Ernest Hemingway

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Noun1.Ernest Hemingway - an American writer of fiction who won the Nobel prize for literature in 1954 (1899-1961)
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Ernest Hemmingway lived a short distance away in Benicassim, which is now well known for holding one of Spain's largest music festivals.
The list of creative early risers ranges from Benjamin Franklin to Howard Schultz to Ernest Hemmingway, though they didn't all wake up early for the same reasons.
Mentioned in works of literature, it was a hideaway of Ernest Hemmingway, along with a string of other famous customers.
Perhaps Mr Brooke was thinking of Ernest Hemmingway, who said: "I know only that what is moral is what you feel good after and what is immoral is what you feel bad after.
More than 100 Ernest Hemmingway lookalikes compete for prizes and notoriety at events taking place at Sloppy Joe's Bar, one of 'Papa' Hemmingway's favourite haunts in the 1930s.
The Aidan O'Brien-trained Ernest Hemmingway and Ed Dunlop's dual Group 1 scorer Joshua Tree look to be the main threats, as does Irish-trained Simenon.
Last year's winner was Chinese author Mo Yan and previous recipients include Ernest Hemmingway and Rudyard Kipling.
African safari experiences: Kenyan safari Follow in the exploratory footsteps of Ernest Hemmingway by setting out across the plains of Kenya, where you can intermingle with wildebeest and zebras on a thrilling game drive in the Masai Mara and then dine by moonlight against the most spectacular backdrop imaginable.
I never had to choose a subject--my subject rather chose me," Ernest Hemmingway, my role model, once said, and I guess that's how it works for me, too.