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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In the final analysis, Cavalryman is tipped to hold on to his title, while Joshua Tree and Ernest Hemmingway should battle it out for the minor placings.
Beyond the allure of the family of famed novelist Ernest Hemmingway (Mariel's grandfather), the film--which mentions seven members of her family took their own lives--encourages conversations about depression and suicide prevention, while promoting an active lifestyle in tune with nature.
African safari experiences: Kenyan safari Follow in the exploratory footsteps of Ernest Hemmingway by setting out across the plains of Kenya, where you can intermingle with wildebeest and zebras on a thrilling game drive in the Masai Mara and then dine by moonlight against the most spectacular backdrop imaginable.
Russel Crouse, before he began writing plays, had been a reporter for The Kansas City Star when it was the Midwestern king of newspapers and Ernest Hemmingway was starting his career there.
I never had to choose a subject--my subject rather chose me," Ernest Hemmingway, my role model, once said, and I guess that's how it works for me, too.
McGovern has traveled to Cuba eight times, usually to work on preserving the Havana home and personal effects of Ernest Hemmingway, and also to visit farms and give speeches on pharmacy on trips funded by the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Life Sciences.
com's Top 10 Summer Cocktails from around the World introduced to us by Spanish cultures near and far: Mojito -- Cuba - 4 parts rum, 2 parts lime juice, 2 parts simple syrup, 6 mint leaves, 1 lime, soda water: A personal favorite of Ernest Hemmingway and most recently associated with the chic Miami scene, the mojito is Cuba's best known drink.
Ernest Hemmingway once said: "By 'guts,' I mean grace under pressure".
This city has always attracted or spawned famous residents, from Titian and Vivaldi to hard-drinking writers Ernest Hemmingway, Orson Welles and Truman Capote, and more recently Georgio Armani and Elton John.
The colorful characters that carry this story--including historic personalities such as Ernest Hemmingway Beryl Markham Albert Schweitzer and Karen Blixen--seem more like types than real individuals and the author uses them accordingly as springboards for various philosophical musings.
A land immortalised by the writings of Ernest Hemmingway and beloved by Orson Welles, where stunningly beautiful, sun-kissed countryside, covered by green olives groves stretch off into the distance under a perpetual azure blue sky.
I happen to know that Ernest Hemmingway used the same word once.
3 Name the Monty Python star whose new TV series follows in the footsteps of writer Ernest Hemmingway.
Sun Valley has long been a popular, year-round mountain destination with outdoors enthusiasts and notable personalities, such as Lucille Ball, Leonard Bernstein and Ernest Hemmingway, and is for current figures like Arnold Schwarzenegger and Clint Eastwood.