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.
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.
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.
Ernest Hemingway was one of the greatest writers of the century. He was born at the close of the old century but was able to see the Disorders of the new century. Hemingway was marvelous in bringing about his pictorial effects for his readers even in his drunken state. Hemingway was skilled in the way he presented the “real” and “concrete” to be the first essentials in his writing. He put life back on the page so that we could see the grim reality of the truth.
Abstract Hemingway was the only significant influence for Fitzgerald in his writing career. Fitzgerald highly respected Hemingway’s opinion on his work and often preferred his opinion. Though Hemingway was known to dislike Fitzgerald, he owned all of Fitzgerald’s books and wrote letters to him. A quote from Ernest Hemingway in a letter to F. Scott Fitzgerald read “A man can be destroyed but not defeated”. I think that Fitzgerald was an accomplished author that never allowed himself to accomplish more due to his alcoholism.
“Any man’s life, told truly, is a novel.” Ernest Hemingway a brilliant writer, lover, and tragic man has forever influenced the literature world. He continues to intrigue and mesmerize his audience 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.
Throughout each piece Lawrence wrote, he demonstrates “the humility of man as a creature who must recognize that the human self is ‘not the measure of creation’ that other beings completely different from humans have a validity and right to exist free” (Radell 769). Lawrence felt this was one of his struggles when writing a story. This is because he wanted his novels to mean more than just a story; he wanted it to impact someone. Little did he know, he would actually impact thousands of people across the world over time. Through his life story, published works, and criticism of “Rocking Horse Winner,” D. H. Lawrence is presently one of the greatest writers of his time and is now respected tremendously where he was previously misunderstood.
Writers of literature such as Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961) often exemplify philosophical ideas through their works. Hemingway was a critically acclaimed American author who wrote short stories and multiple renowned novels. His self described “ice-berg” method of writing allowed his literature to appear straightforward on the surface, while still providing an extensive depth of connotative meaning underneath his seemingly simple style (Oliver 322). A few of Hemingway’s most popular works center around the theme of an inescapable cycle of life, as well as the harsh reality of the world. He lived an adventurous, unconventional life that was stained by alcoholism and depression; still, he had the unique ability to appeal to an entire generation.
Mark Twain It is indisputable that, during his many years of writing, Mark Twain established himself as a literary genius. It is also indisputable that the primary reason for his success as an author was his quick wit and sense of humor. During this nation’s time of political and social division, Twain wrote about many of the simpler things in life while always showing his humorist side. His brilliant comedic mind was especially unusual for any popular writer around during this rough time period in the nation’s history. Mark Twain’s humorist views and writings truly solidify him as the forefather of American humor.
Hemingway’s way is life was very intricate not only due to his experiences in the war but also because of his bad luck with women, his alcoholic tendencies and his deep-seated melancholy. The protagonist in his novel The Sun Also Rises also has a similar and almost identical intricate lifestyle. Despite his complications in life, Hemmingway wrote in his own style, which was loved and appreciated by millions of readers. His experiences in life can be put on paper and produce a breathtaking novel because if attention is paid from his childhood to his last day, it is evident that he lived an extraordinary life. He was also a man who loved adventure and his literary works can be said to be a diary where he kept record of all his experiences