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Publisher Description

To become acquainted with Hemingway and to get to know how and why he became a gifted and world renowned author, it is necessary to delve into and understand his childhood and youth.

As to fully grasp the source and strength of his literary genius, his biographer Gino Leineweber traced him not only in literary research but in real journeys back to Horton Bay and Petoskey in North Michigan.

In this book he describes how he learned to truly understand the growth of literary qualities in the young Ernest Hemingway. It is important to lay aside tales of his legendary, obsessive drinking; his macho womanizing or his love of boxing and bullfighting.

This new perspective reveals, that his upbringing did not make him the brave and sturdy youth he saw himself to be, but rather someone who was far more sensitive. Taken this into account, it is not improper to understand and define the nature and style of Hemingway’s life as a sacrifice for literature.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2015
12 March
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
111
Pages
PUBLISHER
Verlag Expeditionen
SIZE
1.5
MB

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