Ernest (Miller) Hemingway
Entry Updated : 08/01/2001
Birth Place: Oak Park, Illinois, United States
Death Place: Ketchum, Idaho, United States
Further Readings About the Author
Personal Information: Family: Born July 21, 1899, in Oak Park Illinois,
United States; committed suicide, July 2, 1961, in Ketchum, Idaho, United
States son of Clarence Edmunds (a physician) and Grace (a music teacher; maiden name, Hall) Hemingway: married Hadley Richardson, September 3, 1921
(divorced March 10, 1927); married Pauline Pfeiffer (a writer), May 10,
1927 (divorced November 4, 1940); married Martha Gellhorn (a writer), November
21, 1940 (divorced December 21, 1945); married Mary Welsh (a writer), March
14, 1946; children: (first marriage) John Hadley Nicanor; (second marriage)
Patrick, Gregory. Education: Educated in Oak Park, IL.
Career: Writer, 1917-61. Kansas City Star, Kansas City, MO, cub reporter,
1917-18; ambulance driver for Red Cross Ambulance Corps in Italy, 1918-19;
Co-operative Commonwealth, Chicago, writer, 1920-21; Toronto Star, Toronto,
Ontario, covered Greco-Turkish War, 1920, European correspondent, 1921-24; covered Spanish Civil War for North American Newspaper Alliance, 1937-38; war correspondent in China, 1941; war correspondent in Europe, 1944-45.
Awards: Pulitzer Prize, 1953, for The Old Man and the Sea; Nobel Prize for Literature, 1954; Award of Merit from American Academy of Arts & Letters,
WRITINGS BY THE AUTHOR:NOVELS
* The Torrents of Spring: A Romantic Novel in Honor of the Passing of a Great Race (parody), Scribner, 1926, published with a new introduction by David Garnett, J. Cape, 1964, reprinted, Scribner, 1972.
* The Sun Also Rises, Scribner, 1926, published with a new introduction by Henry Seidel Canby, Modern Library, 1930, reprinted, Scribner, 1969
(published in England as Fiesta, J. Cape, 1959).
* A Farewell to Arms, Scribner, 1929, published with new introductions by Ford Madox Ford, Modern Library, 1932, Robert Penn Warren, Scribner,
1949, John C. Schweitzer, Scribner, 1967.
* To Have and Have Not, Scribner, 1937, J. Cape, 1970.
* For Whom the Bell Tolls, Scribner, 1940, published with a new introduction by Sinclair Lewis, Princeton University Press, 1942, reprinted, Scribner,
* Across the River and Into the Trees, Scribner, 1950, reprinted, Penguin with J. Cape, 1966.
* The Old Man and the Sea, Scribner 1952.
* Islands in the Stream, Scribner, 1970.
* The Garden of Eden, Scribner, 1986.
* Patrick Hemingway, editor, True at First Light: A Fictional Memoir,
Simon & Schuster, 1999. SHORT STORIES, EXCEPT AS INDICATED
* Three Stories & Ten Poems, Contact (Paris), 1923.
* In Our Time, Boni & Liveright, 1925, published with additional material and new introduction by Edmund Wilson, Scribner, 1930, reprinted, Bruccoli,