|Hemingway Links for The Old Man and the Sea|
Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech -- Includes additional audio files.
Hemingway Resource Center -- Megacenter. Includes links to obscure sites.
Timeless Hemingway -- Another site with useful links.
Hemingway in Oak Park -- Hemingway Foundation page, mostly about his childhood.
The Kansas City Star Site -- The newspaper where Hemingway got his start. Then type in Hemingway to see articles by and about him.
John F. Kennedy Presidential Library Hemingway Archives -- Includes a wonderful photo gallery.
Picturing Hemingway: A Writer in His Time -- portraits and photographs of the writer throughout his life.
Literary Traveler: Ernest Hemingways Places -- Pictures and articles abpout places important to Hemingways life and work.
Tracking Hemingway -- The Atlantic Monthly has put together a collection of their articles on hemingway over twenty years.
U.S. News & World Report on style.
Time Review of Old Man and the Sea -- The original first impression.
Critical Quotes -- Short quotes to use for novel analysis.
In September 1952, Life Magazine published Hemingway's 27,000 word novella The Old Man and the Sea. The issue sold 5,300,000 copies in two days. Unpublished photos that did not appear in the original magazine are shared here.
Just for Fun
Bad Hemingway -- Parody of Hemingways style in the form of an online ongoing novel written by Hemingway fans.
Imitation Hemingway Competition -- Celebrate the New Year in Paris, if you win. No, really read examples and trace the history of this ironic competition.No longer held every year, this contest gave prizes for the best parody of Hemingways style.
Hemingway Days Centennial Festival -- Lookalike contest and other silliness from the Florida Keys.
An Ernest Hemingway Night Before Christmas -- you know.
Michael Palins Hemingway Adventure -- Fun, but also serious, journey in Hemingways steps.
Updated 3 July 2015.
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