Ernest Hemingway books includes all his great literary works plus additional books by members of his family.
Ernest Miller Hemingway (1899 - 1961) was a novelist, short-story writer and journalist. Hemingway travelled in East Africa twice in his life and the experiences gave him material for several short stories and novels. He was probably not the greatest of hunters but he had a true love of hunting, nature and wildlife of Africa.
Hemingway always hunted Africa with Philip Percival who some believe inspired the 'Robert Wilson' character in 'The Short Happy Life Of Francis Macomber'. Others believe this character was modelled on Bror Blixen, who was a good friend of Hemingway.
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Men Without Women by Ernest Hemingway (1927) is a collection of short stories, including titles such as "The Killers," "Ten Indians," "Today is Friday" and "Hills Like White Elephants". Kindle Version
A Farewell To Arms by Ernest Hemingway (1929) is a semi-autobiographical novel told through the point of view of an American serving as an ambulance driver in the Italy during World War I. At the age of 18, Ernest Hemingway was eager to serve in the Great War but poor vision led him to join the ambulance corps and he was sent to France. He was transferred to Italy, he became the first American wounded in that country during World War I. Kindle Version A Farewell to Arms DVD In Love And War DVD is a movie of the true story of the nurse who inspired Hemingway to write 'Farewell To Arms'.
Death In The Afternoon by Ernest Hemingway (1932) is a non-fiction book about the ceremony and traditions of Spanish bullfighting. It is an exploration of professional bullfighting, a spectacle Hemingway saw more as a heroic, tragic ceremony than as a sport. Kindle Version
Winner Take Nothing by Ernest Hemingway (1933) is a collection of short stories that Hemingway wrote during his Key West years. The book contains 14 stories of varying length. Some appeared in magazines, but the majority had not been previously published. Kindle Version
Green Hills Of Africa by Ernest Hemingway (1935) is a work of non-fiction written basically as journal of a month on safari that he and his wife, Pauline Marie Pfeiffer, took in East Africa during December 1933. Kindle Version
The Snows Of Kilimanjaro And Other Stories by Ernest Hemingway (1961) is a collection of short stories, the title story of which is sometimes considered the best story Hemingway ever wrote. 'The Snows of Kilimanjaro' was first published in 1936 in Esquire magazine. It was re-published in The Fifth Column and the First Forty-Nine Stories in 1938. It was so popular the story was yet again published as the title book of 'The Snows Of Kilimanjaro And Other Stories' in 1961. This collection includes Hemingway's safari tale, 'The Short Happy Life Of Francis Macomber'. Kindle Version The Snows Of Kilimanjaro DVD
The Fifth Column And The First Forty-Nine Stories by Ernest Hemingway (1938) is an anthology of writings containing Hemingway's only full-length play, 'The Fifth Column', along with all the short stories he had published to that point. It includes 'The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber' and 'The Snows of Kilimanjaro'. Kindle Version
For Whom The Bell Tolls by Ernest Hemingway (1940) is the story of a young American in the International Brigades attached to an anti-fascist guerilla unit during the Spanish Civil War. Kindle Version For Whom the Bell Tolls DVD
The Old Man And The Sea by Ernest Hemingway (1952) is one of his most famous works about an aging Cuban fisherman who struggles with a giant marlin far out in the Gulf Stream. Kindle Version The Old Man and the Sea DVD
The Wild Years by Ernest Hemingway (1962) is a collection of 73 articles by Ernest Hemingway from the 1920s through to the 1950s. It is the best of Hemingway's pieces for the 'Toronto Star", for which he began writing in 1920. The articles include such topics as gangsters and prohibition, expatriates in Paris, political intrigue in Eastern Europe, starvation in Germany, the disintegration of the uneasy peace, hunting and fishing, bullfighting and much more.
A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway (1964) is a set of memoirs by Hemingway about his years in Paris as part of the American expatriate circle of writers in the 1920s. In addition to painting a picture of his time as a struggling young writer, the book also sketches the story of Hemingway and his first wife, Hadley. Kindle Version
By-Line: Ernest Hemingway by Ernest Hemingway (1967) is a collection of Hemingway's selected articles and dispatches spanning almost four decades (1920 - 1956). Edited by William White.
The Fifth Column And Four Stories Of The Spanish Civil War by Ernest Hemingway (1969) is a collection of works including his play 'The Fifth Column' and four stories concerning that examine the effects of the Spanish Civil War on the inhabitants of Madrid. Kindle Version
Islands In The Stream by Ernest Hemingway (1970) is the first of Ernest Hemingway's novels to be published posthumously. The work, rough but seemingly finished, was found by Mary Hemingway from among 332 different works Hemingway left behind after his death. Kindle Version Islands In The Stream DVD
Ernest Hemingway: Cub Reporter: Kansas City Star Stories by Ernest Hemingway (1970) is a collection of 11 stories attributed to Ernest Hemingway that appeared in the Kansas City Star newspaper during his brief stint as a cub reporter there in the 1920s.
The Nick Adams Stories by Ernest Hemingway (1972) are stories of initiation and adolescence. Taken as a whole, they chronicle a young man's coming of age in a series of linked episodes. The character 'Nick Adams' is partly inspired by Hemingway's experiences, from his summers in Northern Michigan to his service in the Red Cross ambulance corps in World War I. Hemingway's Adventures Of A Young Man DVD
Ernest Hemingway Selected Letters 1917-1961 by Ernest Hemingway (1981) is a collection of letters to and from Ernest Hemingway which were found at his Cuban home after his death and edited by Hemingway's biographer Carlos Baker. Although Hemingway wrote to his will executors in 1958 asking that his letters not be published, in 1979 his wife Mary Hemingway decided to have the letters published.
Dateline: Toronto The Complete Toronto Star Dispatches, 1920-1924 by Ernest Hemingway (1985) is a collection of most of the stories that Ernest Hemingway wrote as a stringer and later staff writer and foreign correspondent for the Toronto Star between 1920 and 1924. The stories were written while Hemingway was in his early 20s before he became well-known and show his development as a writer. Kindle Version
The Garden Of Eden by Ernest Hemingway (1986). This novel is fundamentally the story of five months in the lives an American writer and his wife. It is set mainly in the French Riviera, specifically in the Cote d'Azur and in Spain. It is the last uncompleted novel of Ernest Hemingway, which he worked on intermittently from 1946 until his death in 1961. Kindle Version
The Complete Short Stories Of Ernest Hemingway by Ernest Hemingway (1987) is a posthumous collection of Hemingway's short fiction. It contains the classic First Forty-Nine Stories plus a number of other works and a foreword by his sons. Kindle Version
Collected Stories by Ernest Hemingway (1995) is a posthumous collection of Hemingway's short fiction. Introduced by James Fenton it is considered to be the most complete compendium of Hemingway's short stories. The stories touch on the same themes as his novels - war, love, the nature of heroism, renunciation and the writer's life. They are arranged chronologically.
Ernest Hemingway On Writing by Ernest Hemingway (1984) is a selection from Hemingway's letters, articles and fiction that outline his views on the purpose of writing and on the qualities of a writer, subjects, characters, and technique. Edited by Larry W Phillips. Kindle Version
True At First Light by Ernest Hemingway (1999) is designated as a 'fictional memoir' and based on Hemingway's last safari and was written when he returned from Kenya in 1953. It is the last unpublished work and contains a fictional account of his last African safari, a novel that mixes adventure, romance and satire. It was edited by Patrick Hemingway who accompanied his father on his 1953. Kindle Version
Hemingway On Fishing by Ernest Hemingway (2000) is the first collection of Hemingway's writings, both fiction and non-fiction, on fishing which was one of the dominent activities in the writer's life and writings. There are excerpts from his novels as well as five short stories and eleven magazine and newspaper pieces. Kindle Version
Hemingway On Hunting by Ernest Hemingway (2001) was edited by his grandson Sean and with a foreword from his son Patrick, 'Hemingway On Hunting' chronicles Ernest Hemingway's lifelong zeal for the hunting life. It retraces his various expeditions throughout the world, from the snow of Kilamanjaro to his American adventures.
Hemingway On War by Ernest Hemingway (2003) is a volume which brings together Hemingway's most important, timeless writings about the nature of human combat.
Under Kilimanjaro by Ernest Hemingway (2005) is the autobiographical novel written in Cuba after Hemingway's return from his last year spent in Africa. It is the final Hemingway manuscript to be published in its entirety.
Ernest Hemingway: A Life Story by Carlos Baker (1969) is a classic biography of one of America's greatest writers.
Hemingway's Guns: The Sporting Arms Of Ernest Hemingway by Silvio Calabi, Steve Helsley and Roger Sanger (2010) includes stories of Hemingway's guns and rifles that tell much about him as a lifelong hunter, shooter and man. Kindle Version By the same authors, 'Rigby: A Grand Tradition'
Hilary Hemingway is the niece of Ernest Hemingway and re-tells her father, Leicester Hemingway's stories about his brother Ernest. She is discovered these stories on audio cassettes after his death.
Hunting With Hemingway by Hilary Hemingway & Jeffrey P Lindsay (2000) is based on the stories of Leicester Hemingway, Ernest Hemingway's brother. It presents the transcribed accounts of the Hemingway brothers' daring and sometimes reckless safari adventures, as well as her reactions and coming-to-terms with the suicide of her father Leicester Hemingway.
Hemingway In Cuba by Hilary Hemingway & Carlene Brennen (2003) is a richly illustrated collection of stories about Ernest Hemingway and his love affair with Cuba as narrated by his niece Hilary Hemingway, featuring unpublished photographs and never before seen material. Hilary Hemingway gives new insight into her uncle's life in Cuba, relating tales of his renowned passion for big game fishing, the women who competed for his affection and the people who came to inhabit novels.
John Hemingway is the grandson of the legendary Ernest Hemingway and the son of the Hemingway 'black sheep', Gregory.
Strange Tribe: A Family Memoir by John Hemingway (2007) tells the story of John's father and his improbable attempts to live up the Ernest's macho reputation. It reveals the fascinating dynamics between Ernest Hemingway and his youngest son, Gregory, written by John Hemingway (grandson of Ernest and son of Gregory).
Mary Welsh Hemingway (1908 - 1986) was an American journalist and the fourth wife and widow of Ernest Hemingway. Watch a 1977 interview with Mary Hemingway about her hunts in Africa.
How It Was by Mary Welsh Hemingway (1951) are the memoirs of Mary Welsh Hemingway, Ernest's wife for the final 15 years of his life. The two first met while she was lunching with Irwin Shaw and Hemingway came up and demanded an introduction. Two meetings later he told her he wanted to marry her and he indeed did so in Cuba. She shared with him the halcyon days at Finca Vigia, the publication of 'Across The River and Into The Trees', 'The Old Man and The Sea' and 'A Moveable Feast, and his winning of the Nobel Prize but also was a witness to his deterioration and eventual suicide.
Hemingway And Africa by Miriam B Mandel (2011) offers historical, theoretical, biographical, theological and literary interpretations of Hemingway's African narratives. It also presents a detailed chronology of the safaris, a complete bibliography of Hemingway's published and unpublished African works and a bibliography of Hemingway's reading on natural history and other topics relevant to Africa and the world of the safari.
Hemingway In Africa: The Last Safari by Christopher Ondaatje (2003). The author follows the faded trail of Hemingway's safaris in Kenya and Tanzania (then Tanganyika) and puts them in the context of his works and those of other African writers, such as Isak Dinesen and Beryl Markham. Ondaatje possesses a sympathetic insight into what Hemingway was without falling prey to the myth.
Michael Palin's Hemingway Adventure by Michael Palin (1999) was written while filming his TV series retracing the travels of America's literary titan, 'Michael Palin's Hemingway Adventure'. Palin visits Hemingway's many residencies, drinks in the same Parisian bars, tries boxing and Cuban marlin fishing, but he's really trying to discover what made Hemingway tick - what inspired him to write. In Spain, Palin examines Hemingway's passion for the country and the character of the matador in Hemingway's work while studying with young matador apprentices in a dusty Madrid bullfighting school. In Africa, which inspired and almost killed Hemingway, Palin learns spear throwing from Masai warriors, flies in a small plane around Mount Kilimanjaro, and searches for the site where Hemingway's own plane crash-landed.
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