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Janet Flanner and Ernest Hemingway, both in uniform, seated reading papers at a table in the Deux Magots cafe in Paris, France.
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恩斯特.海明威 (Ernst Heimingway) 出生
1899721

有某些书 (被认为是经典作品) 是每一个人几乎在学校都曾看过的。有时候某本书因为写得太好,而在完成的时候就成为经典之作。恩斯特.海明威所写的「老人与海 (The Old Man and the Sea) 就是一个例子。海明威生于1899721日,他的父亲克雷伦斯.海明威 (Clarence Hemingway) 医生一定已经知道他的儿子相当特别,因为在小孩出生的时候,他走出他在伊利诺州橡树公园家中的阳台吹着他的短号。 

恩斯特.海明威长大后成为美国最受尊敬的作家之一。他的的作品充满着冒险感与独特的写作风格:少量的对话,短而简捷的句子。


There are some books--considered classics--that just about everyone reads in school. Sometimes a book is so good it becomes a classic almost as soon as it's written. One such book is The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway. When Hemingway was born on July 21, 1899, his father, Dr. Clarence Hemingway, must have known he had a special son because he stepped out onto the porch of their home in Oak Park, Illinois, and blew his cornet.

Ernest Hemingway grew up to become one of America's most respected writers, known for his sense of adventure as well as his unique writing style--spare dialogue and short, simple sentences.

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