Ernest Hemingway

By zaahid
  • Birt Of Ernest Hemingway

    Ernest Hemingway was born in Oak Park. He was the second of the six children of Clarence Hemingway.
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    Ernest Hemingway

  • Ernest in Girls' Clothes

    Ernest mother strangely dresses her son i girls´ clothes. She gave him long hair to. She also dressed her daughter in boys clothes. But when he turned six his mother cutted his hair to normal "boy cut", but it was kind a late, because when he got bigger he hated his mom for what she did to him.
  • Ernest in Highschool

    Ernest Hemingway starts in River Forest High School. He turned out to be an excellent student who boxes, plays football and writes for the school newspaper and yearbooks.
  • Ernest graduates from High School

    He graduates from higschool, but decides not to move on to college, instead he took a job as a cub reporter for the Kansas City Star newspaper. Here he learned his writing style for the rest of his career, Use short sentences, short first paragraphs, and vigorous English.
  • World War 1 (Ambulance Driver)

    Ernest layed the newspapers to the side, and decided to join the US army so he could help his folk. But he got rejected, because of his eyesight, so he volunteers as a driver with the Red Cross Ambulance Corps.
  • Hemingway Wounded in Battle

    While passing out supplies to soldiers in Italy, Hemingway is seriously injured by a trench mortar and machine gun. The blast leaves shell fragments in his legs. After that the italian goverment give him a award, for saving an another soldier. But his career is over, and he fell in love with a girl (Agnes von Kurowsky) at the hospital, and then he makes plans for her to join him in America.
  • End of affair

    Ernest geta s sad messege, Agnes had writtet a letter to him, where sh said that she had fallen in love with an italian officer. Later in 1929, he writted "A farewell to arms", that was inspired by his own heartbroken love story.
  • A new start

    Hemingway moved to Toronto, Ontario to take a job as a reporter for the Toronto Star newspaper. He continued to write for the paper after moving to Chicago later that year.
  • Hemingway's First Marriage

    Hemingway married Elizabeth Hadley Richardson in 1921. She turned out to be the first of his four wives.
  • Paris, France

    Ernest and his wife setted sail for Paris (France). The place was recommed by a friend of Ernest (Sherwood Anderson). Ernest worked as a foreign correspondent for the Toronto Star and then he falled in with a circle of writers and artists that includes Gertrude Stein and Ezra Pound.
  • Hemingway's First Publication

    Hemingway's first book, Three Stories and Ten Poems, was published in 1923. In the same year, Hemingway brings his pregnant wife to watch a bullfight in Pamplona, Spain. Hemingway's first child, John "Jack" Hemingway, is born on 10 October.
  • "The Sun Also Rises"

    Hemingway's first novel, The Sun Also Rises, was published. The novel was critically acclaimed and commercially successful.
  • Divorce and Marriage

    Ernest Hemingway divorced Elizabeth Hadley on 4 April. One month later he married Pauline Pfeiffer, a fashion writer.
  • "Men Without Women"

    In 1927 he published his short story Men Without Women.
  • Florida

    Hemingway and Pauline leaved Paris and moved to a house in Key West, Florida. Ernest livesd there on and off through the 1950s and completed the majority of his life's writing at the house. The couple's son Patrick was born on 28 June.
  • Ernest father commited suicide

    Hemingway's father Clarence commited suicide.
  • Gregory Hemingway

    Ernest Hemingway's third and last child, Gregory Hemingway, was born. Gregory choosed to call himself Gloria.
  • "Death in the afternoon"

    Hemingway got to Spain to research bullfighting for "Death in the Afternoon".
  • Divorce and remarriage, AGAIN

    Hemingway divorced Pauline. Less than three weeks later, he married the journalist Martha Gellhorn. The couple settled in Finca Vigia, the Cuban estate where Hemingway will live, off and on, for twenty years. The Spanish Civil War novel For Whom the Bell Tolls is published in the same year.
  • Third Divorce

    Ernest Hemingway gets divorced for the third time.
  • Marriage, Marriage, Marriage, and MARRIAGE

    Ernest gets married to Mary Welsh, his fourth and final wife.
  • Byebye mom

    Hemingway's mother Grace dies.
  • Nobel Prize

    Ernest Hemingway was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature, becoming the fifth American author to receive the award.
  • Ernest Hemingway commits suicide!

    Suffering from depression, alcoholism, and numerous physical ailments, Ernest Hemingway commits suicide with a shotgun at his home in Ketchum, Idaho. He was also buried in Ketchum.