Hemingway Didn T Say That

Author: Garson O'Toole
Publisher: Little a
ISBN: 9781503933408
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Garson O'Toole--the Internet's foremost investigator into the dubious origins of our most repeated quotations, aphorisms, and everyday sayings--collects his efforts into a first-ever encyclopedia of corrective popular history.

Fitzgerald And Hemingway

Author: Scott Donaldson
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231519788
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“I'm sorry, Dos, but you didn't meet any Russian generals,” Hemingway told him. (
What Hemingway didn't say was that Walter, like most of the other European
commanders of the International Brigades, had received extensive training and
indoctrination in Soviet Russia). Hemingway's letter went on to insult Dos Passos
in a number of ways. Dos was guilty of pretending to knowledge he didn't have
about what was going on in Spain. He had only been there for a short time during
the ...

Hemingway S Girl

Author: Erika Robuck
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101599367
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After a few minutes, a tall, thin man with thick glasses stopped on the street in
front of their table. “Hemingway? Ernest Hemingway?" The lion looked up without
a hint of friendliness or welcome. “Jesus H. Christ, it is you?" asked the man. “
How the hell are ya?” Hemingway didn't say anything. Mariella watched. “Mike—
Mike Johansen, from Josie's bar. We shot pool one night with Larry and his girl,
and saw a big bar brawl with some soldiers. Holy shit, that was something else,
wasn't it?

Hemingway Cutthroat

Author: Michael Atkinson
Publisher: Minotaur Books
ISBN: 9781429907149
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But for unfathomable reasons he couldn't find it anywhere. He'd run to Spain
hoping to find it here, whatever it was, fulfillment maybe, but instead he found
drinks to buy, favors to grant, dispatches to knock off. Political manure to sink his
foot into and then try to extract it from. “Ernest, you could try to do the right thing.”
Dos Passos said it slowly, deliberately without righteousness or bile, so his old
friend, of whom he was frankly a little tired, would not get defensive. Hemingway
didn't.

A Brooklyn Dodgers Reader

Author: Andrew Paul Mele
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 9780786419135
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It was getting pretty late now, and Mrs. Hemingway excused herself and went to
bed. Hemingway was good and ... I'd say that of everybody in the room, Hugh
and Hemingway were feeling the best. But everything was still ... You go back to
bed." She looked at him, looked at Casey, looked at the mess on the floor, and
then went back to bed. Casey didn't say anything about the sneak punch. He just
got up and finished putting the gloves on. Then they started sparring. Hemingway
didn't ...

The Adding Machine

Author: William S. Burroughs
Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
ISBN: 0802192971
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Hemingway talks about looking at what is in front of you. Well, a young man who
wanted to learn how to write went fishing with Papa Hemingway and asked him
about writing. ... someone say, then let him say that and look at him; pretty soon
he'll say some more in the same lines. I remember this amazing used car
salesman, from Houston. He was the one who told me “You know all a Jew wants
to do is doodle a Christian girl, you know that yourself.” Well, I didn't say anything,
but ...

Baseball When The Grass Was Real

Author: Donald Honig
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 9780803272675
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You go on back to bed." She looked at him, looked at Casey, looked at the mess
on the floor, and then went back to bed. Casey didn't say anything about the
sneak punch. He just got up and finished putting his gloves on. Then they started
sparring. Hemingway didn't bother to pick up the tray or anything, and they were
moving back and forth across the broken glass and you could hear it cracking
and crunching on that terrazzo floor whenever they stepped on it. Boom, Casey
starts ...

Hemingway Slept Here And Other Stories

Author: Mark Frankel
Publisher: New Generation Publishing
ISBN: 1909395137
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“And you weren't interested in buying?” “I didn't say that. Of course I was
interested; even asked the bank about a loan just in case...” “In case Will died
suddenly?” Dooley flushed. “That ain't true. One of these days someone'll want to
sell up - whatever the reason. I just wanted to be ready.” “So it wasn't Will's mine
especially you were after?” “Well I won't say it ain't a bit special - but he made it
that way by hard work and that's something I ain't afraid of either.” The Marshal
picked up a ...

My Losing Season

Author: Pat Conroy
Publisher: Bantam
ISBN: 9780553898187
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I can't make a sentence sound like I want it to. It won't say what I want it to say.” “
That will come. Do you think that Hemingway knew he was a writer when he was
twenty years old? No, he did not. Or Fitzgerald, or Wolfe. This is a difficult concept
to grasp. Hemingway didn't know he was Ernest Hemingway when he was a
young man. Faulkner didn't know he was William Faulkner. But they had to take
the first step. They had to call themselves writers. That is the first revolutionary act
a ...

The Short Stories Of Ernest Hemingway

Author: Ernest Hemingway
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 147678762X
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The Hemingway Library Edition Ernest Hemingway Seán A. Hemingway. “It
seems not,” the girl said. “What are you going to do about it?” “I told you.” “No; I
mean really.” “I don't know,” he said. She looked at him and put out her hand. “
Poor old Phil,” she said. He looked at her hands, but he did not touch her hand
with his. “No, thanks,” he said. “It doesn't do any good to say I'm sorry?” “No.” “Nor
to tell you how it is?” “I'd rather not hear.” “I love you very much.” “Yes, this proves
it.