American writer Ernest Hemingway’s life style and its influence to his creative activity
An American writer Ernest Hemingway’s life style and its influence to his creative activity: This dissertation work gives a deeper view of the literary style and philosophy of Ernest Hemingway - the American short story writer, novelist, non-fiction writer, journalist, poet, and dramatist. Mainly, it focuses on the connection between the life of Ernest Hemingway and his literary works. He enjoyed life to the fullest and wanted to show that he could do whatever he wanted and it is truly obvious that these facts deeply influenced to his future career, his creativity and private life.
This paper examines reflections of the author’s childhood on his works and the effects of women’s special role on his life and creativity and on the moral and ethical relativism of Hemingway's characters. It also studies the importance and the influence of World War I on his short stories and novels. What’s more, it studies his thirst for cultural knowledge which has left indelible signs in all of his works.
The aim of this research is to find out essential features of the writer’s literary activity and to explain why the above coupled with the essential messages on the concept of wealth and goodness, portrayed in Hemingway's novels, are some of the reasons why his works have been rendered classics of the American literature.
Key words: Ernest Hemingway
Every man`s life ends the same way. It is only the details of how he lived and how he died that distinguishes one man from another.1
The Nobel Prize winning author had a significant influence on twentieth-century fiction, and most of his works are considered classics today. His work is best known for his stark, minimalist style and accessibility to readers. Authors James Joyce and J.D. Salinger acknowledged Hemingway’s influence on their own writing. His works also paved the way for potboilers...