Words of Wisdom:

"to be or not to be?" - IMDave357

A Book Report on Author Ernest Hemingway and His Short

  • Date Submitted: 02/27/2012 01:59 AM
  • Flesch-Kincaid Score: 58.9 
  • Words: 2549
  • Essay Grade: no grades
  • Report this Essay
Ernest Hemingway – A Day’s Wait |
Ernest Hemingway was born on 21st July 1899 in Oak Park, Chicago, USA. He was the second of six children. He was born at eight o'clock in his grandfather's house which was located at 439 North Oak Park Avenue. |
Died: July 2, 1961 Ketchum, Idaho
1923 Three Stories and Ten Poems (Short Stories)
1925 In Our Time (Short Stories)
1926 The Torrents of Spring (Novel)
1926 The Sun Also Rises (Novel)
1927 Men Without Women (Short Stories)
1929 A Farewell to Arms (Novel)
1930 The Fifth Column and the First Forty-Nine Stories (Short Stories)
1932 Death in the Afternoon (Novel)
1933 Winner take Nothing (Short Stories)
1935 Green Hills of Africa (Novel)
1937 To Have and Have Not (Novel)
1940 For Whom the Bell Tolls (Novel)
1942 Men at War (Edited Anthology)
1950 Across the River and into the Trees (Novel)
1952 The Old Man and the Sea (Novel)
The books listed below were published posthumously (After his death)
1962 The Wild Years (Compilation)
1964 A Moveable Feast (Novel)
1967 By-Lines (Journalism for the Toronto Star)
1970 Islands in the Stream (Novel)
1972 The Nick Adams Stories
1979 88 Poems
1981 Selected Letters
Ernest Hemingway, American Nobel Prize-winning author, was one of the most celebrated and influential literary stylists of the twentieth century. His critical reputation rests solidly upon a small body of exceptional writing, set apart by its style, emotional content, and dramatic intensity of vision.
Childhood in the Midwest
Ernest Miller Hemingway was born in Oak Park, Illinois, on July 21, 1898. His father was a country physician who taught his son hunting and fishing; his mother was a religious woman, active in church affairs, who led her son to play the cello and sing in the choir. Hemingway's early years were spent largely in fighting the feminine influence of his mother while feeding off the influence of his father. He spent the summers with his family in the woods of northern Michigan,...


Express your owns thoughts and ideas on this essay by writing a grade and/or critique.

  1. No comments