Ernest Hemingway Reviews
Ernest Hemingway ranks as the most well-known of all writers; like Mark Twain, Hemingway is one of those rare authors most people know about, whether they've read him or not. The difference is that Twain, together with his white match, omnipresent cigar, and effortless wit, survives in the public imagination because of essentially, adorable figure, although the deeply imprinted image of Hemingway as rocky and macho was much less universally admired, for all his celebrity. Hemingway has been considered less as a writer dedicated to his craft than as a man of action who happened to be afflicted with genius. After he won the Nobel Prize in 1954, Time magazine reported the news under Heroes instead of Books and proceeded on to describe the author as "a globe-trotting expert on bullfights, booze, women, wars, large game hunting, deep sea fishing, and even guts." Hemingway did actually address all those subjects in his books, and he acquired his experience through well-reported actions of participation as well as of observation; by heading to all of the wars of the time, hunting and fishing for good beasts, marrying four times, sometimes getting into fistfights, drinking too much, and getting, in the end, a worldwide celebrity recognizable because of his trademark beard and challenging physical pursuits.
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Ernest Hemingway is rated 8 out of 10 based on 11,064 reviews.