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Transcript of Ernest Hemingway
The Authors Death
The List of Short Stories
His Marriages ... Spouse
Back to United States
By 1957, Hemingway's daily alcohol consumption included Chianti in the morning, wine with lunch and dinner, nightcaps and about a quart of liquor throughout the day.
He truly believed that life was made meaningful through courage.
At the age of 27 he gave himself the name "papa."
He was never able to participate in the war because of his eye sight, but he wanted to help out in World War I so much that he became an ambulance driver
Got rejected because of eye problems when he volunteered for the infantry.
Married 4 Times
Won A Nobel Prize for Literature
His father, one of his sisters, his granddaughter, and Ernest committed suicide.
Loss of memory and depression
one of the greatest writers of American literature in the twentieth century
In Michigan - family's vacation home he learned to fish and hunt
Hemingway was born on July 21, 1899 in Illinois.
He worked on the school newspaper In high school
Hunting and fishing was the two things Hemingway enjoyed doing when he was young
Moreover, he joined many sports in High school like football and boxing.
His father was a doctor and his mother was a devout christian
After graduating high school, he began writing for The Kansas City Star newspaper.
Hemingway volunteered with the Red Cross as an
in the Italian army when Word War One started
For his service, he was awarded the
Italian Silver Medal of Bravery
. He was later wounded and spent time healing in a hospital in Milan.
Hemingway was a correspondent during the spanish civil war
Survived several plane crashes
Hemingway's first love. He met her when he was healing from his wounds in Milan. They got engaged, but she later left Hemingway for another man. This influenced his novel
A Farewell to Arms.
Agnes von Kurowsky
United States and began working for the
at the young age of 20.
Gertrude Stein, also an American Writer, became Hemingway's mentor and introduced him to F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ezra Pound, Pablo Picasso and James Joyce while he lived in Europe
American novelist and short story writer
American poet and critic
Irish novelist and poet
Spanish painter, sculptor, printmaker, ceramicist, stage designer, poet and playwright
When Hemingway moved to Paris, he became apart of
"The Lost Generation”.
In 1921 Hemingway married
Hadley Richardson They have
son named John.
In 1927 he divorced Hadley
and marries a fashion reporter
they have 2 sons.
He divorces Pauline and
marries Martha Gellhorn
which is a writer.
He divorces Martha
in 1942 and marries
The sun also rises
The farewell to arms
For whom the bell tolls
The old man and the sea
To have and have not
Men without women
Islands in the stream
In our time
The narrator, Jake Barnes, describes Robert Cohn, a rich Jew who graduated from Princeton with low self-esteem, had an unsuccessful marriage, lost most of his inheritance, and moved to Paris with an exploitative woman, Frances, to write a novel. Jake plays tennis with him.
A Farewell to Arms Summary. Lieutenant Frederic Henry, a young American ambulance driver with the Italian army during World War I, takes a winter leave from the front. When he returns, he meets and quickly falls in love with Catherine Barkley, an English nurse's aide in the town's British hospital.
In summary, For Whom the Bell Tolls is Ernest Hemingway's novel about the Spanish Civil War of the 1930s. It follows Robert Jordan, an American fighting for the leftist Republicans against the Fascist Nationalists. His goal is to blow up a bridge. Along the way, he finds love with Maria.
Plot summary. The Old Man and the Sea tells the story of a battle between an aging, experienced fisherman, Santiago, and a large marlin. The story opens with Santiago having gone 84 days without catching a fish, and now being seen as "salao", [a] the worst form of unluckiness.
Ernest Hemingway's To Have and Have Not is the story of an honest, trusting Floridian who is driven to crime during the Depression. Being cheated as a sports fishing guide, Harry Morgan smuggles alcohol and human beings, twice double-crossing the criminals who hire his services. The second time proves fatal for Morgan, who is to widow Marie a good man whose kind will not be seen again.
Men Without Women is the second collection of short stories written by American author Ernest Hemingway. The volume consists of fourteen stories, ten of which had been previously published in magazines.
Islands in the Stream was assembled from Hemingway’s manuscripts by his widow and his publisher ten years after his death, and although the book has a certain unfinished quality, it contains most of the Hemingway ingredients. Like much of his fiction, Islands in the Stream is strongly autobiographical, but this last novel carries even more of the fears and fantasies of this major American writer.The novel is divided into three separate books
In Our Time is a collection of short stories and vignettes about the years before, during, and after World War I. The stories, which are titled, are separated by vignettes, each of which is a chapter. The first story, "On the Quai at Smyrna," introduces the war through a description of an evacuation.
Ernest Hemingway was
found dead with a bullet wound in his head on July 2, 1961 in his house. It was said that Hemingway accidentally shot himself while cleaning his gun. But it is unknown if it was an act of suicide, or an accident.
In mIlitary Career For his service, he was awarded the
Italian Silver Medal of Bravery
In 1947 Hemingway was awarded a
in World War II.
The Nobel Prize
in Literature (1954) for his novel The Old Man and the Sea, which was made into a 1958 film The Old Man and the Sea (1958).
"The Old Man and the Sea," earned
the Pulitzer Prize
The following 32 pages are in this category, out of 32 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more)
Big Two-Hearted River
The Capital of the World (short story)
Cat in the Rain
Che Ti Dice La Patria?
A Clean, Well-Lighted Place
Cross Country Snow
A Day's Wait
The Doctor and the Doctor's Wife
The End of Something
Fathers and Sons (short story)
The Gambler, the Nun, and the Radio
Hills Like White Elephants
In Another Country
The Killers (Hemingway short stor)
Mr. and Mrs. Elliot
My Old Man (short story)
Now I Lay Me
On the Quai at Smyrna
Out of Season (short story)
The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber
A Simple Enquiry
The Snows of Kilimanjaro (short story)
The Three-Day Blow
The Undefeated (short story)
Up in Michigan
A Very Short Story
/ A Way You'll Never Be
What is Iceberg Theory?
Some Famous Short Stories
A very short story
The main character, an American soldier who has been injured overseas, is never named. Cared for in an Italian hospital in Padua, he falls in love with his nurse, Luz. Luz is a very popular nurse who works more than she has to, but is admired by all the patients. The soldier and Luz sit on the roof together at night, and as their love grows, they decide to get married. Because they cannot properly wed in Italy, they decide to marry in America once he gets a job. After the war ends, he returns home to find employment. They fight about when Luz will join him. He wants her to come right away, but they eventually decide that she will return to America later, after he is settled and able to provide for her. His only purpose is to work so that they can get married.
Hills like white elephants
is set in Spain. An American man and a girl are sitting at an outdoor café in a Spanish train station, waiting for a fast, non-stop train coming from Barcelona that will take them to Madrid, where the girl will have an abortion.
A Train Trip
Jimmy and his father leave their summer cabin to take a train to Canada. When they get on the train, they see two prisoners. Each prisoner is handcuffed to a guard. The guards explain that the two prisoners are wanted for murder. During a lunch stop, Jimmy's father sees one of the prisoners steal a knife and put it in his pocket. Back on the train, this prisoner has to go to the bathroom. When the prisoner and his guard go to the bathroom, the prisoner stabs the guard. Jimmy sees this and notifies the other guard. The other guard runs to investigate. The guard in the bathroom has been stabbed but he survives. The prisoner escapes out of the bathroom window. After the incident is over, Jimmy's father refers to his own life when he first...
A day’s wait
"A Day's Wait" (1936) is a brief story by Ernest Hemingway that conveys the seemingly tragic outcome of miscommunication between a boy and his father. Schatz is a nine-year-old boy who becomes sick one winter night. After a doctor is called, it is determined that Schatz has contracted the flu and has a high fever.