A biography of the life and literary career of ernest miller hemingway
This left him with a prominent forehead scar, which he carried for the rest of his life.
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Shortly after the publication of The Old Man and the Sea, one of his masterpieces, in , Hemingway went on safari to Africa, where he was almost killed in two successive plane crashes that left him in pain or ill health for much of the rest of his life. Hemingway soon returned home where he was hailed as a hero. In Across The Pulitzer and Nobel Prizes While in London during the war, Hemingway began an affair with the woman who would become his fourth wife—journalist Mary Welsh. Born to a simple family, Hemingway worked his way from a reporter for The Kansas City Star then a volunteer for an ambulance unit in World War-I, a journalist in Chicago to a Nobel prize awarded writer who inspired wide range of authors and writers. Devastated, he became depressed and rarely left the house. His personality and constant pursuit of adventure loomed almost as large as his creative talent. Critical Acclaim Soon, Pauline became pregnant and the couple decided to move back to America. She didn't remember precisely how the nickname came into being; however, it certainly stuck. Within months a second volume, in our time without capitals , was published.
He told F. This first and extremely cruel encounter with human death left him shaken. Knopf, Early on the morning of July 2,Ernest Hemingway committed suicide in his Ketchum home. In return, Hemingway himself was criticized--and, some claim, bothered by the criticism.
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Ernest Hemingway, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in , had a great impact on other writers through his deceptively simple, stripped-down prose, full of unspoken implication, and his tough but vulnerable masculinity, which created a myth that imprisoned the author and haunted the World War II generation. Three novels, four collections of short stories, and three non-fiction works were published posthumously. New York: Random House, The two later joined up in the Montparnasse quarter of Paris, France with F. Hemingway died in Idaho in After being discharged from the Army, Hemingway returned home and in took a job in Toronto, Ontario, Canada at the Toronto Star newspaper as a freelancer, staff writer, and foreign correspondent. His mother, Grace Hall Hemingway, dressed and raised him as a girl for part of his life, calling him "Ernestine". Hemingway probably suffered from depression, which was aggravated by his alcoholism. Instead of staying in the relative safety of the Hotel Florida, Hemingway asked the cab driver to bring him to the place where the shells were falling. When the United States entered World War II in , Hemingway served as a correspondent and was present at several of the war's key moments, including the D-Day landing. The parts of his boyhood that mattered most to him were summers spent with his family on Walloon Lake, near Petoskey , Michigan. The Pulitzer and Nobel Prizes While in London during the war, Hemingway began an affair with the woman who would become his fourth wife—journalist Mary Welsh. Henry is always in grave danger, yet he always escapes. Through mutual friends, Hemingway met novelist Sherwood Anderson, who was impressed by Hemingway's short stories and encouraged him to pursue a career in writing.
His writing style became an inspiration for many crime and pulp fiction novels. Of Hemingway's marriage to Hadley, Meyers claims: "With Hadley, Hemingway achieved everything he had hoped for with Agnes: the love of a beautiful woman, a comfortable income, a life in Europe.
Hemingway left his reporting job after only a few months, and, against his father's wishes, tried to join the United States Army. Becoming a Writer Hemingway spent a year at his parents' home, recovering from wounds both physical and emotional.
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He described the incident in his non-fiction book Death in the Afternoon : "I remember that after we searched quite thoroughly for the complete dead we collected fragments. As the first American to have survived being wounded in Italy in World War I , Hemingway was awarded a medal from the Italian government. He had also become moody and depressed and appeared to be deteriorating mentally. Made bitter by an illness that humiliated him physically and impaired his writing, he killed himself with a shotgun on July 2, These features would become essential components of Hemingway's style. Some of his Nick stories seem partly based on his experiences at this time. The very last years, and , were marked by severe paranoia. After being discharged from the Army, Hemingway returned home and in took a job in Toronto, Ontario, Canada at the Toronto Star newspaper as a freelancer, staff writer, and foreign correspondent. Hotchner to travel to Cuba to help him. Selected articles and dispatches of four decades. In Across There he continued to battle with deteriorating mental and physical health. After only a few months in their new home in Ketchum, Idaho, Hemingway was admitted to the Mayo Clinic to be treated for hypertension high blood pressure and depression, and was later treated with electroshock therapy, a radical therapy where an electric current is sent through the body.
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