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MDC 102: Making of the Modern Mind II: Ernest Hemingway

Ernest Hemingway


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Dates: 1899-1961

Nationality: American



Short Story Writer

Foreign Correspondent


 Literary Movements: 

Lost Generation

Modernism c.1899-1945

Literary Periods: 

Jazz Age, 1920-1929

Modernist Period, 1899-1945

Postwar Period, 1945-1999

Twentieth Century, 1900-1999

"This is to tell you about a young man named Ernest Hemingway who lives in Paris (an American), writes for the Transatlantic Review and has a brilliant future ... . I'd look him up right away. He's the real thing."

-F. Scott Fitzgerald, from a 1924 letter to his publisher, Maxwell Perkins

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Articles on A Farewell to Arms

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Remembering Ernest Hemingway: CBS Report


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