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Ernest Miller Hemingway (July 21, 1899 July 2, 1961) was an American journalist, novelist, short-story writer, and sportsman. His economical and understated stylewhich he termed the iceberg theoryhad a strong influence on 20th-century fiction, while his adventurous lifestyle and his public image brought him admiration from later generations. Hemingway produced most of his work between the mid-1920s and the mid-1950s, and he won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1954. He published seven novels, six short-story collections, and two nonfiction works. Three of his novels, four short-story collections, and three nonfiction works were published posthumously. Many of his works are considered classics of American literature. Hemingway was raised in Oak Park, Illinois. After high school, he was a reporter for a few months for The Kansas City Star before leaving for the Italian Front to enlist as an ambulance driver in World War I. In 1918, he was seriously wounded and returned home. His wartime experiences formed the basis for his novel A Farewell to Arms (1929). In 1921, Hemingway married Hadley Richardson, the first of four wives. They moved to Paris where he worked as a foreign correspondent and fell under the influence of the modernist writers and artists of the 1920s' "Lost Generation" expatriate community. His de but novel The Sun Also Rises was published in 1926. He divorced Richardson in 1927 and married Pauline Pfeiffer; they divorced after he returned from the Spanish Civil War, where he had been a journalist. He based For Whom the Bell Tolls (1940) on his experience there. Martha Gellhorn became his third wife in 1940; they separated after he met Mary Welsh in London during World War II. He was present with the troops as a journalist at the Normandy landings and the liberation of Paris. Hemingway maintained permanent residences in Key West, Florida (in the 1930s) and Cuba (in the 1940s and 1950s). He almost died in 1954 after two plane crashes in as many days; these consecutive accidents left him in pain and ill health for much of the rest of his life. In 1959, he bought a house in Ketchum, Idaho, where, in mid-1961, he ended his own life.

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1:There is no friend as loyal as a book. ~ Ernest Hemingway,
2:Show the readers everything, tell them nothing. ~ Ernest Hemingway,
3:The world breaks every one and afterward many are strong at the broken places.
   ~ Ernest Hemingway,
4:Happiness in intelligent people is the rarest thing I know.
   ~ Ernest Hemingway, The Garden of Eden,
5:All you have to do is write one true sentence. Write the truest sentence that you know.
   ~ Ernest Hemingway,
6:There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow men. True nobility lies in being superior to your former self. ~ Ernest Hemingway,
7:When I am working on a book or a story I write every morning as soon after first light as possible. There is no one to disturb you and it is cool or cold and you come to your work and warm as you write. You read what you have written and, as you always stop when you know what is going to happen next, you go on from there. You write until you come to a place where you still have your juice and know what will happen next and you stop and try to live through until the next day when you hit it again. You have started at six in the morning, say, and may go on until noon or be through before that. When you stop you are as empty, and at the same time never empty but filling, as when you have made love to someone you love. Nothing can hurt you, nothing can happen, nothing means anything until the next day when you do it again. It is the wait until the next day that is hard to get through. ~ Ernest Hemingway,

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1:What the hell. ~ Ernest Hemingway
2:Look at things ~ Ernest Hemingway
3:Fuck literature. ~ Ernest Hemingway
4:He said nothing. ~ Ernest Hemingway
5:Never be daunted ~ Ernest Hemingway
6:Bed is my friend. ~ Ernest Hemingway
7:it in those days. ~ Ernest Hemingway
8:Memory is hunger. ~ Ernest Hemingway
9:There was a trout. ~ Ernest Hemingway
10:الرذيلة شيءٌ مذهِل ~ Ernest Hemingway
11:Get black on white. ~ Ernest Hemingway
12:You ought to dream. ~ Ernest Hemingway
13:Grief doesn't split. ~ Ernest Hemingway
14:I am always in love. ~ Ernest Hemingway
15:Show irony and pity. ~ Ernest Hemingway
16:The madness all over ~ Ernest Hemingway
17:You roll back to me. ~ Ernest Hemingway
18:A Farewell to Arms To ~ Ernest Hemingway
19:Grace under pressure. ~ Ernest Hemingway
20:I wish I had the boy. ~ Ernest Hemingway
21:Tengo miedo de morir. ~ Ernest Hemingway
22:The bill always comes ~ Ernest Hemingway
23:its pretty to think so ~ Ernest Hemingway
24:The men ate seriously. ~ Ernest Hemingway
25:You dear, brave sweet. ~ Ernest Hemingway
26:He used the word gamut. ~ Ernest Hemingway
27:It is silly not to hope, ~ Ernest Hemingway
28:Live life to the fullest ~ Ernest Hemingway
29:Write drunk; edit sober. ~ Ernest Hemingway
30:Gradually, then suddenly. ~ Ernest Hemingway
31:Gultā viss šķiet skaisti. ~ Ernest Hemingway
32:Most people never listen. ~ Ernest Hemingway
33:Not the why but the what. ~ Ernest Hemingway
34:One cat leads to another. ~ Ernest Hemingway
35:Hunger is good discipline. ~ Ernest Hemingway
36:I'll kick you in the face! ~ Ernest Hemingway
37:The world breaks everyone. ~ Ernest Hemingway
38:War is not won by victory. ~ Ernest Hemingway
39:Yes, they have more money. ~ Ernest Hemingway
40:A cat has absolute honesty. ~ Ernest Hemingway
41:But, then, nothing is easy. ~ Ernest Hemingway
42:Man is not made for defeat. ~ Ernest Hemingway
43:the clasp of the gold chain ~ Ernest Hemingway
44:There is milk? What luxury! ~ Ernest Hemingway
45:You are killing me, fish... ~ Ernest Hemingway
46:En haukar deila við aungvan. ~ Ernest Hemingway
47:He was mad and plenty brave. ~ Ernest Hemingway
48:Isn't it pretty to think so? ~ Ernest Hemingway
49:Isn't it pretty to think so. ~ Ernest Hemingway
50:Lie life through its fullest ~ Ernest Hemingway
51:To understand is to forgive. ~ Ernest Hemingway
52:Easy reading is hard writing, ~ Ernest Hemingway
53:Nobody likes to life anchors. ~ Ernest Hemingway
54:seems completely unwarranted. ~ Ernest Hemingway
55:The God takes care for drunks ~ Ernest Hemingway
56:ما أضيق العيش لولا فسحة الأمل ~ Ernest Hemingway
57:All thinking men are atheists. ~ Ernest Hemingway
58:My big fish must be somewhere. ~ Ernest Hemingway
59:One cat just leads to another. ~ Ernest Hemingway
60:Pain does not matter to a man. ~ Ernest Hemingway
61:Please understand and love me. ~ Ernest Hemingway
62:The cat is the best anarchist. ~ Ernest Hemingway
63:You are all a lost generation. ~ Ernest Hemingway
64:کفش بچه ، تقریبا نو، برای فروش ~ Ernest Hemingway
65:Don’t read too fast,” she said. ~ Ernest Hemingway
66:Every true story ends in death. ~ Ernest Hemingway
67:First you borrow, then you beg. ~ Ernest Hemingway
68:Rudeņos ar skumjām samierinies. ~ Ernest Hemingway
69:Strong in all the Broken Places ~ Ernest Hemingway
70:The first draft is always shit. ~ Ernest Hemingway
71:Woman are a nuisance on Safari. ~ Ernest Hemingway
72:Work could cure almost anything ~ Ernest Hemingway
73:You've got a lovely everything. ~ Ernest Hemingway
74:مرد نابود میشه ولی شکست نمیخوره ~ Ernest Hemingway
75:Ոչ մի վերջին բան լավ չի լինում: ~ Ernest Hemingway
76:...որովհետև դուք մտքի մարդ չեք: ~ Ernest Hemingway
77:Before you quit, you have to try ~ Ernest Hemingway
78:Courage is grace under pressure. ~ Ernest Hemingway
79:Easy writing makes hard reading. ~ Ernest Hemingway
80:Everyone has his own conscience, ~ Ernest Hemingway
81:Heresy is the foe of countenance ~ Ernest Hemingway
82:Never mistake motion for action. ~ Ernest Hemingway
83:Never mistake motive for action. ~ Ernest Hemingway
84:That was where our fishing began ~ Ernest Hemingway
85:Time is the least thing we have. ~ Ernest Hemingway
86:خوبتر از اون بود که موندنی باشه. ~ Ernest Hemingway
87:Anyone can be a fisherman in May. ~ Ernest Hemingway
88:But did thee feel the earth move? ~ Ernest Hemingway
89:Fascism is a lie told by bullies. ~ Ernest Hemingway
90:For sale: baby shoes, never used. ~ Ernest Hemingway
91:For sale. Baby shoes. Never worn. ~ Ernest Hemingway
92:For sale: baby shoes, never worn. ~ Ernest Hemingway
93:Never mistake movement for action ~ Ernest Hemingway
94:Religion is the opium of the poor ~ Ernest Hemingway
95:There is no rule on how to write. ~ Ernest Hemingway
96:They arrested us after breakfast. ~ Ernest Hemingway
97:we are all bitched from the start ~ Ernest Hemingway
98:You're beautiful, like a May fly. ~ Ernest Hemingway
99:You've such a lovely temperature. ~ Ernest Hemingway
100:A bottle of wine was good company. ~ Ernest Hemingway
101:And pain does not matter to a man. ~ Ernest Hemingway
102:É uma estupidez não ter esperança. ~ Ernest Hemingway
103:He must find things he cannot lose ~ Ernest Hemingway
104:I am like a blind pig when I work. ~ Ernest Hemingway
105:Never confuse motions with action. ~ Ernest Hemingway
106:Religion is the opium of the poor. ~ Ernest Hemingway
107:Your blood coagulates beautifully. ~ Ernest Hemingway
108:Never confuse movement with action. ~ Ernest Hemingway
109:No one you love is ever truly lost. ~ Ernest Hemingway
110:Write the truest sentence you know. ~ Ernest Hemingway
111:Agua mala', the man said, 'you whore ~ Ernest Hemingway
112:But I fear the Indians of Cleveland. ~ Ernest Hemingway
113:Drinking is a way of ending the day. ~ Ernest Hemingway
114:Every day above earth is a good day. ~ Ernest Hemingway
115:He killed more men than the cholera. ~ Ernest Hemingway
116:I obscenity in the milk of my shame. ~ Ernest Hemingway
117:It is silly not to hope, he thought. ~ Ernest Hemingway
118:Live it up so you can write it down. ~ Ernest Hemingway
119:Oh, darling, I've been so miserable. ~ Ernest Hemingway
120:Os nomes penetram-nos até aos ossos. ~ Ernest Hemingway
121:The first draft of anything is shit. ~ Ernest Hemingway
122:The first draft of anything is sh*t. ~ Ernest Hemingway
123:Worry destroys the ability to write. ~ Ernest Hemingway
124:You learn in this war if you listen. ~ Ernest Hemingway
125:You'll lose it if you talk about it. ~ Ernest Hemingway
126:You'll lose it, if you talk about it ~ Ernest Hemingway
127:Пътувай само с човек, когото обичаш. ~ Ernest Hemingway
128:Agua mala', the man said, 'you whore. ~ Ernest Hemingway
129:Develop a built-in bullshit detector. ~ Ernest Hemingway
130:Love is the wanting to do things for. ~ Ernest Hemingway
131:Wars are caused by undefended wealth. ~ Ernest Hemingway
132:We are stronger in our broken places. ~ Ernest Hemingway
133:Write hard and clear about what hurts ~ Ernest Hemingway
134:You don't have to destroy me. Do you? ~ Ernest Hemingway
135:Amíg egyikünk él, mind a ketten élünk. ~ Ernest Hemingway
136:Any man's life, told truly, is a novel ~ Ernest Hemingway
137:By "guts" I mean, grace under pressure ~ Ernest Hemingway
138:In war, one cannot say what one feels. ~ Ernest Hemingway
139:No horse named Morbid ever won a race. ~ Ernest Hemingway
140:The heart of another is a dark forest, ~ Ernest Hemingway
141:The only kind of writing is rewriting. ~ Ernest Hemingway
142:There is no friend as loyal as a book. ~ Ernest Hemingway
143:The smallest coffins are the heaviest. ~ Ernest Hemingway
144:The writer's job is to tell the truth. ~ Ernest Hemingway
145:Todo en él era viejo excepto sus ojos. ~ Ernest Hemingway
146:Write hard and clear about what hurts. ~ Ernest Hemingway
147:A big lie is more plausible than truth. ~ Ernest Hemingway
148:A man can be destroyed but not defeated ~ Ernest Hemingway
149:A man does not exist until he is drunk. ~ Ernest Hemingway
150:Any man's life, told truly, is a novel. ~ Ernest Hemingway
151:There is no friend as loyal as a book. ~ Ernest Hemingway,
152:The shortest answer is doing the thing. ~ Ernest Hemingway
153:To win a war, we must kill our enemies. ~ Ernest Hemingway
154:Writing, at its best, is a lonely life. ~ Ernest Hemingway
155:You know. Don't pretend you don't know. ~ Ernest Hemingway
156:You know. Don’t pretend you don’t know. ~ Ernest Hemingway
157:You're my religion, you're all I've got ~ Ernest Hemingway
158:A man can be destroyed but not defeated. ~ Ernest Hemingway
159:Care well for thy unprintable explosive. ~ Ernest Hemingway
160:Everybody has something wrong with them. ~ Ernest Hemingway
161:Here's the beautiful lady with the beer. ~ Ernest Hemingway
162:it is always a mistake to know an author ~ Ernest Hemingway
163:I want you so much I want to be you too. ~ Ernest Hemingway
164:The earth gets tired of being exploited. ~ Ernest Hemingway
165:You're my religion. You're all I've got. ~ Ernest Hemingway
166:You’re my religion. You’re all I’ve got. ~ Ernest Hemingway
167:Any man's life, told truly, is a novel... ~ Ernest Hemingway
168:Being against evil doesn't make you good. ~ Ernest Hemingway
169:Everyone behaves badly--given the chance. ~ Ernest Hemingway
170:He felt as though he were hailing a ship. ~ Ernest Hemingway
171:Īstais ļaunums sākas ar pašu nevainīgāko. ~ Ernest Hemingway
172:It is in defeat that we become Christian. ~ Ernest Hemingway
173:It's a town you come to for a short time. ~ Ernest Hemingway
174:I was the Ernest Hemingway of 140 characters. ~ Bob Woodward
175:You don't have to destroy me. Do you? ... ~ Ernest Hemingway
176:You're with a lucky boat. Stay with them. ~ Ernest Hemingway
177:All bad writers are in love with the epic. ~ Ernest Hemingway
178:All remembrance of things past is fiction. ~ Ernest Hemingway
179:A man can be destroyed but not
defeated ~ Ernest Hemingway
180:And feel now. Thou hast no heart but mine. ~ Ernest Hemingway
181:How are you? You old love-house of always. ~ Ernest Hemingway
182:I belong to this notebook and this pencil. ~ Ernest Hemingway
183:I'd be glad to kiss you if you don't mind. ~ Ernest Hemingway
184:I'm tired of everybody. Please forgive me. ~ Ernest Hemingway
185:Kiss me just once more before we get there ~ Ernest Hemingway
186:Life is pain, so live it up while you can. ~ Ernest Hemingway
187:She smiled and her face was heartbreaking. ~ Ernest Hemingway
188:The only decent bone in her body was mine. ~ Ernest Hemingway
189:Viva my husband who was Mayor of this town ~ Ernest Hemingway
190:What is moral is what you feel good after. ~ Ernest Hemingway
191:You oughtn’t to ever do anything too long. ~ Ernest Hemingway
192:Een ijsje is niet een ijsje zonder discodip ~ Ernest Hemingway
193:Fall for them, but don't let them ruin you. ~ Ernest Hemingway
194:He had destroyed his talent by not using it ~ Ernest Hemingway
195:I'd like to destroy you a few times in bed. ~ Ernest Hemingway
196:I’d like to destroy you a few times in bed, ~ Ernest Hemingway
197:I’d like to destroy you a few times in bed. ~ Ernest Hemingway
198:I was blown up while we were eating cheese. ~ Ernest Hemingway
199:Non c'è nessun amico più leale di un libro. ~ Ernest Hemingway
200:No one ever stopped when they were winning. ~ Ernest Hemingway
201:People fall in love, but have to climb out. ~ Ernest Hemingway
202:Que cosan las rajas, yo entro por los ojos. ~ Ernest Hemingway
203:Some websites accepted each quote we create ~ Ernest Hemingway
204:Yes," I said. "Isn't it pretty to think so? ~ Ernest Hemingway
205:You will die like a dog for no good reason. ~ Ernest Hemingway
206:All you get in this life is a point of view. ~ Ernest Hemingway
207:El vino es la cosa más civilizada del mundo. ~ Ernest Hemingway
208:How little we know of what there is to know. ~ Ernest Hemingway
209:I always shot scorpions with the .22 pistol. ~ Ernest Hemingway
210:If a writer stops observing, he is finished. ~ Ernest Hemingway
211:I felt very lonely when they were all there. ~ Ernest Hemingway
212:I wish I could see the glow from the lights. ~ Ernest Hemingway
213:Love is infinitely more endurable than hate. ~ Ernest Hemingway
214:You have that pleasant air of a dog in heat. ~ Ernest Hemingway
215:You never understand anybody that loves you. ~ Ernest Hemingway
216:You should not judge; you should understand. ~ Ernest Hemingway
217:All things truly wicked start from innocence. ~ Ernest Hemingway
218:And that was the end of the beginning of that ~ Ernest Hemingway
219:But they went through this fiction every day. ~ Ernest Hemingway
220:Dentuso, he thought. Bad luck to your mother. ~ Ernest Hemingway
221:Don't forget to tell Pedrico the head is his. ~ Ernest Hemingway
222:Everything kills everything else in some way. ~ Ernest Hemingway
223:It is only in defeat that we become Christian ~ Ernest Hemingway
224:Start by writing the truest sentence you know ~ Ernest Hemingway
225:Throw some punches for what you believe in" - ~ Ernest Hemingway
226:We are all broken thats how the light gets in ~ Ernest Hemingway
227:When she cried her whole face went to pieces. ~ Ernest Hemingway
228:Ահա, թե խիչնպե՛ս են մեռնում՝ անլսելի շշուկով։ ~ Ernest Hemingway
229:Amit az ember leírt, az többé nem sanyargatja. ~ Ernest Hemingway
230:Hay que tomar la muerte como si fuera aspirina ~ Ernest Hemingway
231:Hombre, there are bodegas open all night long. ~ Ernest Hemingway
232:I drink to make other people more interesting. ~ Ernest Hemingway
233:Il faut d'abord durer (First One Must Endure). ~ Ernest Hemingway
234:It's silly not to hope. It's a sin he thought. ~ Ernest Hemingway
235:It was an hour before the first shark hit him. ~ Ernest Hemingway
236:Never go on trips with anyone you do not love. ~ Ernest Hemingway
237:No tears in the writer, no tears in the reader ~ Ernest Hemingway
238:There are worse places to be than on your own. ~ Ernest Hemingway
239:Try to be alive. You will be dead soon enough. ~ Ernest Hemingway
240:Wine is the most civilized thing in the world. ~ Ernest Hemingway
241:A töprengés éppoly veszedelmes, mint a félelem. ~ Ernest Hemingway
242:Be patient, hand," he said. "I do this for you. ~ Ernest Hemingway
243:For what are we born if not to aid one another? ~ Ernest Hemingway
244:If he lived by a lie he should try to die by it ~ Ernest Hemingway
245:In those days, there was no money to buy books. ~ Ernest Hemingway
246:My writing is nothing, my boxing is everything. ~ Ernest Hemingway
247:No tears in the writer, no tears in the reader. ~ Ernest Hemingway
248:Only the impossible is ever worth doing at all. ~ Ernest Hemingway
249:Prose is architecture, not interior decoration. ~ Ernest Hemingway
250:Retirement is the ugliest word in the language. ~ Ernest Hemingway
251:Show the readers everything, tell them nothing. ~ Ernest Hemingway
252:To hell with luck. I'll bring the luck with me. ~ Ernest Hemingway
253:We are all broken, that's how the light gets in ~ Ernest Hemingway
254:We are all broken,that's how the light gets in. ~ Ernest Hemingway
255:We are all broken—that’s how the light gets in. ~ Ernest Hemingway
256:When you have a child, the world has a hostage. ~ Ernest Hemingway
257:Счастье — это крепкое здоровье и слабая память. ~ Ernest Hemingway
258:Allir eru jafnstórir þegar þeir eru komnir uppí. ~ Ernest Hemingway
259:All things truly wicked start from an innocence. ~ Ernest Hemingway
260:and he knew no man was ever alone on the sea. He ~ Ernest Hemingway
261:And we'll never love anyone else but each other. ~ Ernest Hemingway
262:Any man who eats dessert is not drinking enough. ~ Ernest Hemingway
263:Everybody is friends when things are bad enough. ~ Ernest Hemingway
264:For a poet he threw a very accurate milk bottle. ~ Ernest Hemingway
265:God knows I didn't mean to fall in love with her ~ Ernest Hemingway
266:Good writing is good conversation, only more so. ~ Ernest Hemingway
267:I'm not going to get into the ring with Tolstoy. ~ Ernest Hemingway
268:Never sit a table when you can stand at the bar. ~ Ernest Hemingway
269:Optimism can keep a fool from accepting failure. ~ Ernest Hemingway
270:Show the readers everything, tell them nothing. ~ Ernest Hemingway,
271:The ocean is worth writing about just as man is. ~ Ernest Hemingway
272:There isnt always an explanation for everything. ~ Ernest Hemingway
273:There's no one thing that's true. It's all true. ~ Ernest Hemingway
274:We are all broken, that's how the light gets in. ~ Ernest Hemingway
275:We wait always for something that does not come. ~ Ernest Hemingway
276:استطاع أن يسترجع الشعور بالحياة عندما شعر بالألم ~ Ernest Hemingway
277:A good life is not measured by any biblical span. ~ Ernest Hemingway
278:Don’t ever kid yourself with too much dialectics. ~ Ernest Hemingway
279:Everything is your fault if you're any damn good. ~ Ernest Hemingway
280:for all the poor in the world against all tyranny ~ Ernest Hemingway
281:It was always pleasant crossing bridges in Paris. ~ Ernest Hemingway
282:Never to go on trips with anyone you do not love. ~ Ernest Hemingway
283:Now fix the drink and then tell me what happened. ~ Ernest Hemingway
284:the world is a fine place, and worth fighting for ~ Ernest Hemingway
285:They are not sorrows, so much as terrible things. ~ Ernest Hemingway
286:To be successful in writing, use short sentences. ~ Ernest Hemingway
287:What did I know best that I had not written about ~ Ernest Hemingway
288:Ես չեմ կարող, որովհետև, եթե հասկանամ, պիտի ներեմ: ~ Ernest Hemingway
289:All I know is that young boys sleep late and hard. ~ Ernest Hemingway
290:Everything that's innocent to us is crazy to them. ~ Ernest Hemingway
291:For one who had afición he could forgive anything. ~ Ernest Hemingway
292:He'll never be frightened. He knows too damn much. ~ Ernest Hemingway
293:He was nervous, and I did not try to help him any. ~ Ernest Hemingway
294:I am glad we do not have to try to kill the stars. ~ Ernest Hemingway
295:If you're looking for messages, try Western Union. ~ Ernest Hemingway
296:I wished I had died before I loved anyone but her. ~ Ernest Hemingway
297:Man is not much beside the great birds and beasts. ~ Ernest Hemingway
298:Nunca salgas de viaje con una persona que no amas. ~ Ernest Hemingway
299:Prose is architecture and the Baroque age is over. ~ Ernest Hemingway
300:Religion is like an ice cold whiskey on a hot day. ~ Ernest Hemingway
301:Scott Fitzgerald was mortally afraid of lightning. ~ Ernest Hemingway
302:The best writing is certainly when you are in love ~ Ernest Hemingway
303:The only thing that can ruin a good day is people. ~ Ernest Hemingway
304:The world is a fine place, and worth fighting for. ~ Ernest Hemingway
305:You are going to die like a dog for no good reason ~ Ernest Hemingway
306:You cannot imagine how one can tire of pine trees. ~ Ernest Hemingway
307:Человека можно уничтожить, но его нельзя победить. ~ Ernest Hemingway
308:All stories, if continued far enough, end in death. ~ Ernest Hemingway
309:America is the land of wide lawns and narrow minds. ~ Ernest Hemingway
310:Fight them,” he said. “I’ll fight them until I die. ~ Ernest Hemingway
311:Got tight on absinthe last night. Did knife tricks. ~ Ernest Hemingway
312:Hail nothing full of nothing, nothing is with thee. ~ Ernest Hemingway
313:I try not to borrow, first you borrow then you beg. ~ Ernest Hemingway
314:It was strange how easy being tired enough made it. ~ Ernest Hemingway
315:Please come to bed and let me see you and feel you. ~ Ernest Hemingway
316:The telephone and visitors are the work destroyers. ~ Ernest Hemingway
317:With her mouth closed she was a rather pretty girl. ~ Ernest Hemingway
318:Write as well as you can and finish what you start. ~ Ernest Hemingway
319:Agrada-me pensar que não temos de matar as estrelas. ~ Ernest Hemingway
320:All our words from loose using have lost their edge. ~ Ernest Hemingway
321:And this,' he was saying aloud. 'And this. And this. ~ Ernest Hemingway
322:Drink it down, baby, and look forward to being sick. ~ Ernest Hemingway
323:In order to write about life first you must live it. ~ Ernest Hemingway
324:I wish I did not think about it so much, he thought. ~ Ernest Hemingway'll fall in love with me all over again." ~ Ernest Hemingway
326:No one should be alone in their old age, he thought. ~ Ernest Hemingway
327:No pleasure in anything if you mouth it up too much. ~ Ernest Hemingway
328:Stop chasing the wrong one. The right one won't run. ~ Ernest Hemingway
329:The hard part about writing a novel is finishing it. ~ Ernest Hemingway
330:The most beautiful fighting machine I have ever seen ~ Ernest Hemingway
331:We're stronger in the places that we've been broken. ~ Ernest Hemingway
332:We’re stronger in the places that we’ve been broken. ~ Ernest Hemingway
333:Hún hafði þessi indælu háu kinnbein sem merkja hroka. ~ Ernest Hemingway
334:I like to see you in the morning all new and strange. ~ Ernest Hemingway
335:In order to write about life, first you must live it! ~ Ernest Hemingway
336:I wish I had died before I ever loved anyone but her. ~ Ernest Hemingway
337:The coward dies a thousand deaths, the brave but one? ~ Ernest Hemingway
338:The further you go in writing the more alone you are. ~ Ernest Hemingway
339:The road to Hell is paved with unbought stuffed dogs. ~ Ernest Hemingway
340:To hell with them. Nothing hurts if you don't let it. ~ Ernest Hemingway
341:To hell with them. Nothing hurts if you don’t let it. ~ Ernest Hemingway
342:We are very serious so we can make very strong jokes. ~ Ernest Hemingway
343:What is the definition of guts? Grace under pressure. ~ Ernest Hemingway
344:You must be prepared to work always without applause. ~ Ernest Hemingway
345:Ճիշտ չէ, որ ճշմարիտը միայն մեկն է: Ճշմարիտ են բոլորը: ~ Ernest Hemingway
346:And the ones who would not make war? Can they stop it? ~ Ernest Hemingway
347:And this was the price you paid for sleeping together. ~ Ernest Hemingway
348:Ernest Hemingway was the author I drew inspiration from. ~ Nelson DeMille
349:feeling.” “No,” she said. “I think it’s hell on earth. ~ Ernest Hemingway
350:Having books published is very destructive to writing. ~ Ernest Hemingway
351:However you make your living is where your talent lies ~ Ernest Hemingway
352:I am thee and thou art me and all of one is the other. ~ Ernest Hemingway
353:I'm full of poetry now. Rot and poetry. Rotten poetry. ~ Ernest Hemingway
354:Isn't love any fun? Marjorie said.
"No," Nick said. ~ Ernest Hemingway
355:I was always a lonely person when I was with everyone. ~ Ernest Hemingway
356:Nimeni n-ar trebui să rămână singur când îmbătrânește. ~ Ernest Hemingway
357:pray for us sinners, now, and at the hour of our death ~ Ernest Hemingway
358:The whole thing seemed to run better while I was away. ~ Ernest Hemingway
359:You are so brave and quiet I forget you are suffering. ~ Ernest Hemingway
360:You did not have to like it because you understood it. ~ Ernest Hemingway
361:Нужно находить главное в себе самом, где бы ты ни был. ~ Ernest Hemingway
362:A man is never lost at sea and it is a long island.” It ~ Ernest Hemingway
363:Es nebiju radīts, lai domātu. Es biju radīts, lai ēstu. ~ Ernest Hemingway
364:Everyone given the right opportunity will behave badly. ~ Ernest Hemingway
365:However you make your living is where your talent lies. ~ Ernest Hemingway
366:I don't want to be your friend, baby. I am your friend. ~ Ernest Hemingway
367:It is a hell of a thing to be hungry in your own house. ~ Ernest Hemingway
368:...never asks for whom the bell tolls;it tolls for you. ~ Ernest Hemingway
369:No. Rien à faire. Rien. Faut pas penser. Faut accepter. ~ Ernest Hemingway
370:Qué va,” the boy said. “It is what a man must do.” They ~ Ernest Hemingway
371:Several people asked questions to hear themselves talk. ~ Ernest Hemingway
372:The author must write what he has to say, not speak it. ~ Ernest Hemingway
373:The best way to become a writer is to go off and write. ~ Ernest Hemingway
374:There is a time to break all your rules. Maybe not all. ~ Ernest Hemingway
375:There is no friend as loyal as a book. —ERNEST HEMINGWAY ~ Anthony Robbins
376:The road to hell is paved with unbought stuffed animals ~ Ernest Hemingway
377:The writer must write what he has to say, not speak it. ~ Ernest Hemingway
378:تبدو صغيرة جداً تلكَ العقبات التي بدت يوماً كبيرةٌ جداً ~ Ernest Hemingway
379:And you treat me wonderfully and keep all your promises. ~ Ernest Hemingway
380:But I try not to borrow. First you borrow. Then you beg. ~ Ernest Hemingway
381:Damn my fish,' the boy said and he started to cry again. ~ Ernest Hemingway
382:Every damn thing is your own fault, if you are any good. ~ Ernest Hemingway
383:Fight them,” he said. “I’ll fight them until I die.” But ~ Ernest Hemingway
384:I am so in love with you that there isn’t anything else. ~ Ernest Hemingway
385:I am the master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul. ~ Ernest Hemingway
386:Keep right on lying to me. That's what I want you to do. ~ Ernest Hemingway
387:She was a Canadian and had all their easy social graces. ~ Ernest Hemingway
388:The setting of the sun is a difficult time for all fish. ~ Ernest Hemingway
389:Today is only one day in all the days that will ever be. ~ Ernest Hemingway
390:Why, darling, I don't live at all when I'm not with you. ~ Ernest Hemingway
391:You are not supposed to like things. Only to understand, ~ Ernest Hemingway
392:You are not supposed to like things. Only to understand. ~ Ernest Hemingway
393:you are so brave & quiet i forget you are suffering. ~ Ernest Hemingway
394:You have to make it inside of yourself wherever you are. ~ Ernest Hemingway
395:You must be prepared to work always without an appaulse. ~ Ernest Hemingway
396:Но знаешь, милый, я не выношу, когда так много знакомых. ~ Ernest Hemingway
397:Тот, кто выигрывает войну, никогда не перестает воевать. ~ Ernest Hemingway
398:A coward dies a thousand times, but a brave man only once ~ Ernest Hemingway
399:As a writer, you should not judge, you should understand. ~ Ernest Hemingway
400:I am an old man who will live until I die," Anselmo said. ~ Ernest Hemingway
401:My only regret in life is that I did not drink more wine. ~ Ernest Hemingway
402:Nobody knows what's in him until he tries to pull it out. ~ Ernest Hemingway
403:There isn't any me. I'm you. Don't make up a separate me. ~ Ernest Hemingway
404:There isn't any me. I’m you. Don’t make up a separate me. ~ Ernest Hemingway
405:You wouldn't believe it. It's like a wonderful nightmare. ~ Ernest Hemingway
406:Շատ հեշտ է անզգա լինել ցերեկը, իսկ գիշերը դա հնարավոր չէ: ~ Ernest Hemingway
407:A writer should write what he has to say and not speak it. ~ Ernest Hemingway
408:But I think the Great DiMaggio would be proud of me today. ~ Ernest Hemingway
409:But life isn't hard to manage when you've nothing to lose. ~ Ernest Hemingway
410:Don’t be snotty too soon. And then don’t be snotty at all. ~ Ernest Hemingway
411:I don't feel any way,' the girl said. 'I just know things. ~ Ernest Hemingway
412:It was easier to live under a regime than to fight it. But ~ Ernest Hemingway
413:I wanted it so much. I don’t know why I wanted it so much. ~ Ernest Hemingway
414:Le pis c'est quand vous êtes séparé d'un ami par l'esprit. ~ Ernest Hemingway
415:Let him think is I am more man than I am and I will be so. ~ Ernest Hemingway
416:Men cannot act before the camera in the presence of death. ~ Ernest Hemingway
417:No matter how vulgar the hotel is, the bar is always nice. ~ Ernest Hemingway
418:Only that which makes you feel bad after doing is immoral. ~ Ernest Hemingway
419:Road to hell paved in unbought stuffed dogs. Not my fault. ~ Ernest Hemingway
420:What are you made of?"
"What you love. And steel added. ~ Ernest Hemingway
421:You may talk. And I may listen. And miracles might happen. ~ Ernest Hemingway
422:الانسان لم يُخلق للهزيمة .. قد يُدمر الانسان لكنه لا يُهزم ~ Ernest Hemingway
423:Слънцето сушеше мокрите лица на къщите срещу прозореца ми. ~ Ernest Hemingway
424:Cowards die a thousand deaths, but the brave only die once. ~ Ernest Hemingway
425:Happiness in intelligent people is the rarest thing I know. ~ Ernest Hemingway
426:How can there be solidarity of workers with fools like you? ~ Ernest Hemingway
427:I drink to make people more interesting," Ernest Hemingway. ~ Ernest Hemingway
428:I would write one true sentence, and then go on from there. ~ Ernest Hemingway
429:Mansfield was like near-beer. It was better to drink water. ~ Ernest Hemingway
430:Start over again. Concentrate." [to a young Ernest Hemingway] ~ Gertrude Stein
431:To show his nervousness was not shameful; only to admit it. ~ Ernest Hemingway
432:Wearing down seven number two pencils is a good day's work. ~ Ernest Hemingway
433:Wearing down seven number-two pencils is a good day’s work. ~ Ernest Hemingway
434:Why do old men wake so early? Is it to have one longer day? ~ Ernest Hemingway
435:հասկացավ, որ մի այլ անձի հետ, ինքը կարող է դառնալ ամեն ինչ: ~ Ernest Hemingway
436:Քանի մեզանից մեկնումեկը կա, երկուսս էլ կանք, հասկանու՞մ ես: ~ Ernest Hemingway
437:Anglers have a way of romanticizing their battles with fish. ~ Ernest Hemingway
438:But I will show him what a man can do and what a man endures ~ Ernest Hemingway
439:El vino me hace hablar de una manera diferente a la absentha ~ Ernest Hemingway
440:He was beautiful, the old man remembered, and he had stayed. ~ Ernest Hemingway
441:In modern war... you will die like a dog for no good reason. ~ Ernest Hemingway
442:It is not bad,” he said. “And pain does not matter to a man. ~ Ernest Hemingway
443:It was considered a virtue not to talk unnecessarily at sea. ~ Ernest Hemingway
444:I want nothing. I just want the emptiness to mean something. ~ Ernest Hemingway
445:Let him think that I am more man than I am and I will be so. ~ Ernest Hemingway
446:Red swine. Mother rapers. Eaters of the milk of thy fathers. ~ Ernest Hemingway
447:So this was how you died, in whispers that you did not hear. ~ Ernest Hemingway
448:The circus is the only fun you can buy that is good for you. ~ Ernest Hemingway
449:The writer's job is not to judge, but to seek to understand. ~ Ernest Hemingway
450:The writer’s job is not to judge, but to seek to understand. ~ Ernest Hemingway
451:When we came back to Paris it was clear and cold and lovely. ~ Ernest Hemingway
452:When you start to live outside yourself, it's all dangerous. ~ Ernest Hemingway
453:ինքն էլ մի մասն էր արևածագին նախորդող այդ դանդաղ լուսացումի: ~ Ernest Hemingway
454:Anger was washed away in the river along with any obligation. ~ Ernest Hemingway
455:Anything was better than Ezra learning to play the bassoon... ~ Ernest Hemingway
456:don't ask me a lot of questions if you don't like the answers ~ Ernest Hemingway
457:He's so damned nice and he's so awful. He's my sort of thing. ~ Ernest Hemingway
458:He thought of all the time in his life he had spent gambling. ~ Ernest Hemingway
459:How did you go bankrupt?" Two ways. Gradually, then suddenly. ~ Ernest Hemingway
460:If you brought up Joyce twice, you would not be invited back. ~ Ernest Hemingway
461:I had never known any man to die while speaking in terza-rima ~ Ernest Hemingway
462:I hate him, too,” she shivered. “I hate his damned suffering. ~ Ernest Hemingway
463:I know now that there is no one thing is true–it is all true. ~ Ernest Hemingway
464:I'm afraid of the rain because sometimes I see me dead in it. ~ Ernest Hemingway
465:I’m afraid of the rain because sometimes I see me dead in it. ~ Ernest Hemingway
466:I never had to choose a subject - my subject rather chose me. ~ Ernest Hemingway
467:I never had to choose my subject- my subject rather chose me. ~ Ernest Hemingway
468:Love is a dunghill, and I'm the cock that gets on it to crow. ~ Ernest Hemingway
469:Que cosa mas mala es la guerra - What a horrible thing war is ~ Ernest Hemingway
470:That’s all we do, isn’t it—look at things and try new drinks? ~ Ernest Hemingway
471:There are the two curses of Spain, the bulls and the priests. ~ Ernest Hemingway
472:They were as old as erosions in a fishless desert. Everything ~ Ernest Hemingway
473:What you don't write is often more important than what you do ~ Ernest Hemingway
474:When you stop doing things for fun you might as well be dead. ~ Ernest Hemingway
475:Writing is a hard business, but nothing makes you feel better ~ Ernest Hemingway
476:— Շատ բան, որ ինձ համար միեւնույն է, քեզ համար միեւնույնը չէ։ ~ Ernest Hemingway
477:Down the river was Notre Dame squatting against the night sky. ~ Ernest Hemingway
478:Even if he was ever afraid he knew that he could do it anyway. ~ Ernest Hemingway
479:Have faith in the Yankees my son. Think of the great DiMaggio. ~ Ernest Hemingway
480:He went out and I heard him laughing in the hall. I heard some ~ Ernest Hemingway
481:If two people love each other there can be no happy end to it. ~ Ernest Hemingway
482:It was considered a virtue not to talk unnecessarily at sea... ~ Ernest Hemingway
483:Maybe I'll be able to later. I can do nearly everything later. ~ Ernest Hemingway
484:Please tell me what can I do. There must be something I can do ~ Ernest Hemingway
485:There never was another part of Paris that he loved like that, ~ Ernest Hemingway
486:We all take a beating every day, you know, one way or another. ~ Ernest Hemingway
487:When people talk, listen completely. Most people never listen. ~ Ernest Hemingway
488:You are all a lost generation. [with credit to Gertrude Stein] ~ Ernest Hemingway
489:Always quit for the day when you know what you want to do next. ~ Ernest Hemingway
490:he who ruleth his spirit is greater than he that taketh a city, ~ Ernest Hemingway
491:How every one he had slept with had only made him miss her more ~ Ernest Hemingway
492:Humility is not disgraceful, and carries no loss of true pride. ~ Ernest Hemingway
493:I always like the bad ones. I know he's a bad one of some sort. ~ Ernest Hemingway
494:I don’t know. There isn’t always an explanation for everything. ~ Ernest Hemingway
495:In a modern warfare, you will die like a dog for no good reason ~ Ernest Hemingway
496:it wasn't by accident that the Gettysburg address was so short. ~ Ernest Hemingway
497:None of it was important now. The wind blew it out of his head. ~ Ernest Hemingway
498:This is a hell of dull talk...How about some of that champagne? ~ Ernest Hemingway
499:Writing is a hard business...but nothing makes you feel better. ~ Ernest Hemingway
500:Writing is the clumsy attempt to find symbols for wordlessness. ~ Ernest Hemingway



--- Overview of noun ernest_hemingway

The noun ernest hemingway has 1 sense (no senses from tagged texts)
1. Hemingway, Ernest Hemingway ::: (an American writer of fiction who won the Nobel prize for literature in 1954 (1899-1961))

--- Synonyms/Hypernyms (Ordered by Estimated Frequency) of noun ernest_hemingway

1 sense of ernest hemingway                      

Sense 1
Hemingway, Ernest Hemingway
   INSTANCE OF=> writer, author
     => communicator
       => person, individual, someone, somebody, mortal, soul
         => organism, being
           => living thing, animate thing
             => whole, unit
               => object, physical object
                 => physical entity
                   => entity
         => causal agent, cause, causal agency
           => physical entity
             => entity

--- Hyponyms of noun ernest_hemingway

--- Synonyms/Hypernyms (Ordered by Estimated Frequency) of noun ernest_hemingway

1 sense of ernest hemingway                      

Sense 1
Hemingway, Ernest Hemingway
   INSTANCE OF=> writer, author

--- Coordinate Terms (sisters) of noun ernest_hemingway

1 sense of ernest hemingway                      

Sense 1
Hemingway, Ernest Hemingway
  -> writer, author
   => abstractor, abstracter
   => alliterator
   => authoress
   => biographer
   => coauthor, joint author
   => commentator, reviewer
   => compiler
   => contributor
   => cyberpunk
   => drafter
   => dramatist, playwright
   => essayist, litterateur
   => folk writer
   => framer
   => gagman, gagster, gagwriter
   => ghostwriter, ghost
   => Gothic romancer
   => hack, hack writer, literary hack
   => journalist
   => librettist
   => lyricist, lyrist
   => novelist
   => pamphleteer
   => paragrapher
   => poet
   => polemicist, polemist, polemic
   => rhymer, rhymester, versifier, poetizer, poetiser
   => scenarist
   => scriptwriter
   => space writer
   => speechwriter
   => tragedian
   => wordmonger
   => word-painter
   => wordsmith
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