Ernest Hemingway

American journalist, author, novelist, ambulance driver

Major Accomplishment

He is most known for his final novel, "The Old Man and the Sea", which he wrote in 1952.
He also won Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1953 and the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1954.

Life In Paris

He arrived in Paris in 1921.
He became friends with some of the most prominent writers and artists in Paris at the time like Picasso and F. Scott Fitzgerald because of Sherwood Anderson. Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby" inspired Hemingway to write bigger texts.
He made his name for a reporter and a fiction writer in Paris.
He and his wife came back to Toronto to have their first child in 1923, and by 1924, they were back in Paris.