HEMINGWAY, Ernest (Miller) [1899-1961] -- American author
He volunteered in a U.S. ambulance unit during WW I,
having failed numerous times to enlist due to his youth.
In that capacity he served with the French army and later with the Italian
Arditi, was seriously wounded and invalided home.
After 1918 he was the
European correspondent for the Toronto Star.
He was also the Paris
correspondent for Hearst's news syndicate,
and correspondent for the North
American Newspaper Alliance during the Spanish Civil War.
He was later
a war correspondent in Europe during WW II.
He wrote numerous short stories
and novels, including the well-known A Farewell to Arms (1929),
For Whom the Bell Tolls (1940), and The Old Man And the Sea (1952).
The last-named work won the Pulitzer prize in 1953 and a Nobel in 1954.
In later years he fell apart and eventually committed suicide -- a disease
that ran in his family.
|Pulitzer prize for The Old Man and the Sea|
|Nobel prize for Old Man|
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- Son: ¤HEMINGWAY, Jack "Bumby" [1923-2000] American writer, outdoorsman
- 3° wife: ¤GELLHORN, Martha Ellis [1908-1998] American journalist & writer, Ernest Hemingway's third wife
- 4° wife: ¤HEMINGWAY, Mary Welsh [1908-1986] American journalist
- Granddaughter: ¤HEMINGWAY, (Hadley) Mariel [*1961-?] American actress
- Granddaughter: ¤HEMINGWAY, Margaux [1955-1996] American model and actress
- Brother: ¤HEMINGWAY, Leicester C. [1915-1982] American novelist and biographer
- Friend: ¤FITZGERALD, F. Scott [1896-1940] American writer