Ernest Miller Hemingway
By Laly Ortiz
Hemingway was awarded the Bronze Star for his bravery, under-fire, in World War II when he was a war correspondent.
5 members in the Hemingway family committed suicide.
He committed suicide at the age of 61.
Lived from 1899-1961.
He lived to be 61 years old, would now be 115 years old.
Selfie of Yung Ernest
He was 23 years old at this time.
An older selfie of Ernest
He was pretty good lookin'
Another selfie of Ernest but smiling.
He loved selfie time.
Yung Ernest puttin in work.
I'm guessing he was writing his thoughts down or whatever.
My boy Erenest bout to bust someone.
Ernest had no fear.
Caught Ernest off guard.
Chillin with his main homie G. The dog.
Hemingway was pullin. He had 4 wives. 1st was Hadley Richardson (1921-1927) 2nd Pauline Pfeiffer (1927-1940), 3rd Martha Gellhorn (1940-1945), 4th Mary Welsh Hemingway (1946-1961).
He wrote 5 books. "The Sun Also Rises" 1926, "A Farewell to Arms" 1929, "For Whom The Bell Tolls" 1940, "The Old Man and The Sea" 1952, and "A Movable Feast" 1964.
Hemingway was followed by the FBI because The United States suspected him as a spy.
Ernest received 3 awards. Nobel Prize in Literature, Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, and a Bronze Star Medal.
He had 3 children, John Hemingway, Gregory Hemingway, & Patrick Hemingway.
Mini BIO - Ernest Hemingway
Hemingway was found dead July 2nd, with a shotgun wound to the head.
Hemingway had hypertension. (high blood pressure)
Ernest was basically a hard-drinker. (a drunk)
Hemingway's mother was hoping for him to be a girl, but did not get that, and dressed and treated Hemingway, as if he was a girl.
Instead of going to college straight after high school, he went to work in a news paper factory. Out of choice.
In World War I, Hemingway volunteered for an active service in the infantry, but was rejected due to an eye trouble.
Hemingway enlisted in the Red Cross medical service, driving an ambulance on the Italian front. He was badly wounded in the knee at Fossalta di Piave; yet, still under heavy mortar fire, he carried a wounded man on his back a considerable distance to the aid station. After having over 200 shell fragments removed from his legs and body, Hemingway next enlisted in the Italian infantry, served on the Austrian front until the armistice, and was decorated for bravery by the Italian government.
Hemingway was in a plane crash to Africa with his wife in 1952. He survived obviously.
He had 1 son with one lady, had 2 with another, and 1 with another.
He was a ladies man.