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.

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Who wrote the novel A Farewell to Arms?

Ernest Hemingway.

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What is Ernest Hemingway's iceberg theory?

"If a writer of prose knows enough about what he is writing about he may omit things that he knows and the reader, if the writer is writing truly enough, will have a feeling of those things as strongly as though the writer had stated them. The dignity of movement of an iceberg is due to only one-eighth of it being above water."

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Was Ernest Hemingway a Jew?

no.

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How do you prevent the old man skin?

The secret to young skin, according to Cosmo, is hydration inside and out, and nourishment, inside and out. Drink lots of water instead of...well, anything, because nothing else is any good for you anyway. Get a good nourishing moisteurizing lotion and apply it a couple times a day. Exercise the face muscles; look for some of those online or in a magazine. Basically, an exaggerated smiling regimen (which I recommend in the bathroom, not at the bus stop) exercises all the face muscles in one go. Fish oil capsules are supposed to be good for the skin, according to Eva Longoria's fitness guy. You could use a mild exfoliant soap to scrub off the dead skin cells, or you can try more advanced laser peels.

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What country does The Old Man and the Sea take place?

Cuba.

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Is the characterization in The Old Man and the Sea protagonist or antagonist?

The Old Man, Santiago could really be viewed as either a protagonist or antagonist. Protagonist is the obvious choice. We see everything through his eyes, and he is a wise experienced fisherman. He is a character we like. However, he could be viewed as an antagonist in the way that he loves the fish and respects it, and yet wants to kill it. He is determined to harm such a noble and beautiful creature that we wonder if he really is the good guy. It is possible that the ending is a result of his being greedy, but as he said he is a fisherman and it is his job to kill the fish. Can we really hold him responsible for this?

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How was Ernest Hemingway injured?

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Ernest Hemingway was injured by mortar fire in World War 1. Shrapnel was removed from both of his legs in an Italian hospital.

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His more serious injuries came from a bizarre series of events in Africa in early 1954. He and his wife Mary were in a plane crash, and a medical plane carrying him to a hospital exploded on takeoff. He suffered a badly fractured skull and some internal injuries. Less than a month later, he was caught in a brushfire that badly burned his legs, torso, and left hand.

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Who were Ernest Hemingways siblings?

Anna Anderson Hannah thomas kristin martin Leslie hull Lara tenneyson

AnswerAnna Anderson Hannah thomas kristin martin Leslie hull Lara tenneyson
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What are Ernest Hemingway's nicknames?

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 nickname of "Hemingstein". Then later because of his love of boxing and the outdoors he was known as "Champ". Hemingway's first wife Hadley and his son by Hadley used the nicknames of "Ernestoic", "Tattie", "Tiny", and "Wax Puppy". In some other circles Hemingway was known as "Wemedge", however, the most common nicknames he was known by were "Ernie", "Hem", and "Hemmy". * The above information came from the following website: http://www.timelesshemingway.com/faq/faq1.shtml

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What are the Ernest Hemingway Code Hero traits?

- The Hemingway hero is a man whose concepts are shaped by his view of death, that in the face of death a man must perform certain acts and these acts often involve enjoying or taking the most he can from life. - He will not talk about his concepts. - He is a man of intense loyalty to a small group because he can't accept abstract things. - He does not talk too much. He expresses himself not in words, but in actions. The Hemingway man is not a thinker, he is a man of action. But his actions are based upon a concept of life.

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What was Ernest Hemingway's nickname and why?

"Papa" was his most popular nickname.

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Where did Ernest Hemingway die?

On the morning of July 2, 1961, he committed suicide by shooting himself with his rifle in Ketchum, Idaho

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What are three short stories of Ernest Hemingway that use futility as a theme?

a day's wait deals with the theme of child innocence.

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Who wrote the 1952 novel The Old Man and The Sea?

AnswerErnest Hemingway wrote The Old Man and The Sea.

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Where and when was Ernest Hemingway born?

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.

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Can a 16-year-old girl marry a 46-year-old man in Las Vegas when she turns 18?

Yes. And she can get married at 16 with parent permission.

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What were the names of Ernest Hemingway's three wives?

There were 4 of them and they were Hadley Richardson, which he divorced, Pauline Pfeiffer which he also divorced, Martha Gellhorn who divorced him and Mary Welsh, who he was with till he commited suicide.

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How old is a 100 year old man?

36500 + 25 leap year days = 36525 days.

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Genre of The Old Man and the Sea?

Tragedy/Fiction

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What do the boy and the old man pretend in The Old Man and the Sea?

They pretend that the old man has food and that everything is alright.

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What were the names of Ernest Hemingway's sons?

Jack Hemingway, Patrick Hemingway and Gregory Hemingway

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What where the titles of all three of Ernest Hemingway's books?

'Winner Take Nothing'

'Death in the Afternoon'

'In Our Time'

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Who were Ernest Hemingway's cats?

Mr Pleasure Puss Hemingway acquired his first cat from a ship's captain in Key West, Florida. This cat (Mr Pleasure Puss), which may have been a Maine Coon, had extra toes (technically known as polydactyl, latin for "many digits"). Today, approximately 60 cats, half of them polydactyl, make their home in the Ernest Hemingway Museum and Home, in Key West, protected by the terms of his will. At least some of those cats are descendents of Hemingway's first cat, and are given fanciful names, as he once did, after movie stars and even characters in his book. (http://cats.about.com/od/felinegenetics/a/polydactyl.htm)

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When was A Farewell to Arms published and why?

1929 after the war

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Who was Ernest Hemingway's favorite authors?

I heard he liked Sherwood Anderson, author of Death in the Woods and Winesburg, Ohio.

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