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Hemingway, Ernest

Syllabification: Hem·ing·way, Ernest
Pronunciation: /ˈhemiNGɡˌwā
 
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Definition of Hemingway, Ernest in English:

( 1899–1961), US novelist, short-story writer, and journalist; full name Ernest Miller Hemingway. He achieved success with The Sun Also Rises (1926), which reflected the disillusionment of the postwarlost generation.” In World War II, he joined in the D-Day landings as a war correspondent. Other notable works: A Farewell to Arms (1929), For Whom the Bell Tolls (1940), and The Old Man and the Sea (1952, Pulitzer Prize 1953). Nobel Prize for Literature (1954).

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