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Introduction Many people have heard of the well-known author Ernest Miller Hemmingway they have read his books enjoyed them read them again and studied him in school Most people only know the books and not the man writing them In truth Hemmingway was not just an author but many other things as well He was a hunter an avid outdoorsman as well as an intellect This is the story behind the man who wrote the books The early years Ernest Hemmingway was born in his family home in Oak Park Illinois 1899 His artistic mother and strict father raised him He was taught as a child by his mother to never be afraid to express himself and through that Hemmingways talents began to bloom At age seventeen Hemmingway got his first job at a newspaper in Kansas City writing articles for the Kansas City Star G In World war One Hemmingway joined the war before America did serving in an Italian ambulance unit on the front lines Hemmingway was injured in both legs from a shrapnel explosion but survived going back to America after spending months in hospital in Europe After time had passed and Hemmingway had fully recovered from his strenuous excursions overseas he got a job at newspapers in both the USA and Canada where he wrote for the Toronto Star as well as other various newspapers in Ontario His zeal for writing once again took him overseas as he covered stories for the Newspapers in Europe The Books Ernest Hemmingways first big seller was the book Sun Also Rises This book he wrote while residing in Paris in 1926 and it was a breakthrough of sorts for him signifying a new threshold in his life The second big well-known book he wrote is entitled A farewell to Arms written in 1929 followed by the book For whom The Bell Tolls in 1940 All four books tell of valour and
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