Ernest Hemingway

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Nobel Prize Winner

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"for his mastery of the art of narrative, most recently demonstrated in The Old Man and the Sea, and for the influence that he has exerted on contemporary style" (1954, Narrative art)
 

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Pauline Pfeiffer (1940-11-04, 1927-05-10, Marriage)
Martha Gellhorn (1945-12-21, 1940-11-20, Marriage, Cheyenne)
Mary Welsh Hemingway (1961-07-02, 1946-03-14, Marriage)
Hadley Richardson (1927-03-10, 1921-09-03, Marriage)
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Employment history
Toronto Star (1920, 1924-01-01)
The McClatchy Company (1917-10-17, 1918-04-30)
Height
1.83 m (2 yd)
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Paris (1922)
Toronto (1920)
Date of birth
1899-07-21
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English version (uncredited) (Narrator, The Spanish Earth)
 

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Official name
Ernest Miller Hemingway
 

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Assessment
One of America's finest novelists, with a distinctive economical style. His work is still widely read
Category
literature
Disciplines
journalist
novelist
Connections from
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In 1939, Hemingway bought an estate near Havana, Cuba, and settled there to write "For Whom the Bell Tolls", arguably his best novel. (Details)
The book is about an American volunteer who fights with the Republican guerrillas during the Spanish Civil War and falls in love with a Spanish girl. (Details)
Their relationship is doomed, and the novel ends with the hero preparing for death as he covers his comrades' retreat. (Details)
 

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American Spaniel Club
 

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Date of death
1961-07-02
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Award Winner

Awards Won
"for his mastery of the art of narrative, most recently demonstrated in The Old Man and the Sea, and for the influence that he has exerted on contemporary style" (1954, Nobel Prize in Literature)
 

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