Hemingway

A Hemingway Chronology

1899

Born July 21, 1899 in Oak Park, IL.

1916

First short story published in Tabula, HS literary magazine.

1917

Graduates from Oak Park High School.
Hired as reporter for Kansas City Star.

1918

Leaves for Italy with American Red Cross.
Wounded by mortar shell; recuperates in hospital.

1919

Discharged from Red Cross, returns to United States.

1921

Marries Hadley Richardson.
Moves to Paris (subsequent moves not noted here).

1922

"A Divine Gesture", The Double Dealer.

1923

Vignettes for in our time published in The Little Review.
Three Stories and Ten Poems.
First son, John Hadley Nicanor Hemingway, born.

1924

"Indian Camp", The Transatlantic Review.
in our time.

1925

"Big Two-Hearted River" & "Homage to Ezra", This Quarter.
In Our Time.

1926

The Torrents of Spring.
Today is Friday.
Signs contract with Scribners.
The Sun Also Rises.

1927

Divorces Hadley Richardson.
Marries Pauline Pfeiffer.
"The Killers", Scribner's Magazine.
Men Without Women.

1928

Second son, Patrick Hemingway, born.

1929

A Farewell to Arms.

1930

"Bullfighting, Sport and Industry", Fortune.

1931

Third son, Gregory Hancock Hemingway, born.

1932

Death in the Afternoon.

1933

Winner Take Nothing.

1935

The Green Hills of Africa.

1937

To Have and Have Not.
Spanish Civil War correspondent for NANA.

1938

The Fifth Column and the First Forty-Nine Stories.
The Short Stories of Ernest Hemingway.
Essays published in Ken.

1940

The Fifth Column opens on Broadway.
Divorces Pauline Pfeiffer.
Marries Martha Gellhorn.
For Whom the Bell Tolls.

1944

WWII correspondent for Collier's.

1945

Divorces Martha Gellhorn.

1946

Marries Mary Welsh.

1950

Across the River and Into the Trees.

1952

The Old Man and the Sea.

1954

Wins Nobel Prize for Literature.

1961

Dies July 2.

1964

A Moveable Feast.

1970

Islands in the Stream.

1979

Eighty-Eight Poems.

1985

The Dangerous Summer.

1986

The Garden of Eden.

 


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