'Hemingway & Gellhorn' Director Philip Kaufman Revisits an 'Incredibly …
Being Ernest Hemingway. I have a mildly unhealthy infatuation with Ernest Hemingway – unhealthy in a way that once warped my own writing style into a nebulous, insincere mess. The second I began to consider selling my
4:14 pm Not too many people could stand up to macho Ernest Hemingway. Martha Gellhorn did.- 10:54 pm What does this Memorial Day mean to you? We put that question to readers on StatesmanJournal.com.- 10:46 pm Coming into the season the Regis' baseball
By Fred Topel Hemingway and Gellhorn is one name you know and one you may not. Of course the first could only be Ernest Hemingway. The second is journalist Martha Gellhorn, who was involved with Hemingway while she covered World War II.
A Moveable Feast, a memoir by Ernest Hemingway, is a series of vignettes depicting Paris in the 1920s. Written in his characteristic stark style, this book is a revealing glimpse into Hemingway's life as a young writer, as well
The Toronto Star has posted some selections this week from its archive of columns by Ernest Hemingway, who worked at the paper from 1920-1924 and served for a while as its European correspondent. The highlights are