Synopsis: Ernest Hemingway
(July 21, 1899--July 2, 1961) embraced adventure and courted glamorous friends while writing articles, novels, and short stories that captivated the world.
Review uses the "Abbreviations for Hemingway
Works" created for the Cambridge Edition of The Letters of Ernest Hemingway
The Sloppy Joe's in Key West, Florida, every year hosts the "Papa" Hemingway
Look-Alike Contest, the establishment's tribute to the great American author who frequented the place in the 1930s.
According to the University of Arkansas Press, publishers of the book, Pauline Pfeiffer and Ernest Hemingway
met in the glittering intellectual world of 1920s Paris expatriates.
In a boldly successful move, it uses Pilar, the boat Hemingway
bought in 1934, which he so loved, as a lynch-pin--a way into his relationships, his contradictions, his values, strengths and failings, and final spiral of disintegration.
Ltd, a US-based company owned by the estate and family of Ernest Hemingway
, has entered into a worldwide license agreement with Hemingway
Hotels and Resorts to develop luxury hotels and resorts.
Kappel Prize, we come across a story just as marvelous and not at all invented: an Ernest Hemingway
who celebrates gender-bending, who rewrites Gayle Rubin's "Thinking Sex" by suggesting that her celebration of each person's "benign sexual variation" must be expanded to encompass an equal right to "benign gender variation.
Patrols: Ernest Hemingway
and His Hunt for U-boats.
IT SOUNDS A BIT LIKE A Hemingway
novel: An aging novelist, bound for Europe on the Ile de France with his fourth wife, meets a vivacious, attractive fellow passenger, and during the long Atlantic crossing flirtation blossoms into infatuation.
of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), this is the fourth collection of Ernest Hemingway
criticism in a series that began with Hemingway
: Five Decades of Criticism (1987).
The Lousy Racket: Hemingway
, Scribner's, and the Business of Literature.
These smaller, almost identically named books are In Our Time: Three Stories & Ten Poems (1923) and in our time (1924), which preceded the better-known In Our Time (1925), itself one of the least-studied Hemingway
texts, being the central focus of only three full-length studies, which include Wendolyn E.