Hemingway A Pictorial Biography for Students The Editors of Blue Shoe Press



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Hemingway A Pictorial Biography for Students  by  The Editors of Blue Shoe Press

Hemingway A Pictorial Biography for Students by The Editors of Blue Shoe Press
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Ernest Miller Hemingway (July 21, 1899 – July 2, 1961) was an American author and journalist. His highly stylized writing form had a strong influence on 20th-century fiction. Hemingway won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1954. He published numerous newspaper articles, plus several novels, short story collections, and non-fiction works. Known for his bigger-than-life, adventurous lifestyle, his influence on both literature and the popular image of “manliness” remains until this day, although controversial in some circles.Ernest Hemingway was undoubtedly a unique individual in literature and one that shall not be forgotten.

This book is a pictorial biography of this great writer produced especially for students. The first section of the book is the story of his life and career. This is followed by a striking array of photos of Hemingway, selected to illustrate the experiences that shaped him.

Following this are some complete, early examples of his legendary writing style. In addition, there is a list of all of his works. Finally, there is a study guide, which includes a list of books and additional resources, designed to encourage further exploration of this compelling literary figure.All told, this is a unique compendium that provides the student with a broad introduction to Ernest Hemingway. It is an opportunity to explore his life story and to enjoy and appreciate his writing and his legacy.

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