Did Hemingway like any of the movies made from his Books? Well maybe one.

(Credit: Alamy) 19 hours ago Swapnil Dhruv Bose ‘The Killers’: The only adaptation that Ernest Hemingway loved ‘THE KILLERS’ – ROBERT SIODMAK 4 A masterful example of the quintessential film noir, The Killers has gone down in history as one of the best works from the immensely popular genre. Based on a story by Ernest Hemingway, this was […]

The Hemingway App: So how did Hem do when put to the test?

Hemingway Takes the Hemingway Test. The article is a bit long itself but interesting. There is such a thing as too terse. By Ian Crouch Charles McGrath wroteabout a newly digitized collection of ephemera from Ernest Hemingway’s Cuban estate, Finca Vigía, which confirms that the famously terse writer was, as McGrath says, “a hoarder.” Ticket stubs, […]

Take a trip without leaving home: Hemingway’s A MOVEABLE FEAST

Travel Through Books: In times of pandemic, transport yourself to different destinations via travel books June 27, 2021 3:00 AM Considering that a third wave is imminent, a wiser and safer alternative perhaps would be to transport oneself to different destinations through books. Here, we bring to you some popular travel books to read while at […]

5 More surprising Facts: continuation of article by Scott Beggs

6. One of Ernest Hemingway’s best works came about from him leaving some luggage at the Ritz Hotel in Paris. Speaking of A Moveable Feast, Hemingway wrote it later in life (it was published posthumously) after a 1956 stay at the Ritz Hotel in Paris wherein he was reminded that he’d left a steamer trunk (made for him […]

10 Surprising Facts About Ernest Hemingway

BY SCOTT BEGGSJULY 21, 2019(UPDATED: APRIL 2, 2021) Ernest Hemingway was a titan of 20th-century literature, converting his lived experiences in multiple wars into rich, stirring tales like A Farewell to Arms and For Whom the Bell Tolls. The avid sportsman also called upon his love for the outdoors to craft bittersweet metaphorical works like Big Two-Hearted River and the […]

Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald

Hem and Scott I just finished a book about the life of Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald called “Z.”  It was interesting.  Zelda’s hatred for Hemingway came across loud and clear.  I know that it’s historically true.  However, there’s a claim that Hemingway came on to her, which didn’t strike me as true based on all that […]

Presentations coming up through The Hemingway Society

For those who are members, the Hemingway Society has some wonderful Webinars coming up. Some are academic; some very timely; some just plain interesting and illuminating. Hope all are having a good summer. Best, Christine A Publication of the Hemingway Society | July 13, 2021THE HEMINGWAY SOCIETY IS PLEASED TO BEGIN OUR2021 WEBINAR SERIESDear Hemingway […]