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Hemingway

Ernest. 1899--1961, US novelist and short-story writer. His novels include The Sun Also Rises (1926), A Farewell to Arms (1929), For Whom the Bell Tolls (1940), and The Old Man and the Sea (1952): Nobel prize for literature 1954
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Featuring more than 60 photos, many of which will be new to the general and academic reader, and unguarded statements from personal letters to and from his parents, lovers, wives, children, and friends, this unique biography allows readers to see Hemingway from a new perspective.
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He knows the Hemingway criticism--despite his scepticism about much of it (p.
B Tuckey Devlin, the president of Hemingway Hotels and Resorts, said, 'We have begun evaluating a number of potential locations.
The third virtue of this essay is its transformation of Hemingway into just such an ordinary gender-bender.
Mort depicts Hemingway in 1942 as at the zenith of both his life and his professional career.
When you went away," Hemingway wrote to Jigee, after she and Peter left for Paris, "I missed you so badly that better not to talk, nor think, nor write it.
Trogdon was correct in his assertion that there had been little attention to Hemingway and the literary marketplace.
Hemingway's Italy: New Perspectives, edited by Rena Sanderson, is a selection of eighteen essays (and Sanderson's introduction) chosen from one hundred ten papers read at the Tenth International Ernest Hemingway Conference in Stresa, Italy, in 2002.
The answers to these questions can be found in Hemingway and Women: Female Critics and the Female Voice, edited by Lawrence A.
Valerie Hemingway was inducted into the Montana State University chapter of Phi Kappa Phi in 1989.
But I started to really feel a change in who I was as a person,'' says Hemingway, who will be leading yoga classes at Venice Beach on Sunday.