Ernest Hemingway in Paris in the 1920s. An expatriate learning to be an author while living with other members of the "lost generation."
Happy Birthday to someone so known in history.
So, Papa would've been 108 today! "Every man's life ends the same way. It is only the details of how he lived and how he died that distinguish one man from another." Ernest Hemingway
Thanks for the visit!
Whoa! Happy Birthday..you've come a long way and you are truly blessed to have a fan in Paul :D
I'll excuse ya THIS time for not having a Parisian shot....but don't mess up NEXT time or you're OUTTA here! ;)How's the Right Coast?=)xoHey Pauly! MATCHES!!!
Happy Birthday, 108.... still going strong.
Have a "mojito en la Bodeguita" and a "daiquiri en la Floridita! 108 deserves some commemoration...
Happy Birthday, Papa!And thanks for the visit to Madison Daily Photo
I remember the newscast on the day he died, and since DH and I were dating, English majors, and in love with American lit, it made a huge impression on us. Altho some women have over-analyzed Hemingway"s lit, I remain a fan!!
Hello Kate, Yes, I don't remember the news - but it must have been very dramatic.I've read that he is becoming popular with a new generation of readers - & the macho image isn't as much of an issue.
Yep, #1 Pauly! ;)And you probably saw ALL of them a few months back....several months, now that I think about it...think it was during the holidays...Yep! That's it...after Thanksgiving!Gobble Gobble!=)xoHippo Birdie Two Ewes Hemmy! ;)
There must be Papa's look alikes contest being held in key west right now.......and what a tragic way to die.
Hi Paul,It's a shame I forgot. Happy Birthday Papa.
While it might seem hard to believe, my father was born in 1877. As Isabella said, what one does in their life sort of determines who remembers them and for what. Abraham LincolnBrookville Daily PhotoMy Website
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