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ernest hemingway

Ernest Hemingway

A Moveable Feast

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"But this is preposterous? A character is either ‘real' or ‘imaginary'? If you think that, hypocrite lecteur, I can only smile. You do not even think of your own past as quite real; you dress it up, you gild it or blacken it, censor it, tinker with it . . . fictionalize it, in a word, and put it away on a shelf--your book, your romanced autobiography. We are all in flight from the real reality. That is a basic definition of homo sapiens.“

John Fowles (The French Lt’s Woman)

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Ernest Hemingway
  • Born near Chicago (1899)
  • Service in WWI
  • Journalist in Paris after war
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Hemingway
  • 1920s: Europe (Paris)
  • 1930s: Africa, Spain & Key West
  • 1940s: Cuba & WWII
  • 1950s: Cuba & Idaho
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Hemingway
  • Dies 1961 in Idaho
  • Married 4 times
    • 1921-Hadley Richardson
    • 1927-Pauline Pfeiffer
    • 1940-Martha Gellhorn
    • 1946-Mary Welsh
works
Works
  • In Our Time (1925) – Nick Adams stories
  • The Sun Also Rises (1926)
  • A Farewell to Arms (1929)
  • For Whom the Bell Tolls (1940)
  • The Old Man and the Sea (1952)
  • Nobel Prize - 1954
in our time
In Our Time
  • Nick Adams stories
  • Grows up in Michigan
  • Fights in WWI
  • Wounded
  • Returns home
  • Finds peace in nature
  • “Big Two-Hearted River”
the sun also rises
The Sun Also Rises
  • Young American journalist in Paris in 1920s
  • Wounded in war
  • Unfulfilled relationship
  • Travels to Spain (fishing, Pamplona)
  • Itinerant, ex-patriate lifestyle
  • Roman à clef
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The Sun Also Rises
  • Lost Generation
    • Cheap lifestyle in Paris
    • Disillusioned by war
    • American & Brit artists
a farewell to arms
A Farewell to Arms
  • Young man wounded in war
  • Goes to Switzerland for treatment
  • Meets nurse
  • Love affair
  • Outside world intervenes (duty)
  • Affair ends
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A Farewell to Arms
  • Agnes von Kurowsky
    • American
  • Leaves for US
  • Wife gives birth while he writes novel
  • Catherine Barkley
    • British
  • Becomes pregnant
  • Dies in childbirth
other works
Other works
  • Death in the Afternoon (1932)
  • Green Hills of Africa (1935)
  • To Have And Have Not (1937)
  • The Fifth Column and the First Forty-Nine Stories (1938)
  • For Whom The Bell Tolls (1940)
  • The Old Man And The Sea (1952, Pulitzer Prize)
  • Paris: A Moveable Feast (1964)
a moveable feast
A Moveable Feast
  • Short vignettes
  • Gossip about famous people
    • F. Scott Fitzgerald
    • Gertrude Stein
  • Initiation into life as writer
  • Young and growing, but w/ stable personality
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A Moveable Feast

Novel

“Reality”

Better standards than Fr.

Enjoyed access to money

Having affair at time

Midnight in Paris (2011)

  • Bohemian lifestyle
  • Living poor, eating poor
  • In love with wife
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Hemingway
  • Hemingway Hero = Masculine characteristics
  • Shy and unassuming – bragged, sought publicity
  • Controlled in public – fear at night
gertrude stein
Gertrude Stein
  • American emigrates to Paris
  • Literary salon
  • Originates “Lost Generation”
  • Experimental fiction
  • “Automatic writing”
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Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas
  • Own autobiography
  • Authored from other perspective
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Alice B. Toklas

“After a while I murmured to Picasso that I liked his portrait of Gertrude Stein. Yes, he said, everybody says that she does not look like it but that does not make any difference, she will, he said.”

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"narrative truth has a special significance in its own right (...) making contact with the actual past may be of far less significance than creating a coherent and consistent account of a particular set of events."

"Once a given construction has acquired narrative truth, it becomes just as real as any other kind of truth." (Donald Spence)

ideas
Ideas
  • Limits of fictionalized autobiography
  • Creating a masculine/gendered personality