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That, I thought was a strange origin story for bullfighting, and even stranger that Gertrude Stein would send a young Ernest Hemingway out to see this.
Twenty-seven years before Mailer publishes "Superman" in Esquire, Ernest Hemingway is prolific and successful in Esquire from 1933 to 1936.
Ernest Hemingway was an American journalist and author.
This small volume documents in detail the many firearms of Ernest Hemingway.
Ernest Hemingway was an American novelist, short story writer and journalist who became part of the 1920s expatriate community in Paris, and one of the veterans of World War I later known as "the Lost Generation".
Most of the papers have never been published and will give new insight into the 21 years Hemingway spent at Finca Vigia in San Francisco de Paula where he wrote some of his greatest works, said Ada Rosa Alfonso Rosales, director of Museo Ernest Hemingway.
the licensing agent for the Ernest Hemingway Collection, said the search for a partner to create outdoor area rugs for the Hemingway brand had gone on for some time, but that a new technology being used for the outdoor category by Loloi Rugs helped to fuel the deal.
In one essay Crouch describes Duke Ellington, Ernest Hemingway, and Jorge Luis Borges as artists who successfully transcend conventions to discover underlying truths and realities, happy and tragic, cruel and exhilarating, in worlds and peoples beyond their immediate circumstances.
Scott Fitzgerald, Ezra Pound, Ernest Hemingway, and James Joyce, recreated as anthropomorphized animal cartoonists living in 1920s Paris.
Ernest Hemingway once called Josephine Baker "the most sensational woman anybody ever saw, or ever will.
The great Florida hurricane of 1935 came as no surprise--in Key West Ernest Hemingway had enough warning to secure his boat and house against the storm--yet superintendents in three nearby government work camps did almost nothing to evacuate the men in their charge.
Later in the month World War 1 veteran and writer Ernest Hemingway wrote a graphic and scathing article about the tragedy for the socialist publication New Masses entitled "Who Murdered the Vets?