Ernest Hemingway Essay | Ernest Hemingway

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Ernest Hemingway

Summary: Essay is about the life and times of Ernest Hemingway and discusses his unique style of writing.
Ernest Hemingway was one of the best known writers of this century. Hemingway overcame a tragic accident which resulted in leaving him partially paralyzed. There is a time when all writers go through a difficult period. Hemingway like all great writers lost his talent for writing then got it back which resulted in the development of his unique style of writing that changed literature, but everything comes to an end, his writing and his life. At the age of 21 he was paralyzed for life. His spinal cord was served during a car accident, leaving no feeling from the diaphragm downward. After a lot of time in physical therapy, it became possible for him to grasp a pen. Having lost the talent that had given him purpose, Hemingway could no longer endure living. He had led an active, circle life, but his body had become decrepit. He had alienated...

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