The Tragic Life Of A Brilliant Author: Ernest Hemingway “Any man’s life, told truly, is a novel.” That is certainly true for Ernest Hemingway, a brilliant writer, lover, and tragic man who has forever influenced the literature world. He continues to intrigue and mesmerize audiences around the world with his great novels and short stories. Hemingway’s free spirit and love for nature strongly influenced his works. Also regarded as one of the heads of “The Lost Generation” Hemingway was a true ex patriot. Unfortunately Hemingway’s inner demons took over and ended his life.
He was also a failed KGB spy. Ernest lost his wife in the first plane crash, but the next day he was in another. One day Ernest was at his favorite bar and took a urinal home with him, because he said that he has pissed some much money away into this urinal that he might as well own it by now. I think Ernest Hemingway is a really awkward person from some of the pictures I have seen of him. Ernest Hemingway likes to shorten and describe his emotions when he is putting them in his books or stories.
He lived his life to the fullest and was known to be a very kind person to his acquaintances and family. But on the other hand he was very quick to get angry and al... ... middle of paper ... ...d his ‘fiction’ life gave his work a sort of irresistible attractiveness as he lead a life of fame and adventure. Hemingway most definitely followed a new and unheard of path in his style of writing. He was an innovator and was one of the most important writers of his time. There is no doubt that he didn’t face many struggles throughout his life, but these experiences also shaped his style and created a new way of writing which is praised and looked up to today.
It gives off this feeling of injustice. As it can clearly be seen, Earnest Hemingway has reflected his life throughout his works. This outlet of expression has proven to be worth the time and effort he had put forward in crafting these stories. It is unfortunate that factors such as human suffering as well as intimate harm were present in Hemingway's life, but it is thanks to those themes that such great works came about. In the short stories "Indian Camp," "The Old Man at the Bridge," and "Hills Like White Elephants," Hemingway has proven that he was indeed the voice of his generation and has crafted a path for future authors and writers to write in a similar manner and style.
His personality was one of strength and it showed with some of the qualities he possessed; a competitive spirit, personal pride, fearlessness in any undertaking, and an interest in physical violence must have left his closest companions admiring in awe. Probably, all of the above allowed Hemingway to live through several divorces and the untimely suicide of his father whom he loved so dear, and still write with the greatest of adroitness and emotion. Maybe that is how he has endeared himself to the entire world and why his legend will live for eternity. One of Hemingway’s resounding qualities is that his writing has the quality of reality and not idealism. For him, writing is truth, honesty, and sincerity.
Ernest Hemingway was a great American author. His stories were written about and through personal experiences. His stories directly reflected on his personal experiences and indirectly reflected on his unhappy childhood and his misfortune with the ladies. He had his own style and own ways of keeping that style up. He was a great man.
Washington. His childhood was disrupted by the divorce of his parents when he was eight. The success of Nirvana gave Kurt the authority to be the "spokesman" of his generation. Nirvana's music gave way to hundreds of other underground bands, but with this success came the media's attention and the almost total loss of privacy that came with it (Kurt Kobain's Obituary). Kurt had secretly suffered from an illness that caused severe stomach pains for more that seven years, which caused him to contemplate suicide almost everyday.
Ernest Hemingway and J.D. Salinger were men who paved their existence through written word, men whose stories defined a generation and inspired millions. While they are world famous authors, it is not a commonly known fact that the lifestyles and traits that are painted into the characters they create are in fact an identical reflection of their own lives. Unfortunately, just as our opinions are formed by our past, these characters are defined by their authors’ personal experiences have obvious biases because of so. When one puts this into perspective when reading Ernest Hemingway’s biography and his short story Soldier’s Home along with J.D.
He gave you only the surface of the story using specific word choice and dialogue and you had to put the pieces together to complete the idea. This unique use of skills has resulted in him being an author who is greatly studied. In his works, The Old Man and the Sea, The Garden of Eden and The Sun Also Rises we see him write in short, scant sentences that force us to draw our own conclusions about the rest of the story. This technique has earned him both criticism and fame. It is definitely not a style easily imitated.
Before he died, Twain would see two of three daughters and his wife pass away before him. He spent the rest of his days trying to repay his dept and mourning over his lost family members, whom he was very close too. He died on April 21, 1910 in Redding, Conn. During his lifetime, Mark Twain went from a child of poverty to one of the most famous and unique writers of his time to a legendary American hero. Due to classics such as Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn, he has established himself as not only a famous writer but also a famous comedian. There was no comedy before Mark Twain, most men were obsessed with politics and the military.