As a child, Hemingway would whip himself so his ________________ wouldn’t have to.
Hemingway used his uncle’s connections at the _____________________ Star to get work as a cub reporter.
He was rejected by the US Army for defective _______________, and he volunteered with the Red Cross of Italy as an _______________________________________________.
While recuperating from an injury, his love affair with Agnes von Kurowsky inspired the novel ____________________________________________________________.
After his breakup with Agnes and being kicked out of his parents’ house, he moved to Chicago where he met his first wife, ___________________________________.
The couple moved to __________ as Hemingway got a job as a foreign correspondent.
___________________, the godmother of his first son, was instrumental in introducing him to the literary world of his new city. She coined the phrase “The _________ Generation” to describe the generation of ex-pats after WWI.
He taught poet Ezra Pound how to ________ in exchange for help in navigating the literary world.
In 1923, Hadley lost all of Hemingway’s ________________ while on a trip to Austria.
Hemingway was an aficionado of _____________ culture. He brought a large group of his expatriate friends to see the bull fights at Pamplona; he even named his first-born son after Nicador Villata y Serrés, a famous ________________.
Hemingway’s Jewish friend, _________________________________, upstaged Hemingway in bullfights and for the affection of Lady Duff Twyden. He served as the inspiration for Robert Cohn in The Sun Also Rises.
Hemingway’s __________________ style was ground-breaking and hailed by critics, but he considered his style __________________.
Hadley befriended Pauline Pfeiffer, a socialite who worked for the Paris branch of ___________.
When faced with the affair, Hadley asked for Hemingway to break off the affair for ____ days.
Pauline and Hemingway moved to _________________, where Hemingway frequented Sloppy Joe’s Bar, smuggled rum, and won many fishing competitions.
He converted to __________________ for Pauline.
His marriage to Pauline went downhill, especially after Pauline was told that she should not ________________ any more children.
In 1933, he went on a hunting safari in Africa. _________________ cut his trip short.
____________ Gellhorn, Hemingway’s 3rd wife, basically moved in with the Hemingway family, similar to what Pauline had done to Hadley.
Hemingway left to cover the ___________________________________, where he sided with the Spanish Republicans.
His grim portrayal of this war is echoed in _______________________________.
In 1939, he and Gellhorn moved to Cuba where he met ___________________________________, the captain of Pilar.
During _____________, Hemingway was taken aback when Gellhorn left for Europe to serve as a war correspondent.
Mary __________, Hemingway’s 4th wife, was the opposite of Gellhorn.
Two tragedies in 1951, the deaths of _________________ and ____________________, took their toll on Hemingway.