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Would you read a book knowing that its author died with the brutal taste of self-inflicted cold steel in the back of his throat Many have oblivious to this detail Many choose to ignore this gruesome fact because of the great literacy written beforehand World War I had a profound effect on everyone it touched The results of the incidents that Ernest Hemingway experienced during the war changed him as a man eventually led to his death and are reflected in his works Grace Hall Hemingway pleased her husband Dr Clarence Hemingway by giving birth to their first son and second child of six Ernest Miller on July 21 1899 in Oak Park Illinois As a teenager Hemingway was continually rejected from the army because of a defective right eye inherited from his mother He finally finagled a way into the military--as an ambulance driver At nineteen he was injured in the Austro-Italian territory He was hospitalized in Milan where he met and fell in love with a nurse Agnes von Kurowsky who turned down his marriage proposal because of his young age In 1921 back in Illinois he married Hadley Richardson and the two moved to Paris France where they had a son In 1926 Hemingway left Hadley and their son for Pauline Pfeiffer a fellow writer She gave a difficult cesarean section birth to their son Patrick That same year 1928 Clarence Hemingway committed suicide with a revolver after suffering from diabetes and similar problems During the Spanish Civil War in the 1930s he worked as a journalist in Spain He and Pauline divorced in 1940 leaving her with their two sons to marry Martha Gellhorn a fellow journalist he had met through the Spanish Civil War The couple moved to San Francisco de Paula near Havana Cuba During World War II Ernest and Martha traveled to England to work as war correspondents While in England he had undergone yet another divorce when
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