Ernest Hemingway

The Life of a True Man

Ernest Hemingway was born in 1899 and died on the year of 1961
Hemingway owned multi-toed cats and they had so much offspring that now multi-toed cats are called Hemingway Cats

Hemmingway Cats

The FBI maintained an open file on Hemingway from World War II onwards.


Hemingway committed suicide at the age of 61, 19 days before his 62nd birthday.


Hemingway’s sister and brother, and also his father committed suicide as well.


Ernest Hemingway and his fourth wife Mary are buried in Ketchum’s town cemetery in Idaho

Hemingway's Career

His distinctive writing style, characterized by economy and understatement, influenced 20th-century fiction.


He produced most of his work between the mid-1920s and the mid-1950s.


He won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1954.


For his military service, he was awarded the Italian Silver Medal of Bravery.

Mini BIO - Ernest Hemingway

A True Womanizer

He was a chauvinistic pig, a womanizer, rough and tumble sort of guy that wrote on male-centric topics, for a male-centric world.


After marrying one of his wives he would fall in love with his next wife, which is why he is considered a 'Womanizer."



Legacy

Hemingway left behind an impressive body of work and an iconic style that still influences writers today.


His personality and constant pursuit of adventure loomed almost as large as his creative talent.


Ernest Hemingway was once one of the most prominent people on the earth.


Numerous countries respect Hemingway and his writing style.


After his reputation was established with the publication of The Sun Also Rises, he became the spokesperson for the post–World War I generation, having established a style to follow.