A twentieth-century American author; one of the lost generation of Americans living in Paris during the 1920s. In such books as A Farewell to Arms, The Sun Also Rises, For Whom the Bell Tolls, and The Old Man and the Sea, he glorified heroic male exploits, such as bullfighting, boxing, and safari hunting. Hemingway is known for his simple, short sentences and his lively dialogue.
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When I first started out, the biggest influence I had was Hemingway.
In the edited conversation below, Earley, 53, talks of Ernest Hemingway, technical challenges, and stumbling toward the light.
Ernest called out; "you have forgotten your money;" and he held out a purse, but the man was gone.
The conversation with the muleteer had been, thus far, carried on in Spanish—which Ernest spoke fairly enough.
As Ernest approached, the sound of whispered words caught his ear.
Ernest's voice rings clear above the school now, like the Declaration of Independence.
Leander had but the one to operate his stick with, while Ernest was drivin' both fists right into the darkness in front of him.