THE WORKS of ERNEST HEMINGWAY

THE WORKS of ERNEST HEMINGWAY

Appendix

from http://www.momsgarden.wordpress.com and http://hemingwaymeetssenna.wordpress.com/

* In Our Time (A book of short stories)
* The Sun also Rises (“a gripping story, lean”)
* Torrents of Spring
* Lost Generation (about life in Paris in the early twenties)
(“put very simply, focussed, make the story come alive”)
* Gardens in the Stream
* Islands in the Sun
* Farewell to Arms

* Death (Passage?) in the Afternoon
(about Spanish bull-fighting – matadors are heroes – grace in the face of death)
* Snows of Kilimanjaro (Hemingway’s most famous short stories)
* Green Hills of Africa
* For Whom the Bell Tolls (about the Spanish Civil War)
* Across the River
* In the River??

And his classic work
* The Old Man and the Sea

(“the epilogue of all my writing and what I have tried to live”)
‘Old Man’ was the pinnacle, the zenith of his life’s work.

see http://theoldmanbythesea.wordpress.com/

How’s this for a great simile on Venice?: “The Adriatic sea standing grey and yellow, like a fairy-city”
* A Movable Feast (his last work)
(“damaged wings and love of light”)

“Writing is a lonely life…but when a writer writes, he sheds his loneliness, he does his work himself… and must face his eternity… alone.”
Ernest Hemingway

“One must first of all endure.”
– Ernest Hemingway

from http://www.theoldmanbythesea.wordpress.com and http://www.hemingwaymeetssenna.wordpress.com