Ernest Hemingway

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an American writer of fiction who won the Nobel prize for literature in 1954 (1899-1961)


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OPC mission as part of the construction of the new entrance and reception building - Restructuring catering and ground floor south wing of Building C at the Lycee Ernest Hemingway in Nimes.
We got closer to Ernest Hemingway last time and we're all set to take him on again.
In addition to a list that includes such unparalleled authors as Mary Higgins Clark, Vince Flynn, Ernest Hemingway, Stephen King, Michael Lewis, and David McCullough.
The resorts will be based upon the work, and travels of Ernest Hemingway.
Ernest Hemingway was an American journalist and author.
This small volume documents in detail the many firearms of Ernest Hemingway.
WELSH actor Sir Anthony Hopkins is to play legendary author and adventurer Ernest Hemingway in a new movie, directed by Andy Garcia.
Cuba made the first of thousands of digitized documents, photographs and books that belonged to writer Ernest Hemingway available to scholars after the items languished for decades in the basement of his home outside of Havana, reports Reuters (Jan.
A Florida man won an Ernest Hemingway look-alike contest, a highlight of a festival that honours the late author.
DALLAS -- Loloi Rugs is growing its offering of licensed goods with the introduction of a collection of outdoor area rugs under the banner of the Ernest Hemingway Collection.
Among these are, of course, the acknowledged masters Ernest Hemingway, Ralph Ellison, and William Faulkner, whose Go Down Moses portrays "different kinds of Negroes, none of whom fit easily into anybody's stereotypes.
Scott Fitzgerald, Ezra Pound, Ernest Hemingway, and James Joyce, recreated as anthropomorphized animal cartoonists living in 1920s Paris.
Ernest Hemingway once called Josephine Baker "the most sensational woman anybody ever saw, or ever will.
The great Florida hurricane of 1935 came as no surprise--in Key West Ernest Hemingway had enough warning to secure his boat and house against the storm--yet superintendents in three nearby government work camps did almost nothing to evacuate the men in their charge.