Tag: Ernest Hemingway

Books & Publishing Fiction Nonfiction World War One

7 WW1 Books Written by the Lost Generation

The First World War was a conflict that lasted from 1914-1918.  It had a deep physiological impact on those who lived through it.  This gave rise to the term “Lost Generation,” popularized by author Gertrude Stein.  The Lost Generation is defined as “ the generation of men and women who came of age during or immediately […]

Books & Publishing Fiction World War One Writing & Editing

Ernest Hemingway: Time with the Red Cross Inspired His Literary Work

Ernest Hemingway is considered a literary genius who established a writing style that bears his name.  He also was a noncombatant during World War One whose experiences inspired his early work. Hemingway was born July 21, 1899 in a Chicago suburb and lived a privileged life throughout childhood. As a high school student, he participated […]

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