A writer travels the world-Ernest Hemingway

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  • Born

    Born
    Ernest Hemingway was born in Illinois.
  • Journalist

    Hemingway moved to missouri at the age of 18 to write for the Kansas City Star.
  • Ambulance Driver

    Ambulance Driver
    Hemingway was rejected for the army and became an ambulance driver for the Red Cross.
  • Wounded

    Hemingway was wounded in an attack by the Austrians during WWI.
  • New Life In Europe

    New Life In Europe
    Hemingway moved to Paris with his new wife Hadley Richardson.
    "If you are lucky enough to have lived in Paris as a young man, then wherever you go for the rest of your life it stays with you, for Paris is a moveable feast."
  • Father For the First Time

    Heminways first son John "Jack" is born.
  • Published Author

    Published Author
    Hemingway's first novel, The Sun Also Rises, is published.
  • Divorced......and newly married

    Divorced......and newly married
    Hemingway went through his first divorce, with Hadley Richardson, and married his second wife, Pauline Pfeiffer. Pauline had lived with Hemingway for sometime before they admitted their affair and Hemingway divorced Hadley.
  • A Father Yet Again

    Hemingway's second son, Patrick, is born.
  • Another Book

    Another Book
    Hemingway publishes another book, Farewell To Arms.
    "All my life I've left at words as though I were seeing them for the first time"
  • Final chance at being a father

    Final chance at being a father
    Ernest's third (and final) son, Gregory, is born
  • Africa

    Africa
    Hemingway and his wife go on a 10-week African Safari
  • Divorce....and Marriage.....again

    Hemingway and Pauline parted ways and he married Martha Glenn. Five years later they were divorced
  • Remarriage

    Remarriage
    Hemingway gets married to his fourth wife, Mary Welsh.
  • A tragic Death

    A tragic Death
    Hemingway commits suicide because of depression, alcoholism, and multiple physical ailments.
    "Everyman's life ends the same way. It is only the details of how he lived and how he died that distinguish one man from another."