By: Sarah Schulze
He joined a volunteer ambulance unit in the Italian army.
He was treated with electroshock therapy as many as 15 times at the recommendation of his physician in 1960.
Ernest once took a urinal home from his favorite bar.
Ernest survived through two plane crashes.
He Committed suicide in July 2, 1961
He ended up having more than one wife.
His mother dressed him up as a girl when he was little
Hemingway is also known for his heroic, adventurous and often stereotypically “manly” public persona
He was suspected as a spy by the U.S Government.
Hemingway used his experiences as a reporter during the civil war in Spain as the background for his most ambitious novel, For Whom the Bell Tolls
He moved to cuba to get away from the government. He assumed they were watching him. (Which they were)
He met a nurse named Agnes von Kurowsky, who accepted his proposal of marriage, but ended up leaving him for another man.
He suffered from depression and was treated for high blood pressure, and liver disease.
In 1923 Hemingway had a son with his first Fiance named Hadley, And he had his second and third son in with his first wife Pauline.
Ernest Hemingway and Hadley divorced since Ernest had an affair with a woman named Pauline Pfeiffe, who soon became his second wife once the divorce form was final.
When he wasn't writing he spent the most of 1930's chasing adventure.
He loved fishing, and sometimes went deep sea fishing.
One of his most famous books The Old Man and The Sea Won him the Pulitzer prize which he was denied to earn for a long time.
In 1954 He won the Nobel Prize in Literature.
He Believed that If someone struggled through life, or had a horrible experience, then that made them stronger.
Mini BIO - Ernest Hemingway