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Video thumbnail: Hemingway The Beginnings of Ernest Hemingway's Marriage to Mary Welsh

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The Beginnings of Ernest Hemingway's Marriage to Mary Welsh

In 1946, Hemingway married Mary Welsh, a Time and Life correspondent he met during WWII.

The Beginnings of Ernest Hemingway's Marriage to Mary Welsh

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Sen. John McCain on His Hero from 'For Whom the Bell Tolls'

Senator John McCain discusses his hero Robert Jordan of "For Whom the Bell Tolls."

Sen. John McCain on His Hero from 'For Whom the Bell Tolls'

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Mastering the Art of Nonfiction

Referring to himself as "Papa," Ernest Hemingway strived to be an expert on everything.

Mastering the Art of Nonfiction

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Hemingway's Home in Cuba, the Finca Vigía

In 1939, Hemingway returned to Havana, Cuba and bought the Finca Vigía with Martha.

Hemingway's Home in Cuba, the Finca Vigía

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Hemingway's Front Seat to the Spanish Civil War

Hemingway and Martha Gellhorn reported alongside each other during the Spanish Civil War.

Hemingway's Front Seat to the Spanish Civil War

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Hemingway's Call to Action During the Spanish Civil War

Ernest Hemingway returned to Spain to report on the Spanish Civil War.

Hemingway's Call to Action During the Spanish Civil War

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The End of Ernest and Pauline Hemingway's Marriage

On Sept. 3, 1939, Ernest Hemingway told Pauline he was leaving her for Martha Gellhorn.

The End of Ernest and Pauline Hemingway's Marriage

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After Deadly Hurricane, Hemingway Asks: Who Killed the Vets?

After a hurricane killed 259 veterans, Hemingway took aim at the Roosevelt administration.

After Deadly Hurricane, Hemingway Asks: Who Killed the Vets?

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Writer Edna O'Brien on Hemingway's View of Women

Edna O'Brien reads a passage from Ernest Hemingway's short story, "Up in Michigan."

Writer Edna O'Brien on Hemingway's View of Women

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When Hemingway 'Lost Everything'

Two years' worth of Hemingway's work was lost on a train from Paris when he was just 23.

When Hemingway 'Lost Everything'

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The Inspiration Behind 'The Sun Also Rises'

Hemingway was inspired to write "The Sun Also Rises" during his travels across Spain.

The Inspiration Behind 'The Sun Also Rises'

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How Hemingway's Childhood Sparked a Love of Nature, Writing

Hemingway's love of nature and writers' discipline were instilled in him from a young age.

How Hemingway's Childhood Sparked a Love of Nature, Writing

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Hemingway's WWI Service

During his time in Italy during WWI, Ernest Hemingway suffered life-threatening injuries.

Hemingway's WWI Service