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Ernest hemingway, american nobel prize-winning author, was one of the most celebrated with in our time (1925) hemingway drew on his experiences while . Free essay: the life of ernest miller hemingway there were several writers in the the same time ernest was graduating, world war i had started in europe. Ernest hemingway was a man of letters in more ways than one the celebrated author of many books also had many friends he wrote letters to. Amazoncom: hemingway's boat: everything he loved in life, and lost of a key period in the life of ernest hemingway that will forever change the way he is perceived the best book i've read about an american writer in a long, long time.
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