Hemingway Timeline


LIFE Magazine Cover, 1952

1899 - Ernest Miller Hemingway born.
1917 - Becomes a reporter for the Kansas City Star *
1918 - Wounded on the Italian front during service as a WWI ambulance driver
1920 - Becomes a reporter for Toronto Star Broken link; looking for replacement!
1921 - Marries Hadley Richardson; moves to Paris, France
1923 - Three Stories and Ten Poems published in Paris
1924 - in our time published in Paris
1925 - In Our Time, with additional 14 stories, published in New York
1926 - The Torrents of Spring published
1926 - The Sun Also Rises published
1927 - Men Without Women published
1927 - Divorces Richardson, marries Pauline Pfieffer
1928 - Moves to Key West, Florida
1929 - A Farewell to Arms published
1929 - Clarence Hemingway (father) commits suicide
1932 - Death in the Afternoon published
1933 - Winner Take Nothing published
1935 - Green Hills of Africa published
1937 - To Have and Have Not published; war correspondent to the Spanish Civil War
1938 - The Fifth Column and the First Forty-nine Stories published
1940 - For Whom the Bell Tolls published
1940 - Divorces Pfieffer, marries Martha Gellhorn
1944 - World War II correspondent
1945 - Divorces Gellhorn
1946 - Marries Mary Welsh
1950 - Across the River and into the Trees published
1951 - Grace Hall Hemingway (mother) dies
1952 - The Old Man and the Sea published
1954 - Nobel Prize for Literature
1954 - Injured in 2 seperate plane crashes
1960 - Ketchum, Idaho: hospitalized for high blood pressure, liver disease, depression
1961 - Commits suicide in Ketchum, Idaho on July 2
1964 - A Moveable Feast published posthumously
1987 - The Complete Stories of Ernest Hemingway: The Finca Vigia Edition published


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