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The book Ernest Hemingway and his world was written by Anthony Burgess and it was published in 1978 by Charles Scribners Sons Its main concept is about the life of Ernest Hemingway and how he differed from his fellow writers in being a very strong man of actionThere are many settings in the book because Ernest Hemingway was a man who traveled all his life to all of the United States Europe Africa the Caribbean and several other places The author describes what Hemingway would do in each of these places and what the consequences caused by his actions wereThe first setting is in Oak Park Illinois this is where Ernest Hemingway is born on July 21 1899 When he grows up Ernest goes to war in Europe and after that he comes back and moves to Chicago which is where he marries Hadley Richardson After they get married they move to Canada where Hemingways son is born When he finds himself unhappy he divorces Hadley and moves to Paris where he meets and marries Pauline Pfeiffer after a short period of time he divorces her and marries Mary Welsh in HavanaIn 1953 he goes to a safari in Africa and has a serious accident which leaves him ill for the rest of his days At his last home in Ketchum Idaho on a Sunday morning on July 2 1961 Ernest Miller Hemingway commits suicideThe author shows all the main conflicts that Hemingway goes through I wonder how he knew such personal details about Hemingways life knowing that he was always a very private personIt is shown how Ernest is always treated by as a baby by his mom and how he never forgives her for his humiliation When he was in high school he would sometimes get in trouble for using forbidden words in the school paper He would do this just to create a ruckusThe author lets us know how Hemingways heart is
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