Why Paris?

Ernest Hemingway

Bio

Ernst miller Hemingway (born 1899) was a man of true American literature who told stories of his adventurous life in his literature. He was a big hit author during the jazz age or the roaring twenties. Hemingway has written many fine books, most of them tragedies. A big achievement for Hemingway was that he won a Nobel prize. He began to become concerned about this taxes and his safety. He took his life in 1961

Life in Paris

During his first 20 months in Paris, Hemingway filed 88 stories for the Toronto Star newspaper.He covered the Greco-Turkish War, where he witnessed the burning of Smyrna and wrote travel pieces such as "Tuna Fishing in Spain" and "Trout Fishing All Across Europe. Hemingway wrote manuscripts about his time in Paris but after his death in 1961, his 4th wife Mary Hemingway put his scripts together and out came the book, A Moveable Feast, published in 1964.

Writings

The Torrents of Spring

The Sun Also Rises

A Farewell to Arms

To Have and Have Not

A Moveable Feast

For Whom the Bell Tolls

Across the River and into the Trees

The Old Man and the Sea

Hemingway, The Wild Years

The Garden of Eden

True at First Light

The Sun Also Rises

Death in the Afternoon

Islands in the Stream

Green Hills of Africa

Across the River and into the Tree

Why Paris?

Ernest really never found much in America. He wanted to really pick up on his writing. There was no other place at the time better than Paris. Not only was it not at war but it was also a very calm and soothing city.

“The world breaks everyone, and afterward, some are strong at the broken places.”

“The best way to find out if you can trust somebody is to trust them.”


American dream/ happiness

Ernest Hemingway found happiness in Paris when because the writings he did. He wanted to peruse a carrer of writing, by sharing his thoughts and stories with others. He really tried to go after his dreams which was writing. To be able to this he went to Paris to get his writings popular and very memorable or interesting.