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Ernest Hemingway is one of the worlds best known authors to date Aside from being known for his many novels stories and newspaper columns Hemingway was known in a more infamous way Hemingway became known for his many love affairs Between the years of 1920 and 1961 Hemingway had been married four times to four different women and had many different affairs Hemingway developed a lack of staying power He started out romantically involved in each relationship and felt guilty when he had to break them off After a while however breaking up and moving on became nothing more than habit to him Each of his love interests played a unique and interesting role in Hemingways lifeAgnes Von Kurowsky was the first woman to enter Hemingways life Hemingway was an army man who fought in World War II at a young age While in the war Hemingway was badly wounded and was sent to a hospital in Milan According to research Hemingway had a machine gun slug in his right foot and another lodged behind his right kneecap He was nicknamed Broken Doll Hulse 5 Hemingway loved the company of the eighteen nurses at the hospital He especially liked Agnes Von Kurowsky In the book The Hemingway Women we read that The nurses spoiled him and he joked with all of them but the one who attracted him seriously was Agnes Kert 57 Agnes had come from Washington DC Milan was her first foreign assignment since nursing school Hemingway was nineteen at this time He won over Agnes They began a small affair Agnes however would not let the romance go far She knew in her mind that this was just a wartime romance and might not progress further Hemingway wanted to wed Agnes but she would not have that She was transferred out of Milan to another hospital The two would write each other often When Hemingway recovered he returned to the war site
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