december 2000 Welcome to "A Bad Hemingway Story", The Website.
This website is the story and the story is written in the "style" of Ernest Hemingway , the greatest American writer that ever lived according to at least a few.
It is written with gusto. It is written for laughs and the joy that comes from bad writing. The writers of "A Bad Hemingway Story" struggle with the short sentences and the runon sentences and the pointless but rich descriptions for that is what writers of Bad Hemingway must do. They write. They use email lists to write. They use the keyboard and the mouse. But most of all they write. Join them , for if you have gotten this far, you are already on your way to being one of them. You long to run with the bulls and fight the mighty marlin and to make love to a woman with a mustache. Welcome.

67. Asante Papa! Website
This informative site is a tribute to ernest 'Papa' hemingway and centers around Paul Hammersten's book about Papa.

68. Hemingway (Ernest Miller)
Hemingway, Ernest Trois Histoires et dix poèmes (1923), sa toute première publication, De nos jours (1925), ensemble de contes inspirés de sa jeunesse, ou encore Hommes sans femmes (1927). Un peu plus tardif, le recueil le Gagnant ne gagne rien (1933) décrit la vie de nécessiteux en Europe. C'est avec le roman le Soleil se lève aussi (1926), qu'il établit sa renommée. En 1929, Hemingway publia son second grand roman, l'Adieu aux armes . Vinrent ensuite deux œuvres réalistes, Mort dans l'après-midi (1932), recueil de nouvelles ayant pour thème principal la tauromachie et les Vertes Collines d'Afrique (1935), ouvrage consacré à la chasse au gros gibier. Hemingway avait commencé par explorer les thèmes du désespoir et de la défaite mais, à la fin des années 1930, il s'intéressa de plus en plus aux problèmes sociaux. Son roman En avoir ou pas (1937) et son unique pièce de théâtre, la Cinquième Colonne (1938), condamnaient avec véhémence les injustices économiques et politiques. Deux de ses nouvelles les plus connues, l'Heure triomphale de Francis Macomber et les Neiges du Kilimandjaro , furent écrites dans le même esprit. Dans le roman

69. Flashback - 99.07.21
Atlantic Monthly articles about ernest hemingway, by Edmund Wilson, Malcolm Cowley, Alfred Kazin, Robert Manning, and James Atlas.
Atlantic articles from 1939 to 1983 by Edmund Wilson, Malcolm Cowley, Alfred Kazin, and others track the strengths and weaknessnes of this American literary lion July 21, 1999
Hemingway, circa 1927
I t is probably safe to say that no other American writer perhaps no other writer this century achieved the combination of international celebrity and literary stature that Ernest Hemingway did during his lifetime. Success came early. By 1927, when The Atlantic Monthly published his short story "Fifty Grand," Hemingway's first two books the collection of stories In Our Time (1925) and the novel The Sun Also Rises (1926) had already established the twenty-eight-year-old author as a rising literary star on the expatriate scene in Paris. By the time he received the Nobel Prize for literature, in 1954, Hemingway was a household name, and the celebrity persona had long since overshadowed the stylistic genius of his early work, on which his reputation as a modernist master has continued to rest.
Related feature: "At Lunch With Ernest Hemingway,"

70. From Revolution To Reconstruction: Outlines: Outline Of American Literature: Mod
An Outline of American Literature by Kathryn VanSpanckeren. Modernism and Experimentation Authors ernest hemingway (18991961). *** Index***.
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An Outline of American Literature:
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Modernism and Experimentation: Authors: Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961)
Index Few writers have lived as colorfully as Ernest Hemingway, whose career could have come out of one his adventurous novels. Like Fitzgerald Dreiser , and many other fine novelists of the 20th century, Hemingway came from the U.S. Midwest. Born in Illinois, Hemingway spent childhood vacations in Michigan on hunting and fishing trips. He volunteered for an ambulance unit in France during World War I , but was wounded and hospitalized for six months. After the war, as a war correspondent based in Paris, he met expatriate American writers Sherwood Anderson, Ezra Pound , F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Gertrude Stein. Stein, in particular, influenced his spare style. After his novel The Sun Also Rises (1926) brought him fame, he covered the Spanish Civil War, World War II, and the fighting in China in the 1940s. On a safari in Africa, he was badly injured when his small plane crashed; still, he continued to enjoy hunting and sport fishing, activities that inspired some of his best work. The Old Man and the Sea (1952), a short poetic novel about a poor, old fisherman who heroically catches a huge fish devoured by sharks, won him the Pulitzer Prize in 1953; the next year he received the Nobel Prize. Discouraged by a troubled family background, illness, and the belief that he was losing his gift for writing, Hemingway shot himself to death in 1961.

71. Ernest Hemingway His Life And Works
Information on Turgenev's influence on hemingway's writing.
ERNEST HEMINGWAY Hemingway's Published Works in Chronological Order Introduction 1918. Hemingway becomes a Reporter ... Links Literary Pieces by Kelley Dupuis Turgenev's Influences on Hemingway Hemingway's Journeys To War Max Perkins Ernest Hemingway in Cuba ... Web Site Designed by Web Wabbits Kelley has written and continues to write some articles concerning Hemingway. Each explores a different aspect of Hemingway in his writing and his life. Kelley has also written a novel, published under his full name, Alexander Dupuis. The book is called Tower-102 - it's so excellent that it's listed on all the main book sites on the Internet. You can buy the book directly from this site. Just click the illustration of the book cover below. Synopsis of Tower-102. Life, love and substance abuse at a small radio station in California during the 1980s. A great read.

72. Ernest Hemingway
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Ernest Hemingway
Uno de los escritores más importantes entre las dos guerras mundiales, Hemingway describe en sus primeros libros la vida de dos tipos de personas. Por un lado, hombres y mujeres despojados por la II Guerra Mundial de su fe en los valores morales en los que antes creían, y que viven despreciando todo de forma cínica excepto sus propias necesidades afectivas. Y por otro, hombres de carácter simple y emociones primitivas, como los boxeadores profesionales y los toreros, de los que describe sus valientes y a menudo inútiles batallas contra las circunstancias. Entre sus primeras obras se encuentran los libros de cuentos Tres relatos y diez poemas (1923), su primer libro En nuestro tiempo (1924), relatos que reflejan su juventud, Hombres sin mujeres (1927), libro que incluía el cuento 'Los asesinos', notable por su descripción de una muerte inminente, y El que gana no se lleva nada (1933), libro de relatos en los que describe las desgracias de los europeos. La novela que le dio la fama, Fiesta (1926), narra la historia de un grupo de estadounidenses y británicos que vagan sin rumbo fijo por Francia y España, miembros de la llamada generación perdida del periodo posterior a la I Guerra Mundial. En 1929 publicó su segunda novela importante

73. Ernest Hemingway His Life And Works
Discussion of Max Perkins's influence on hemingway.
ERNEST HEMINGWAY Hemingway's Published Works in Chronological Order Introduction 1918. Hemingway becomes a Reporter ... Links Literary Pieces by Kelley Dupuis Turgenev's Influences on Hemingway Hemingway's Journeys To War Max Perkins Ernest Hemingway in Cuba ... Web Site Designed by Web Wabbits Kelley has written and continues to write some articles concerning Hemingway. Each explores a different aspect of Hemingway in his writing and his life. Kelley has also written a novel, published under his full name, Alexander Dupuis. The book is called Tower-102 - it's so excellent that it's listed on all the main book sites on the Internet. You can buy the book directly from this site. Just click the illustration of the book cover below. Synopsis of Tower-102. Life, love and substance abuse at a small radio station in California during the 1980s. A great read.

74. Hemingway's Paris: A Hypertext Resource
1998. The section on hemingway s life became quite popular in the summer of 1999, as the ernest hemingway centennial passed. Also
Hemingway's Paris:
A Hypertext Resource
This hypertext resource was first presented at the International Hemingway Conference in France May 1998. The section on Hemingway's life became quite popular in the summer of 1999, as the Ernest Hemingway centennial passed. Also, I find that the images (works by Picasso, Braque, and others, as well as photos of literary figures) receive a fair number of hits. While it remains incomplete at this point, I hope there are pages you find helpful. Steven M. Lane, Malaspina University-College
October, 1999
On-line Seminar Ernest Hemingway Writers and Books Artists and Art ... E-mail Steve Lane

75. Bright Lights Film Journal | To Have And Have Not (1)
Article from Bright Lights Film Journal examines how ernest hemingway's worst novel was transformed into a successful film.
Lauren Bacall and
Humphrey Bogart
Clash of the Titans:
Hemingway Meets Hawks

page 1 of BY ED KRZEMIENSKI To Have and Have Not "Ernest, you're a damn fool. You need money, you know. You can't do all the things you'd like to do. If I make three dollars in a picture, you get one of them. I can make a picture out of your worst story." "What's my worst story?" "That god damned bunch of junk called To Have and To Have Not [sic.]." "You can't make anything out of that." "Yes I can. You've got the character of Harry Morgan; I think I can give you the wife. All you have to do is make a story about how they met." To Have and Have Not, To Have and Have Not To Have and Have Not: "'A man,'" Harry Morgan said, looking at them both. "'One man alone ain't got. No man alone now.'" He stopped. "'No matter how a man alone ain't got no bloody fucking chance.'" Three years later, Hemingway expanded on the ending of To Have and Have Not, borrowed the "No man is an island" line from John Donne, and created the overarching theme for his 1940 masterpiece, For Whom the Bell Tolls.

76. Hemingway, Ernest
hemingway, ernest,. The first son of Clarence Edmonds hemingway, a doctor, and Grace Hall hemingway, ernest Miller hemingway was born in a suburb of Chicago.
Hemingway, Ernest,
Hemingway, photograph by Yousuf Karsh, 1959 [Audio] in full ERNEST MILLER HEMINGWAY (b. July 21, 1899, Oak Park, Ill., U.S.d. July 2, 1961, Ketchum, Idaho), American novelist and short-story writer, awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1954. He was noted both for the intense masculinity of his writing and for his adventurous and widely publicized life. His succinct and lucid prose style exerted a powerful influence on American and British fiction in the 20th century. The first son of Clarence Edmonds Hemingway, a doctor, and Grace Hall Hemingway, Ernest Miller Hemingway was born in a suburb of Chicago. He was educated in the public schools and began to write in high school, where he was active and outstanding, but the parts of his boyhood that mattered most were summers spent with his family on Walloon Lake in upper Michigan. On graduation from high school in 1917, impatient for a less sheltered environment, he did not enter college but went to Kansas City, where he was employed as a reporter for the Star . He was repeatedly rejected for military service because of a defective eye, but he managed to enter World War I as an ambulance driver for the American Red Cross. On July 8, 1918, not yet 19 years old, he was injured on the Austro-Italian front at Fossalta di Piave. Decorated for heroism and hospitalized in Milan, he fell in love with a Red Cross nurse, Agnes von Kurowsky, who declined to marry him. These were experiences he was never to forget.

77. Hemingway Vs Knapp
An article about a fight in the Bahamas between ernest hemingway and Publisher J.F. Knapp.
Hemingway vs Knapp BOXING IN BIMINI Bimini , Bahamas is known today as the Sports Fishing Capital of the World among it's other reputations. In 1935 one of the leading proponents of that sport, writer Ernest Hemingway would sail there from Key West, along with the wealthy sportsmen who came from the Miami area in search of BIG FISH. When "The Storm King" from Ft. Lauderdale with Joe "Dodi" Knapp aboard tied up at the dock, a small squall brewed up and Bimini soon had a new sport....Boxing. In 1993 there was a movie made with Robert Duval, Sandra Bullock (her first) and the irrepressible Richard Harris called "Wrestling Ernest Hemingway" The story line is about two retired gents living out their days in Miami. Harris the wild one tells Duvall all about his reckless youth, including the time he fought with Ernest Hemingway. I have to wonder with what I just learned if this real story which they still talk about and sing about in Bimini, was not the source of that movie. Here are two excerpts from biographer Carlos Baker's book, Ernest Hemingway A Life Story published by Charles Scribner 1969

78. Hemingway In Sun Valley
—Patrick hemingway hemingway s Son. ernest hemingway was 40 years old and already famous when he first visited Sun Valley, Idaho, in the fall of 1939.
photos haunts quotes "I think his relationship with Sun Valley was his relationship with his country. He didn't live in the States for most of his life. Here was a place where he could get back in touch with his own countrymen. He had many good friends here. I think those friends stood him in very good stead in his last days." Hemingway's Son Ernest Hemingway was 40 years old and already famous when he first visited Sun Valley, Idaho, in the fall of 1939. He had written two best-selling novels, The Sun Also Rises and A Farewell to Arms and even made the cover of Time magazine in 1937. It was his fame that motivated an invitation to the new resort, which planned to promote and publicize itself with celebrity endorsements. The sophisticated resort in the rugged mountains was perfect for the man who was also somewhat of a contradiction: the intellectual adventurer, the cultured macho who liked fine wine and food without a fancy fuss. That chance visit in 1939 started a relationship with Idaho that has lasted more than 50 years and involved four generations of Hemingways.

79. American Graffiti - 99.07.21
Sven Birkerts on ernest hemingway, in Atlantic Unbound The Atlantic Monthly Magazine Online.
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The exclusive Atlantic Unbound interview with the author of In Our Time The Sun Also Rises , and now True at First Light by Sven Birkerts July 21, 1999 S omehow it got arranged. My people met with his people. Money passed. Clauses were hammered out, with terms and restrictions. Ten minutes, start to finish. OK. No questions about the author's last days or his first marriage. OK. The location took some dickering. I wanted Key West, Kenya, or at least Ketchum. They said no. I tried for Paris, Pamplona. Sorry. We agreed, at last, on a site, a little fish restaurant named "Pappy's Perch," on a strip outside Oak Park, Illinois the town where our man was born almost exactly one hundred years ago. We thought about trying for to the day, but the rates were through the roof. I sat in the hot parking lot on the appointed afternoon, the a.c. running, waiting for a sign without appearing to be. This, too, was part of the deal. Time passed. Nothing happened. I wasn't sure what to do. I was braced, I guess, for flashing lights, a bit of smoke. Nothing. I was just beginning to mock my own credulity, tally the losses, when I caught a movement in the strategically tilted rear-view mirror. It looked like an old guy in a Hawaiian shirt and blind-man glasses. He was walking funny, somehow teeter-tottering and out of pace with everything around him. He paused for a second in front of the restaurant and went in.

80. IMS: Ernest Hemingway, HarperAudio
ernest hemingway. Actor Charlton Heston reads The Snows of Kilimanjaro, a short story by ernest hemingway originally published in 1938.
Ernest Hemingway
Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech
On this segment of HarperAudio!, we hear Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961) giving his acceptance speech for the Nobel Prize for Literature, recorded by a Havana, Cuba radio station in 1954. It is followed by a speech Hemingway gave to introduce a production of his play "The Fifth Column." The play is set in Madrid during the Spanish Civil War, where Hemingway served as a war correspondent. In both these excerpts, Hemingway displays in speech the economy of style and almost staccato structure that made him one of the most influential writers of the 20th Century.
"In Harry's Bar in Venice"
Nobel Prize-winning author Ernest Hemingway describes the plot of a novel set "In Harry's Bar in Venice." Taped with a transistorized pocket recorder sometime in the late 1950s, this speech displays Hemingway's aggressive, and in this recording somewhat inebriated, personality and style. His terse sentences and economy of description have made him one of the most important and most widely imitated American writers of the 20th Century.

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