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Ernest Hemingway is perhaps one of the most celebrated, and at times, most reviled, American authors of the twentieth century; but his prodigious body of work continues to be the subject of heated debate and great admiration. While this particular site does contain some commercial advertisements, it also contains an extended biographical essay on Hemingway, several bibliographies, and a FAQ section that answers some often asked questions about certain aspects of his life and writings. The site also contains a multimedia section that, while only containing one item, is worth a look. That piece is a clip of Hemingway reading an excerpt of his Nobel Prize acceptance speech, which includes the line where he notes that, "Writing, at its best, is a lonely life." The links section rounds out the site, providing numerous related Web sites of note, such as those to the Hemingway Society site, and a link to an online tour of Hemingway's home in Key West.
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