Hemingway

How Hemingway's Childhood Sparked a Love of Nature, Writing

Often fishing and hunting with his father as a young boy, Ernest Hemingway fostered a love for the great outdoors and hoped to become a naturalist like his hero Theodore Roosevelt. As a teenager, he was a passionate reader and took up writing at his school's literary magazine. His mother encouraged him to practice his art, helping form the strict writers' discipline he maintained into adulthood.

How Hemingway's Childhood Sparked a Love of Nature, Writing

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