History Creator / ErnestHemingway

15th Nov '15 11:37:19 AM nombretomado
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* AdaptationExpansion: Happens to the film versions - two so far, the second one infamously casting RonaldReagan as the villain - of "The Killers," where the movies try to delve into [[NoodleIncident the mysterious motives]] of two hitmen ''and'' their target that the short story brilliantly refuses to answer.
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* AdaptationExpansion: Happens to the film versions - two so far, the second one infamously casting RonaldReagan UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan as the villain - of "The Killers," where the movies try to delve into [[NoodleIncident the mysterious motives]] of two hitmen ''and'' their target that the short story brilliantly refuses to answer.
2nd Aug '15 4:49:10 AM jormis29
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[[AC:LiveActionTelevision]] * He appears in the "Best Foot Forward" episode of ''Series/{{Forever}}'' at a party that Henry once attended. Apparently he once stole one of Henry's girlfriends. -->'''Ernest''': This is Paris, Henry. You should be out, wandering these fair streets with a beautiful girl on your arm.\\ '''Henry''': I did have a girl, Ernest, but she left me for a charming American novelist.\\ '''Ernest''': Ah, yes, I seem to have forgotten her. Maybe you should, too.
19th Jul '15 8:17:47 PM CaptainCrawdad
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** BeigeProse: He omits needless words.
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** BeigeProse: He omits needless words.Simple and straightforward prose.
19th Jul '15 8:15:56 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* Various short story anthologies, such as ''Men Without Women'' and ''The Snows of Kilimanjaro''. ** Famous shorts include "The Killers," "The Snows of Kilimanjaro," and "Hills Like White Elephants."
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* Various short story anthologies, such as ''Men Without Women'' and ''The Snows of Kilimanjaro''. ** Kilimanjaro''. Famous shorts include include: ** "The Killers," Killers" ** "The Snows of Kilimanjaro," and Kilimanjaro," ** "Hills Like White Elephants." Elephants"
28th Jun '15 4:35:00 AM Morgenthaler
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** ''TheSunAlsoRises'': Jake Barnes' struggles with traditional masculinity after UsefulNotes/WorldWarOne is one of the [[CentralTheme central themes]] of the book. Comes with a pretty [[TheLoinsSleepTonight symbolic injury]] as well. ** ''AFarewellToArms'': Frederic Henry is probably one of the most straightforward examples of TheAce in Hemingway's bibliography, bordering on TestosteronePoisoning, yet he still can't find happiness after he leaves the war behind, as symbolized by the major DownerEnding of [[ItWasHisSled Catherine and his child's death.]] ** ''ForWhomTheBellTolls'': Robert Jordan is a {{badass}} DemolitionsExpert and [[LaResistance partisan]] in the SpanishCivilWar, but has also led an entirely empty and lonely life since his father [[DrivenToSuicide killed himself]]. He doesn't even realize the depths of his loneliness until he's dragged out of it by the new family he finds amongst the partisans he's sent to work with. [[spoiler: But the same work that sent him to the partisans is eventually what gets him killed.]] ** ''TheOldManAndTheSea'': The last book Hemingway ever saw published himself was also fittingly his last [[BittersweetEnding bittersweet]] reconstruction of his philosophy of manhood. Santiago catches the fish, but it [[SenselessSacrifice gets eaten by sharks]] and [[spoiler: [[MentorOccupationalHazard it's implied he dies at the end]]]]. Nevertheless, he still passes his lessons on to the boy, and most importantly, [[DoomedMoralVictor the fish never beat him]]. His DoomedMoralVictor status is even cemented by a literary CrucifiedHeroShot.
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** ''TheSunAlsoRises'': ''Literature/TheSunAlsoRises'': Jake Barnes' struggles with traditional masculinity after UsefulNotes/WorldWarOne is one of the [[CentralTheme central themes]] of the book. Comes with a pretty [[TheLoinsSleepTonight symbolic injury]] as well. ** ''AFarewellToArms'': ''Literature/AFarewellToArms'': Frederic Henry is probably one of the most straightforward examples of TheAce in Hemingway's bibliography, bordering on TestosteronePoisoning, yet he still can't find happiness after he leaves the war behind, as symbolized by the major DownerEnding of [[ItWasHisSled Catherine and his child's death.]] ** ''ForWhomTheBellTolls'': ''Literature/ForWhomTheBellTolls'': Robert Jordan is a {{badass}} DemolitionsExpert and [[LaResistance partisan]] in the SpanishCivilWar, but has also led an entirely empty and lonely life since his father [[DrivenToSuicide killed himself]]. He doesn't even realize the depths of his loneliness until he's dragged out of it by the new family he finds amongst the partisans he's sent to work with. [[spoiler: But the same work that sent him to the partisans is eventually what gets him killed.]] ** ''TheOldManAndTheSea'': ''Literature/TheOldManAndTheSea'': The last book Hemingway ever saw published himself was also fittingly his last [[BittersweetEnding bittersweet]] reconstruction of his philosophy of manhood. Santiago catches the fish, but it [[SenselessSacrifice gets eaten by sharks]] and [[spoiler: [[MentorOccupationalHazard it's implied he dies at the end]]]]. Nevertheless, he still passes his lessons on to the boy, and most importantly, [[DoomedMoralVictor the fish never beat him]]. His DoomedMoralVictor status is even cemented by a literary CrucifiedHeroShot.
8th Apr '15 10:11:22 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''MidnightInParis'' (2011): Hemingway appears in a handful of scenes and steals the whole goddamn movie. Played by Corey Stoll. * ''HemingwayAndGellhorn'' (2012) Covers his relationship with his third wife, journalist Martha Gellhorn. Played by Clive Owen.
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* ''MidnightInParis'' ''Film/MidnightInParis'' (2011): Hemingway appears in a handful of scenes and steals the whole goddamn movie. Played by Corey Stoll. * ''HemingwayAndGellhorn'' ''Film/HemingwayAndGellhorn'' (2012) Covers his relationship with his third wife, journalist Martha Gellhorn. Played by Clive Owen.

* In the ''{{Timeline-191}}'' series, he's an ambulance driver during the equivalent of World War I as in real history, but is wounded in the groin and left with severe damage. He only writes a single non-fiction book before killing himself, this time taking his girlfriend with him.
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* In the ''{{Timeline-191}}'' ''Literature/{{Timeline 191}}'' series, he's an ambulance driver during the equivalent of World War I as in real history, but is wounded in the groin and left with severe damage. He only writes a single non-fiction book before killing himself, this time taking his girlfriend with him.
1st Dec '14 10:02:09 AM DavidDelony
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* BeigeProse[=/=]BoringButPractical: Hemingway's stylistic trademark.
27th Nov '14 5:59:41 PM arsepoetica
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* SeinfeldIsUnfunny: Anyone who writes fiction today, on an amateur or professional level, is to some degree influenced by Hemingway, whether they know it or not.
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* SeinfeldIsUnfunny: Anyone who writes fiction today, on an amateur or professional level, is to some degree influenced by Hemingway, whether they know it or not. As a result, it may be difficult for some to grasp the originality of his writing and the change it had on American literature.
27th Nov '14 5:57:12 PM arsepoetica
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* SeinfeldIsNotFunny: Anyone who writes fiction today, on an amateur or professional level, is to some degree influenced by Hemingway, whether they know it or not.
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* SeinfeldIsNotFunny: SeinfeldIsUnfunny: Anyone who writes fiction today, on an amateur or professional level, is to some degree influenced by Hemingway, whether they know it or not.
27th Nov '14 5:56:12 PM arsepoetica
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* SeinfeldIsNotFunny: Anyone who writes fiction today, on an amateur or professional level, is to some degree influenced by Hemingway, whether they know it or not.
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