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Going from place to place was just the way Ernest Hemingway was He had been all over the world to places like Spain Paris Africa and Cuba Cuba is also one of the places that is present in his book To Have and Have Not To Have and Have Not was published in 1937 Ernest based much of this book from the time and experiences he had when he was in Florida and Cuba It was about a man named Harry Morgan who lived in Key West and the Caribbean in the mid-1930s and was a fisherman Sometimes he would go on dangerous missions for profit Those travels included the transportation of Cuban rum from Cuba to Florida Harry was decent and honorable according to his own set of principles but became overmatched by evil men Hemingway 56-60 This book was also later put into the form of a movie in 1944 that was directed by Howard Hawks CNN 2 Ernest Miller Hemingway was born on July 21 1899 in suburban Oak Park IL He was the second of six children to be raised in the quiet suburban town where his father was a physician and his mother was a musician He loved the outdoors and would always go with his father on hunting and fishing trips His aptitude for physical challenge stayed with him through high school where he played football and boxed Because of the sports he chose he had permanent eye damage which was the cause of him being rejected from service in WWI Hemingway also edited his high school newspaper and reported for the Kansas City Star after he graduated form high school in 1917 Nagel 91-99 Scott Donaldson said that His limited diction represents a rebellion against a high-minded but essentially empty rhetoric he had been brought up in 178 Finally he was able to participate in WWI as an ambulance driver for the American Red Cross He was wounded
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