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1. Ernest Hemingways first job was as
2. Hemingway and first wife, Hadley, initially lived exclusively from
3. One of Hemingways first stories contains the memorable
lines: "It isnt fun anymore. Not any of it." What is the title of the
story and to whom is the protagonist speaking at the time?
4. Another early story is "Indian Camp." The plot revolves around Nick Adams on a trip in which he
5. When the young Hemingway in Paris showed Gertrude Stein the manuscript of his first novel, she replied: "There is a great deal of description in this, and not particularly good description ."
6. The author to bring Hemingways writing to the attention of Scribners editor Maxwell Perkins was
7. Hemingways opinion of The Great Gatsby was that it was
8. Hemingway drew many characters from real-life acquaintances. Who are the fictional characters based on the following people?
9. One of Hemingways hangouts in Key West was
10. The character of Lieutenant Rinaldi appears in which novel?
11. Protagonist Jake Barnes in The Sun Also Rises suffers from
12. Who was the author of "Bull in the Afternoon," one of
the more damning reviews of Hemingways Death in the Afternoon?
13. In which book does Hemingway present sketches of his early life
in Paris in the twenties?
14. Big Two-Hearted River was the name Hemingway chose for its poetic and symbolic connotations, but the actual river on which he based the story is
15. In which novel does the protagonist contract to smuggle Chinese from Cuba into the U.S.? To Have and To Have Not
16. Harry in "The Snows of Kilimanjaro" dies from
17. The American protagonist in For Whom the Bell Tolls entered the Loyalist army during the Spanish Civil War and was sent to join a guerrilla band where his mission was to
18. The character of Philip Rawlings, a correspondent secretly
engaged as a counter-spy in besieged Madrid, appears in which work?
19. "A Clean, Well-Lighted Place" is set in
20. The entire text of The Old Man and the Sea first appeared in
21. Name the novel in which the protagonist and his lovely new wife experiment with the transfer of sexual identities and come to fall in love with the same woman. Garden of Eden
22. Hemingway refused to travel to Russia in 1922 when asked to go by the Toronto Star where he was employed. His reason was that
23. She calls him Inglés, but the characters name is
24. Released in July of 1999 to coincide with Hemingway's 100th birthday, it is the latest of Hemingways posthumous novels to be published. What is it? True At First Light
25. Name the feminist critic who argued: "If we weep at the end of [A Farewell to Arms] it is not for Catherine but for Frederic Henry. All our tears are ultimately for men, because in the world of A Farewell to Arms male life is what counts. And the message to women reading this classic love story is simple: the only good woman is a dead one . . . ." Judith Fetterly from The Resisting Reader: A Feminist Approach to American Fiction. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1978.
26. Which one of the following actors never appeared in a film based on Hemingways work?
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