“There are only two places in the world where one can live happily – at home and in Paris” – Ernest Hemingway
Ernest Hemingway, one of the 20th century’s most celebrated and renowned authors
Words to describe E. Hemingway: Audacious, Self-destructive, and Vehement
What did he do?
– He influenced many generations of young men with his adventurous walk through life and brave relation to fighting
– He significantly contributed to Historical accounts
– He revived the short story genre
– He embodied the post-war literary generation with The Sun Also Rises (1926)
Where can you find Hemingway in Paris?
At “La Closerie des Lilas”, where he wrote The Sun Also Rises (1926): 171, Boulevard Montparnasse, and in the same street, Le Dôme, n° 109; La Coupole, n° 102; La Rotonde, n° 105, where Hemingway and other writers and artists like Gertrude Stein and Dalí used to converse and express their creativity during their years in Paris. 74, rue du Cardinal Lemoine (Hemingways’ first permanent address in Paris).