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Ernest Hemingway

A Pulitzer Prize winner, Ernest Miller Hemingway was an American author and journalist who wrote classics such as The Sun Also Rises, For Whom the Bell Tolls and The Old Man and the Sea.
I wrote a Hemingway parody a few years ago, "For Whom The Bull  Tolls." I listen to "The Archers" on Radio4 and the parody was to  do with one of the serial's most dramatic story lines - Brian the  wealthy gentleman farmer was having an extra-marital affair (and a  child) with the local doctor's...
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  he like Bullfighting, fishing, and big game hunting. He was a man's man.       good luck, I hope this helped
a boy goes to the sea and he turnes old and he loves the sea
His wife and it is important because he had a revelation that him leaving her was the biggest mistake of his life
Ernest Hemingway's most well known books are: . A Farewell to Arms . To Have and Have Not . For Whom the Bell Tolls . The Old Man and the Sea
The conflict in Hemingway's Pulitzer Prize winning novella is the external conflict of person against nature. The character Santiago is fishing for a giant marlin and struggling against the forces of nature such as the sea itself at first. Later, his conflict is is against the marlin itself as he...
Earnest Hemingway had several nicknames of which "Papa" was the name he was best known by. The nickname "Papa" was given to him by his children as was the nickname of "Bumby". As a youngster Hemingway was given the nickname of "Oinbones" by his sister. In high school Hemingway gave himself the...
The boy understood that he was not going to die.
For whom the Bell Tolls, 1940. The Old Man and the Sea 1952.
The entire novel The Old Man and the Sea is allegory. Many symbols such as the lions on the beach, the marlin, the shovel-nosed sharks, and many others convey represent an abstract or spiritual meaning below the surface. In the novel, Santiago dreams about lions on a beach three times. Each time he...
Once there was an old man by the sea!!!DIH STUPID HOW ELSE WOULD U MAKE A THESIS?
No. It is a work of fiction inspired by Ernest Hemingway's time in Cuba and the Florida Keys. It won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1953.
Ernest Hemingways' novella, The Old Man and the Sea, won a Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1953.
He was born to fish so he can survive.
  Ernest Hemmingway was the author of this novella.
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He was first published in 1923. The book was Three Stories and Ten Poems. The Sun Also Rises, one of his most famous novels, was published in 1926. He took a bit of a hiatus from writing from 1942-1945. The Old Man and The Sea was published in 1952. That was the last thing he published in his life....
The old man's name is Santiago, like the capital of Cuba in which the story took place .
A small fishing village near Havana, Cuba; the waters of the Gulf of Mexic
He blew the top of his head off with a shotgun.
== Answer ==   Ernest Hemingway was born on 21 July 1899 at Oak Park (a suburb of Chicago), Illinois, U.S.A. A link can be found below to check facts and learn more.
Hemingway's writing style was one all his own. In The Old Man and  the Sea he used a very minimalist approach to his writing.
Hadley, Pauline, Mary and Martha.
He had four wives, and three children
As a fisherman who has caught nothing for the last 84 days, Santiago is a man fighting against defeat. Yet Santiago never gives in to defeat: he sails further into the ocean than he ever has before in hopes of landing a fish, struggles with the marlin for three days and nights despite immense...
He does not exist in the odyssey
pedrico is the old mans brother
His novel, A Farewell To Arms.
He believed that the choices we make are very significant in how our lives turn out. He thought the essential things in life are what is unseen, such as placing a high value on caring relationships and having integrity.
Santiago embarks on a sea journey (life) and encounters a giant marlin (treasure). He battles nobly to earn the treasure and then fights the sharks (problems) to save it. The struggle defines him as a hero. Even though he loses the treasure (the marlin) to the sharks (the problems), he has won the...
Santiago knows that the fish are getting tired because he is an experienced old fisherman and has been fishing in the same waters all his life. Hemmingway spells this out very early in the book.
Hemingway was the third son and the second child born to Clarence Edmonds "Doctor Ed" Hemingway, a country doctor, and Grace Hall Hemingway. For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section (Answers.com) indicated below.Ernest Hemingway had...
1-characters two types2-tell me something about each of these characters?-father:-schatz:-doctor:3-conflict3 types: A:B:C:In a sentence or two, describe the conflict of this story:
Yes, he dies. This is inferred by the reader. Because of the conectedness he has between himself and the fish such as them both being in their own struggle, it symbolizes something. The fish dies after his great stuggle against the old man. Due to the conectedness, the old man also dies after his...
The Spanish Civil War and WWII
  Ernest Hemingway was indeed an author of several novels: The Sun Also Rises, For Whom the Bell Tolls and the Old Man and The Sea, among others. He was an expatriate because he was disallusioned with America's participation in WWI. He gave up his citzenship and moved to Paris, with a lot of...
The lost harpoon - Santiago loses the harpoon as he fends off sharks, symbolic of individuals who lose their faith as life's woes attack.
The lines, " The girl was looking off at the line of hills. They  were white in the sun and the country was brown and dry. They look  like white" shows the use of symbolism.
Hemingway's unique vision demanded the expression of emotion through the description of action rather than of passive thought.
  Ernest Hemingway was married four times. For more information on his marriages, see this link: http://www.timelesshemingway.com/faq/faq4.shtml#marriages
Ernest Hemingway. Hemingway won a 1953 Pulitzer Prize for his novella, The Old Man and the Sea, then won a Pulitzer Prize for Literature in 1954. He committed suicide in 1960, after a long struggle with depression.
The blotches ran well down the sides of his face and his hands had the deep-creased scars from handling heavy fish on cords. But none of these scars were fresh they were as old as erosions in a fishless desert.
The title is Ten Indians because they have found nine indians on the way home, and the tenth indian is the girl whom Nick loves.
On the morning of July 2, 1961, he committed suicide by shooting himself with his rifle in Ketchum, Idaho
Because he enjoys watching the game, and thinks it is very interesting. Like Santiago in the Old Man and the Sea
Ernest Hemingway wrote 60 short stories and 20 books in total.
African leaders sold their prisoners-of-war to Arab slave-brokers.
"He was eighteen feet from nose to tail," the fisherman who was measuring him called. (5.6)
because his parents didn't want him to fish with him anymore,also his parents thought he was bad luck resulting him fishing with another guy
Because he thought that Santiago was dead. That is not true. The quote says, "The boy saw that the old man was breathing and then he saw the old man's hands as he started to cry." So, he saw he was alive, then cried. I think he was crying because he knew the old man was old and would not be able to...
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narrate the rising actions on the Old Man And the Sea
Jack, the oldest, Patrick, and Gregory the youngest.
Hemingway wrote with his heart. His greatness came from speaking from the heart and explaining what we didnt know how to say. His technique was simply writing what he knew; every man can be destroyed but not defeated. Specifically, Hemingway used a variety of techniques, including: He used his own...
we all know the story opens as a father discover that his 9 years old son has a fever .and if were the father of schats i would think negative because if we think positive things and the result is negative so it make us hurt and even discourage .and if were the schats i would always smile because...
Bill's Grandfather (the old man) is located where Bill was in the FR/LG games, going north from Cerulean and then to the far east.
died in 1954 at the age of 86
Ernest Hemingways' novella, The Old Man and the Sea, won a Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1953.
Hemingway believed in the nada concept which means that he did not believe that there is anything after life. So he believed people should live life.
No he is dreaming of the lions. It states it in the book clearly.
The irony is that the tourists thought that the marlin santiago caught was actually a shark.
Martin is the man who works at the terrace. I believe he is mentioned in the very beginning and very end of the book. He gives the old man Santiago free coffee and comforts the eighteen-year-old boy when Santiago's skeleton of a fish arrives on their beach.
The proprietor of one of the local shops/taverns, I believe he is mentioned in the beginning and end of the book. He gave the old man Santiago free coffee and comforted Manolin at the end of the book.
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The Sun Also Rises was written by Ernest Hemingway. Ernest Hemingway.
Ernests Gulbis is 23 years old (birthdate: August 30, 1988).
its awesomwe that every shark only eats one i live close in the beach
Santiago is a character based on the author Ernest Hemingway. He is precise, patient, and perserveres throughout the whole story. He loves Manolin, who is his much younger friend. He often dreams of lions on the beach, which symbolized youth.
Ernest Hemingway uses the word "calambre" on page sixty-two of his novel The Old Man and the Sea. So what does calambre mean? Calambre is the Spanish word for cramp. It would make complete sense for Hemingway to use this word since Santiago moved from Spain to Cuba, making him a Spaniard.
he married 4 different women! hehehehehehehehehehe lol hahahahah
Ernest Rutherford invented the atom!! by doing this he was able to impact science today.