Why you Do it Hemingway?
One of the best literature writers know to person Ernest Hemingway had people speechless on the day of his death. His cause of death was by a fatal blow to the head. Even after Hemingway’s death, people are still discovering traits that could possibly be linked to his death. Why did he do it? What was his motive? Hemingway’s wife Mary Welsh Hemingway says that his death was an accident. She gives the excuse that it happened while he was cleaning his gun. During Hemingway life it is believed that he had suffered from Maniac depression and bipolar disorder as many founded in a psychological autopsy after his death.
Ernest Hemingway was born on July 21, 1898 in Oak Park Illinois. Hemingway was the second of Dr. Clarence and Grace Hall Hemingway's child out of six children. He was named after his grandfather Ernest Hall and his great uncle Miller Hall. Having been born from a doctor father and a opera singing mother Hemingway did start as a writer at first as he took part in music because of his mother. In the early life Hemingway would describe his childhood as rocky as he didn’t like much of his mother nor his father. Hemingway father was having trouble keeping a stable currency. Due to this Hemingway had grew up with his father coming at times home angry and outrages to the point he would even be beaten by his own father.
Hemingway spent much of the summer months on the shores of Walloon Lake in Michigan, at the family summer home. While vacationing in the Michigan young Ernest was able to relax by hunting squirrels and other small animals, as well as fishing the many streams that fed the lake. Hunting and fishing remained two of Hemingway’s favorite pastimes throughout his life. What helped Hemingway through tough times seemed more like a cause of new trait of his found angry problems. Doing this made Hemingway start to fantasize about killing his own parents. Even at one point Hemingway calls “I hated my mother as soon as...