History Creator / ErnestHemingway

14th Jan '17 2:52:04 AM Morgenthaler
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** ''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.]]

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** ''Literature/ForWhomTheBellTolls'': Robert Jordan is a badass DemolitionsExpert and [[LaResistance partisan]] in the SpanishCivilWar, UsefulNotes/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.]]
12th Dec '16 5:33:39 PM benda
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* NoodleIncident: The frozen corpse of a leopard at the top of Mount Kilimanjaro ("The Snows of Kilimanjaro"). "No one knows quite what the leopard was doing up here."

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* NoodleIncident: The frozen corpse of a leopard at the top of Mount Kilimanjaro ("The Snows of Kilimanjaro"). "No one knows quite what the leopard was doing up here."" [[spoiler: Probably not to be taken quite literally, as the top of Kilimanjaro turned out to be the "final destination" in a protagonist's DyingDream.]]
1st Dec '16 8:35:59 PM CnHGirl
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* Portrayed in ''WesternAnimation/Animaniacs'' as having just sworn to "never put pen to paper again" after suffering an intense writer's block. Then he meets the Warner siblings, who just want him to sign for a delivery, and by the end of the episode he's become inspired to write again by adopting his famous BeigeProse.


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* Portrayed in ''WesternAnimation/Animaniacs'' ''{{WesternAnimation/Animaniacs}}'' as having just sworn to "never put pen to paper again" after suffering an intense writer's block. Then he meets the Warner siblings, who just want him to sign for a delivery, and by the end of the episode he's become inspired to write again by adopting his famous BeigeProse.

1st Dec '16 8:35:25 PM CnHGirl
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\n* Portrayed in ''WesternAnimation/Animaniacs'' as having just sworn to "never put pen to paper again" after suffering an intense writer's block. Then he meets the Warner siblings, who just want him to sign for a delivery, and by the end of the episode he's become inspired to write again by adopting his famous BeigeProse.

9th Nov '16 7:55:49 AM TheMoccasinKing
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* Appears in a CutawayGag in ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' sitting in heaven alongside Brian, Vincent van Gogh, and Kurt Cobain, lamenting that they all seemed to have died before their time. He and his fellow artists relate the poetic nature of their deaths related to their artistic genius; Brian awkwardly admits [[AntiClimax he just found some chocolate in the garbage]].

15th Oct '16 11:00:18 AM erforce
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* An episode of CelebrityDeathmatch has WWF Wrestler Mankind (voiced by himself) allowed to fight anyone he wishes to the death, including already dead people thanks to their Celebrity Deathmatch Timemachine. Mankind choose to fight against [[spoiler: and defeated]] Ernest Hemingway.

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* An episode of CelebrityDeathmatch ''WesternAnimation/CelebrityDeathmatch'' has WWF Wrestler Mankind (voiced by himself) allowed to fight anyone he wishes to the death, including already dead people thanks to their Celebrity Deathmatch Timemachine. Mankind choose to fight against [[spoiler: and defeated]] Ernest Hemingway.
8th Oct '16 9:24:47 PM DustSnitch
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** ''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.]]

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** ''Literature/ForWhomTheBellTolls'': Robert Jordan is a {{badass}} 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.]]
12th Aug '16 12:10:38 PM TinyTedDanson
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJ5CIsWBmik HEMINGWAY WAS THE GREATEST]] is an incredibly crude, muscial short based on the author. Giving exaggerated descriptions of his manly exploits, most of which involve fighting animals before fucking them and then hunting them, he's also credited as liberating France, eating a sheet of glass, cutting off and eating his finger on a whim, and being the greatest author ever.
-->''Hemingway! Hemingway!\\
His way is the only way, Hemingway!\\
The other authors can run away!\\
Drink and fuck and punch and write and hunt and fish and box and fight!\\
Hemingwaaaaaay!''
6th Aug '16 3:37:25 PM TotalDramaRox97
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* In Kenan & Kel, Kenan gets inspired by his biography and tries to set life goals for himself to feel complete


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* DeceptiveDisciple: Disciple might be a little high a title, but he was a protege under Sherwood Anderson. Only to turn on him and treat him as a joke. Sadly, he's not the only protege to do that to Sherwood Anderson.
1st Jul '16 11:22:05 AM Bailoroc
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* An episode of CelebrityDeathmatch has WWF Wrestler Mankind (voiced by himself) allowed to fight anyone he wishes to the death, including already dead people thanks to their Celebrity Deathmatch Timemachine. Mankind choose to fight against [[spoiler: and defeated]] Ernest Hemingway.
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