Mini BIO - Ernest Hemingway
- Ernest Hemingway was born in Oak Park, Illinois.
- He was born in 1899 and died in 1961.
- He had many disorders which led to his suicide.
- He tried committing suicide a few times before but his wife would stop him.
- He had five siblings under the care of his mother and father.
- He started his career as a newspaper writer at the age of 17.
- He served in a volunteer ambulance unit in the Italian army In WWI.
- He served in WWII as a Collier's correspondent with the 3rd Army.
- He commanded a personal of battalion of 200 troops.
- Hemingway was awarded the Bronze Star during World War II.
- In 1923, he published his first book , " Three Stories and Ten Poems."
- He had four different wives throughout his life.
- He had three children.
- By the 1940's, he became nationally famous.
- He won the Nobel Piece Prize in 1954.
- He won the Prize for Literature
- He won the Pulitzer Prize for " The Old Man And The Sea."
- After his death, " A Moveable Feast ", was published based on his notebooks he kept in Paris.
- "The Garden of Eden" was also published after his death.