Ernest Heminguej Lumi i madh me dy zemra
Ernest Hemingway, writer and journalist, Nobel laureate of the two world wars, wrote most of his creations between 1920-1954. He won the Pulitzer Prize in 1953, and in 1954 was awarded the Nobel Prize for his novel The Old Man and the Sea. His economic and redeemed style had a great influence on the literary creations of the 20th century, while life full of adventure and public image influenced future generations. “It is good that the journey has an end, but in the end it is the journey itself that matters,” said the writer, who always lived between danger and near death. He has written novels, short stories, etc. Some of the most beautiful works of the pen master are: “Farewell to weapons”, “The snows of Kilimanjaro”, “For whom those bells ring”, etc.
In the collection of stories “The Great River with Two Hearts”, E. Hemingway presents a perfect character that grows from child to adolescent and then into soldier, veteran, writer and parent… a closed sequence, similar to events of the author’s real life.