Ernest Hemingway Essay | Ernest Hemingway: The Thrill Seeker

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Ernest Hemingway: The Thrill Seeker

Summary: Ernest Hemingway was a thrill-seeker; his passions in life included boxing, volunteering for wars, bull fighting, fishing, and hunting. This thrilling and adventurous side of Hemingway made his writing all the better, as he infused his firsthand experiences into his novels.
Ernest Hemingway:

The Thrill Seeker

Ernest Hemingway was not just any ordinary American novelist. He had a significant impact on the development of twentieth century writing, and is considered one of the greatest American writers of his time. In the documentary Ernest Hemingway: Great writers of the Twenith Century it explores the different sides of Ernest. This essay is going to focus on is Hemingway's adventorous side. Ernest Hemingway was a thrill seeker and his passions in life included boxing, volunteering for wars, bull fighting, fishing, and hunting.

Ernest was born in 1899. As a child his family spent summers in Michigan. This is where Hemingway's love for hunting and fishing developed. In Michigan, he spent most of his time learning how to fish and hunt, from his father. Later, as an adult he spent much of his free time hunting large game. In 1934 he went...

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