How Did Ernest Hemingway Influence The World

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Ernest Hemingway had a very big influence on the entire world. He was born on July 21st, 1899 in Cicero, Illinois. He started his writing career with the Kansas City newspaper office when he was seventeen. When the United States entered the war he volunteered for the Italians in an ambulance unit. He was injured on the front and spent a lot of time in hospitals in Italy. When he returned to the States he became a writer for the Canadian and American newspapers. He later returned to Europe to cover the Greek Revolution and other events. He positively influenced the world with the relatability of his work and his wartime stories during the 1920’s - 1950’s.
He died on July 2, 1961. He was only one of many Hemingway 's that had a fairly common disorder called Hemochromatosis. Hemochromatosis is a
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Depression and suicide are closely associated with hemochromatosis, as is the diabetes that Hemingway suffered from, he also had liver problems and high blood pressure. The depression associated with his disorder eventually led to his suicide. In 1961 Ernest Hemingway shot himself in his home in Ketchum, Idaho. Hemingway once said
“Happiness in intelligent people is the rarest things I know”. This quote really tells a lot about him.
Despite the depression Hemingway still managed to connect to his readers through his wartime stories. A Farewell to Arms is one of the most famous war stories in history. It closely resembles Hemingway’s early life in the war, it follows the love story of an American ambulance driver and an English nurse. The simple plot does not explain the draw to this

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