Ernest Hemingway

Ernest HemingwayIn existographies, Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961) (IQ:170|#408) (RGM:317|1,500+) (WorldCat 100:11) [GLAE|#] (FA:165) (CR:5) was an American journalist, novelist, and short-story writer, who wrote standing up, characterized (Ѻ) as the contemporary nemesis of Scott Fitzgerald, noted for []

In 1974, during the Kanawha County textbook controversy, Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea, along with books including: Paradise Lost (John Milton), The Great Gatsby (Scott Fitzgerald), and The Republic (Plato), were books banned and removed from the teaching curriculum of schools in Kanawha County, West Virginia.

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The following are quotes by Hemingway:

“All thinking men are atheists.”
— Ernest Hemingway (1929), A Farewell to Arms

“The world breaks everyone and afterwards many are stronger at the broken places.”
— Ernest Hemingway (c.1940)

“There are only three sports: mountain climbing, bull fighting, and motor racing. All the rest are merely games.”
— Ernest Hemingway (c.1940)

External links
Ernest Hemingway – Wikipedia.

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