Ernest Hemingway, the Nobel Prize winning author, was known as much for his prose as for his travels to exotic locales, his gusto and charm created excitement wherever he went. In Ernest's Way, we follow Cristen around the globe to the places he lived, wrote, fought, drank, fished, ran with the bulls and held court with T.S. Elliot, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Pablo Picasso, Gertrude Stein and many other influential writers, artists and intellectuals of the 20th century. Written with intimate insights, history and essential logistical information, Ernest's Way is the first comprehensive guide to the legendary author’s adventures, showcasing for readers the places that shaped his life and writing. With fresh and lively prose, Cristen bings these places to life for the modern reader, allowing all who admire Hemingway's life and literature to enjoy his legacy in a new and vibrant way.
Cristen Hemingway Jaynes is an American author based in London. Beginning at a young age, Cristen began to explore America—first on road trips with her mother, traveling from Seattle to Key West, then on her own by Greyhound bus and Amtrak train. The American landscape, with its roadside cafes, strip malls, and wanderers, figures prominently in her fiction. She is the author of the short story collection The Smallest of Entryways and she can be found at wwww.cristenhemingway.com.
Publisher: Pegasus Books (December 3, 2019)
Length: 336 pages
Cristen remembers ‘the chilly sunshine, the smell of warming pine needles, and the bright green cemetery,’ wondering ‘who was this man?’ ERNEST’S WAY helps her—and her readers—answer this enduring question. Makes the gift of good books a bit easier.
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