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New Mexico inmates connect with Ernest Hemingway's life and workA Farewell to Arms burial for Ernest Hemingway - Michael Palin for BBCKen Burns and Lynn Novick Reveal Ernest Hemingway's Private Fascination With Gender FluidityHardly Working: Woody AllenA hallway in one of three buildings that make up the abandoned Pleasant Hill Middle School in Hemingway, SC. An African American school built in 1938, integrated in the ‘50s, abandoned in the year 2000 and added to the national register of historic places in 1998.Hemingway inspirationPortrait of Ernest Hemingway as an American Red Cross Volunteer, Milan, Italy, 1918Ernest Hemingway died on this day in 1961. The biographer for the writer later shared how his first novel "The Sun Also Rises" could have been different had Hemingway's friend F. Scott Fitzgerald not advised him to scrap the original beginning.Hemingway's "For Whom the Bell Tolls" was published this day in 1940. The Times review called the book: "This is the best book Ernest Hemingway has written".From Hemingway to James Bond, boozy British sailors to naughty New York pranksters, here's the true tales behind the world's greatest cocktails, courtesy of our new book, SpiritedHemingway's Adventures of a Young Man (1962) Official Trailer #1 - Richard Beymer Movie HDViolet Gibson - the Irish woman who, much like Orwell & Hemingway, crossed borders and seas to fight fascism...and ended up in a mental institute for her efforts. I present to you the witch who shot Mussolini in the nose.Death in the Gulf Stream - An Ernest Hemingway Original Cocktail with Genever, Lime & BittersThe Battle for Madrid, 1936 (filmed/animated on location)The Lost Generation Writers ExplainedErnest Hemingway & Elizabeth Hadley Richardson Wedding (1921)From “cheese doodles” to paper cut-outs by a three-year-old Ernest Hemingway, the @JFKLibrary is full of surprising documents.Ernest Hemingway, brandishing his 12-gauge Scott, late spring 1952.Original Cocktail: Banana Dance With Adam FournierHere at Paperback Warrior, Eric is trying his first Ernest Hemingway work. Was it too literary? Was it an unpleasant experience? Find out at"You must be prepared to work always without applause." - Ernest Hemingway, BTD 1899 - Time Magazine 12-13-54 - Art by Boris ArtzybasheffOTD in 1919, Sylvia Beach opened Shakespeare & Co., a combination bookstore and lending library in Paris. English and American writers flocked to Paris after World War I, including Ezra Pound and Ernest Hemingway, among many others.Entering the US public domain in 2022: Ernest Hemingway's 1926 novel *The Sun Also Rises*. More info behind window 9 of our advent-style countdown calendar for works entering the publicdomain on Jan 1st:Alaa Al Aswany's Favorite Writers | Big ThinkA Pageant for Old Bearded Guys?Ernest Hemingway and the Hemingway boys. Bimini, 1935.Photographer @scottmcintyre_ shows old timers in Key West who don’t just want to read Hemingway — they want to BE himChasing the Green Fairy on the French-Swiss Absinthe RouteFirst Lieutenant Ernest Hemingway in his Red Cross uniform, circa 1918The Booze-Soaked Hunting of German U-Boats with One of the Most Successful Authors of All TimeHow Creativity And Mental Illness Are LinkedHow the 1920s Changed AmericaRobert Capa (LIFE photographer) and Ernest Hemingway, (Collier’s magazine) flanking their jeep driver at Pont Brocard, France, July 30th, 1944. Both recorded ‘the greatest invasion in history’ and rode with the 2nd Armored Division during Operation Cobra.Born OnThisDay, Ernest Hemingway cultivated a rebellious public persona that matched his dark prose. In novels such as A Farewell to Arms and For Whom the Bell Tolls, Hemingway explored the psychological impact of violence and death during wartime. 📷:What to Do in Key West, Florida | 36 Hours Travel Videos | The New York TimesRipley’s Road Trip: Orlando’s Ancient GatorsHemingway Special (aka Hemingway Daiquiri) - A Cuban Cocktail Remixed for Ernest HemingwayAlcohol vs. Weed: Which Makes You More Creative?Author and Great War hero Ernest Hemingway and his new wife, Elizabeth Hadley, depart on the steamer Le Havre for France; Hemingway says he is going there to work on his writing.Arnold Schwarzenegger Biography - The Real Muscle is His BrainF. Scott Fitzgerald: The Genius Behind The Great GatsbyJoyce Carol Oates: Great Art Stems from Chaos | Big ThinkErnest Hemingway skiing in Gstaad, Switzerland, February, 1927.BTD - Ernest Hemingway - FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS promo art by Dan Sayre Groesbeck - 1943Wayne Hemingway MBE, is in Stoke with fascinating stories and answering student questions. Ceramics2013 http://t.co/LVoYBunXB6I may be biased, but I think my Hemingway is a beautiful cat.Michael Palin's Hemingway Adventure in Milan | BBC StudiosMuppet Babies Ernest Hemingway passport."The Extraordinary Life of Martha Gellhorn, the Woman Ernest Hemingway Tried to Erase"HemingwayHappy #Bloomsday! This press copy of Ulysses, written by James Joyce, was signed by Ernest Hemingway and is part of the holdings of theCould A.I. Write a Novel Like Hemingway? | Salman RushdieHemingway in the '50s... Good Times in Havana.Beautiful cover of Ernest Hemingway’s Old man and the Sea. 1967, VilniusPeek inside a place that Ernest Hemingway once described as "one of the best rooms in the finest museum," but with a roaring fireplace and great food: https://t.co/KKX23TQS7b 📷 Gertrude Stein and Alice Toklas, 1922, Man Ray. The J. Paul Getty Museum. © Man Ray Trust ARS-ADAGPIn Michigan, 22-year-old journalist and war correspondent Ernest Hemingway marries 30-year old Elizabeth Hadley, who he met through a roommate and who he loves for her “nurturing instinct.” They will live off Hadley’s inheritance; she bought him a typewriter for a wedding gift.Ernest Hemingway with model Jean Patchett, 1950's“I drink to make other people more interesting”Ernest Hemingway in Havana Cuba c.1950

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