Hemingway Aubrey Malone

ISBN: 9781861052902

Published: August 1st 2000

Hardcover

364 pages


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Hemingway  by  Aubrey Malone

Hemingway by Aubrey Malone
August 1st 2000 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 364 pages | ISBN: 9781861052902 | 6.24 Mb

Ernest Hemingway shaped the prose style of a generation, a narrative style that in his own words doesnt go bad afterwards. Hes equally remembered for a life lived on the edge, be it in Paris or Cuba, and a code of behaviour that, while heMoreErnest Hemingway shaped the prose style of a generation, a narrative style that in his own words doesnt go bad afterwards.

Hes equally remembered for a life lived on the edge, be it in Paris or Cuba, and a code of behaviour that, while he couldnt always practise it himself, has become a benchmark for anyone looking to find existential significance. Author Aubrey Dillon-Malone reveals both the public and private man in the tangled skein that was his life, from the brawling, bragging Hemingway and the self-indulgent poseur, to the man behind the many masks. This fascinating biography provides a compelling portrait of the man who ultimately destroyed himself under the weight of his own impossible expectations.



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