Men Without Women: Ernest Hemingway

  • Autor: Ernest Hemingway
  • Editor: Lebooks Editora
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Ernest Hemingway, (1899 – 1961) was an American novelist and short-story writer, awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1954. He was noted both for the intense masculinity of his writings and for his adventurous and widely publicized life.  A consummately contradictory man, Hemingway achieved a fame surpassed by few, if any, American authors of the 20th century. The virile nature of his writing, which attempted to re-create the exact physical sensations he experienced in wartime, big-game hunting, and bullfighting, in fact masked an aesthetic sensibility of great delicacy. Men Without Women (1927) is the second collection of short stories written by Hemingway. The volume consists of 14 exciting stories covering subjects such as: bullfighting, boxing, prizefighting, infidelity, divorce, and death. The stories: "The Killers", "Hills Like White Elephants", and "In Another Country" are among Hemingway's better works.