Who was Hemingway?
Ernest Miller Hemingway was an american writer and novelist known for his writing style ‘iceberg theory’ which influenced 20th century fiction. He was however also known for a rather adventurous lifestyle, a fact later generations admired him for. Hemingway won the Pulitzer prize for fiction and the Nobel prize in Literature. He was involved in nearly 2 fatal plane crashes in Africa, events which left him in pain for the rest of his live which he ended in 1961 in Idaho.
We at Hemingway’s Manly admire the adventurous nature of Ernest and keep that in our hearth for current generations.
If you are interested to discover more about Ernest head over to Wikipedia or other online resources.
The best way of discovery is however through one of his many novels.