Ernest Hemingway quotes

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It so happened that, a few weeks later, "Old Ernie" [Ernest Hemingway] himself was using my room in New York as a hide-out from li ...
When Ernest Hemingway died by his own hand, he was in deep depression and had written little of value for a long time. Scott Fitzg ...
Literature takes shape and life in the body, in the wombs of the mother tongue: always: and the Fathers of Culture get anxious abo ...
Of Ernest Hemingway, for example, I feel much as I do of Marilyn Monroe, that he was unable to marshal any adequate defense agains ...
I talk with the authority of failure--Ernest with the authority of success. We could never sit across the same table again.
As the style of Faulkner grew out of his rage--out of the impotence of his rage--the style of Hemingway grew out of the depth and ...
The purpose of a work of fiction is to appeal to the lingering after-effects in the reader's mind as differing from, say, the purp ...
Riches have never fascinated me, unless combined with the greatest charm or distinction.
I hear you were seen running through Portugal in used B.V.D.'s, chewing ground glass and collecting material for a story about bou ...
Writing, at its best, is a lonely life. Organizations for writers palliate the writer's loneliness, but I doubt if they improve hi ...
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