Quote of the Day: Courage is grace under fire. Ernest Hemingway
Ernest Hemingway’s Birthday
July 21st is Ernest Hemingway’s birthday and an excellent time to reflect on his contributions to the literary world.
He lived larger than life – can’t think about the running of the bulls without thinking of him or salt-water fishing, war and peace, extreme sports… His passion for cultural experiences, at times, placed him in harm’s way.
We are the winners as he gathered bits and pieces in his pursuits and used his imaginative storytelling to produce masterpieces that are classics today.
His novels are guideposts for future writers to measure their growth. May he rest in peace! Ernest Miller Hemingway (July 21, 1899 – July 2, 1961)
Ernest Hemingway’s Novels and Non-Fiction Books
These are his novels and non-fiction books. For more information about movies, and other writing, visit Wikipedia for details.
- (1926) The Torrents of Spring
- (1926) The Sun Also Rises
- (1929) A Farewell to Arms
- (1937) To Have and Have Not
- (1940) For Whom the Bell Tolls
- (1950) Across the River and Into the Trees
- (1952) The Old Man and the Sea
- (1970) Islands in the Stream
- (1986) The Garden of Eden
- (1999) True at First Light
- (1932) Death in the Afternoon
- (1935) Green Hills of Africa
- (1962) Hemingway, The Wild Years
- (1964) A Moveable Feast
- (1967) By-Line: Ernest Hemingway
- (1970) Ernest Hemingway: Cub Reporter
- (1985) The Dangerous Summer
- (1985) Dateline: Toronto
- (2005) Under Kilimanjaro
Hemingway’s Advice to Writers
Here are a couple of my past posts about Hemingway with some tips for writers. Enjoy!
Hemingway’s Advice to Authors – Part 1
Hemingway Advice to Authors – Part 2
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