Hemingway Himself a great sportsman like to portray soldiers, hunters bullfighters though, at times primitive people whose courage and honesty are set against the brutal ways of modern society, and who in this confrontation lost hope and faith. Ernest Miller Hemingway are one of the most famous American novelist, short-story writer and essayist who born in Oak Park, Illinois on 21 July, 1899. He had four marriages and several affairs in his life time. His life is exciting and empty, very colorful and full of bitterness too.This paper will demonstrate the importance in American literature by looking at the import of HemingwayÃÂ·ÃÂ life and his significant work , which was The Sun Also Rises and The Old Man and the Sea.
Hemingway's mother was a music teacher, she tried to instill conventional values in her children in the designated role of family disciplinarian. She insisted that Hemingway attend church, that he take music lessons, and that he generally embrace the prevalent Protestant work ethic values of mainstream, Anglo-Saxon America during the Progressive era.
To complete his culturization, his father introduced him to the outdoors and nurtured his love for sports. Hemingway did things to pleasure his parents, especially his mother (A&E TV Net Work. 1998).
When he graduated from high school in 1917, he skipped college to pursue journalism. For seven months, Hemingway received a valuable on-the-job education as a cub reporter at the Kansas City Star but longed to join the American troops overseas fighting World War I. Rejected by the army because of an eye injury, he became an ambulance driver for the Red Cross. In July 1918, he was seriously injured by the shrapnel near Fossalta di Piave, Italy, and was decorated by the Italians for his bravery. After recuperating in Milan, he returned to...