15 Burst results for "Hadley Richardson"

"hadley richardson" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:56 min | 2 weeks ago

"hadley richardson" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"They were also involved into the social survey. We thought she was a wealthy, famous person herself, and so they would take part in that, Uh, I call it the cocktails circuit. He was married to police. Their divorce was finalized in 19 forties. Okay, and he leaves, she stays, She stays. She stays here until the end of her life in 1951. So in a lot of ways, this is really Pauline's house. She's just not the famous one who looked and when he came back. He said he found it too sad to come back. Yeah, he Hemingway was either the life of the party or he was burning bridges left and white right. So he had burned a lot of bridges in his divorce with Pauline. So the island was never a comfortable place for him to be again. So he stayed in Cuba, which gave him access to the deep sea fishing and the Spanish culture that we love. Was this considered a nice house back then an upper level house. One of the reasons that this house stayed vacant for so long is because it was so big because it was so, um, almost unaffordable. I'm not unaffordable to anything. It's a large packet of land even back then. And so it was almost unaffordable and very costly to upkeep is Pauline's wealth and her family wolf that made this possible for them. So in the twenties when he gets here, uh he didn't live in that house right away. No, he lived where When he first lived in an apartment and over the Ford Agency so that he came here because he's supposed to pick up on your Ford. And it wasn't ready and the four agency was above it was had apartments and so they put him up in one day apartment. And, uh, he he liked it so much. Then he decided to come back right next year. I find it so interesting that he came here and there was no where no one around? No, no one was around and he used to. He ordered his books wants to show people what he actually does for a living. They didn't know who he was. Could you send some of my books there when I found it. Also interesting is that Key West was going bankrupt around the Depression. Yes, Yes, it was. It went from in a standard way I want to say, maybe 30. This year's It went from being the one of the wealthiest cities per capita in America to being the poorest. Um, so and the depression with, you know the fishing in the shipping industries. So what is this room? This is the dining room. And if you look right here, this is the way Ernest Hemingway look when he lived in Key West, and he looks a little bit more like Burt Reynolds or Magnum P. Then he does like Santa Claus and the pictures are used to seeing and then he's young and he's handsome and he's attractive. And he he really He knows it. And that's how we end up with four wives. I'm pretty sure that police his ex wife didn't have the other ex wives on the wall. But this does give you an idea. We had four wives. Yes, we call this the wall of lives. So we have Hadley Richardson, who was the Paris years If you've ever read the book to Paris wife That's about her, um, appalling. Pfeiffer, who you know, was his wife within this house. Martha Gellhorn, who stole Hemingway from Pauline. Pauline didn't even realize what was going on, despite the fact that Martha was doing to her what she had done to happily, but they moved to Cuba. And then, um, when Hemingway started the affair with Mary Welsh in World War two after stealing that job from Martha Gellhorn to cover World War two, he stole that job from her. She left him over that affair, And then he married Mary Walsh and she was his wife until the end. The legend will Cuba and we'll be right back with more of what made America great with Brian Killed me of Fox News radio special. So then I got some garlic and cool tones on there, And the rest is salad history. I mean, the best salad ever people and now I'm making the best app season. It's possible. I've got love in game betting Paula's and see the reward.

Mary Welsh Mary Walsh Ernest Hemingway Burt Reynolds Hadley Richardson Martha Gellhorn Magnum P. Cuba Martha Ford 1951 Ford Agency America Santa Claus Pfeiffer next year Hemingway Pauline World War two Brian
"hadley richardson" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

03:52 min | 2 weeks ago

"hadley richardson" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"They would take part in. Then I call it the cocktail circuit. He was married to pelline. Their divorce was finalized in 19 forties. Okay, and he leaves he she stays. She stays. She stays here until the end of her life in 1951. So in a lot of ways, this is really Pauline's house. She's just not the famous one who lived here. And when he came back, he said he found it too sad to come back. Yes, he Hemingway was either the life of the party or he was burning bridges left and white right, so he had burned a lot of bridges in his divorce with Pauline. So the island was never a comfortable place for him to be again. So he stayed in Cuba, which gave him access to the deep sea fishing and the Spanish culture that you love. Was this considered a nice house. Back then. An upper level has one of the reasons that this house stayed vacant for so long is because it was so big because it was so almost affordable. I'm not unaffordable to and it's a large packet of land even back then, and so it was almost unaffordable and very costly. The upkeep It's probably his wealth and her family wealth that made this possible for them. So in the twenties when he gets here, uh he didn't live in that house right away. No, he lived where When he first lived in an apartment and over the Ford Agency because that he came here because he's supposed to pick up on your Ford. And it wasn't ready and the four agency would above it was I had apartments and so they put him up in one day apartment. And, uh, he he liked it so much in he decided to come back right next year. I find it so interesting that he came here and there was no no one around. No, no one was around, and he said he ordered his books wants to show people what he actually does for a living. They didn't know who he was. They could You send some of my books down when I found Also interesting is that Key West was going bankrupt around the Depression. Yes, Yes, it was. It went from in a span of life. I want to say, maybe 30. This year's It went from being the one of the wealthiest cities per capita in America to being the poorest. Um, so and the depression with, you know the fishing in the shipping industries. So where does this room this is the dining room. And if you look right here, this is the way Ernest Hemingway looked when he lived in Key West, and he looks a little bit more like Burt Reynolds or Magnum P. Then he does like Santa Claus and the pictures are used to seeing and then he's young and he's handsome and he's attractive. And he really he knows it. And that's how we end up with the four wives. I'm pretty sure that police his ex wife didn't have the other ex wives on the wall. But this does give you an idea. He had four wives. Yes, we call this the wall of lives. So we have Hadley Richardson, who was the parish years if you will. Read the book to Paris wife that spot her, um, a Pauline Pfeiffer, who you know, was his wife within this house. Martha Gellhorn, who stole Hemingway from Pauline. Pauline didn't even realize what was going on. Despite the fact that Martha was doing to her what she had done to happily, um, but they moved to Cuba and then, um, when Hemingway started the affair with Mary Welsh in World War two After stealing that job from Martha Gellhorn cover World War two. He stole that job from her. She left him over that affair, And then he married Mary Welsh and she was his wife until the end. The alleged both Cuba and either we'll be right back with more of what made America great with Brian killed me of Fox News of Radio special. The first battle season sports books happens up to $5000 risk free people, and I told my team about the idea. Thank said I was being too wonderful and magnificent. I don't care how awesome this makes me. I'm doing the fun of people for this. Download the app and that first bit is up to $5000 Risk. Three. See the made an app for the people. People must be 21 offer.

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"hadley richardson" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

03:19 min | 2 weeks ago

"hadley richardson" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"So they would take part in there. I call it the cocktail circuit thing. He was married to police. Their divorce was finalized in 19 forties. Okay, and he leaves, she stays. She stays. She stays here until the end of her life in 1951. So in a lot of ways, this is really Pauline's house. She's just not the famous one who lived here. And when he came back. He said he found it too sad to come back. Yeah. He Hemingway was either the life of the party or he was burning bridges left and white right, so he had burned a lot of bridges in his divorce with Pauline. So the island was never a comfortable place for him to be again. So he stayed in Cuba, which gave him access to the deep sea fishing and the Spanish culture that you love. Was this considered a nice house back then an upper level. How One of the reasons that this house stayed vacant for so long is because it was so big because it was so almost unaffordable. I'm not unaffordable to and it's a large packet of land even back then, um, and so it was almost unaffordable and very costly to upkeep. This Pauline's wealth and her family wealth that made this possible for them. So in the twenties when he gets here He didn't live in that house right away. No, he lived where When he first lived in an apartment and over the Ford Agency because that he came here because he's supposed to pick up on your board. And it wasn't ready and the four agency was about it was had apartment so they put him up in one day apartment. And he liked it so much. Then he decided to come back right next year. I find it so interesting that he came here and there was no where no one around. No, no one was around, and he said he ordered his books wants to show people what he actually does for a living. They didn't know who he was. Could you send some of my books? Dan when I found it Also interesting is that Key West was going bankrupt around the Depression. Yes, Yes, it was. It went from in a span of life. Want to say maybe 30 ish years It went from being the one of the wealthiest cities per capita in America to being the poorest. Um, so and the depression with, you know the fishing in the shipping industries. So where does this room this is the dining room. And if you look right here, this is the way Ernest Hemingway look when he lived in Key West, and he looks a little bit more like Burt Reynolds or Magnum P. Then he does like Santa Claus and the pictures are used to seeing and then he's young and he's handsome and he's attractive. And he really he knows it. And that's how we end up with the four wives. I'm pretty sure that Pauline, his ex wife didn't have the other ex wives on the wall with this does give you an idea. We had four wives. Yes, we call this the wall of lives so We have Hadley Richardson, who was the parish years if you've ever read the book to Paris wife That's about her, Um Pauline Pfeiffer, who you know, was his wife within this house. Martha Gellhorn, who stole Hemingway from Pauline. Pauline didn't even realize what was going on, despite the fact that Martha was doing to her what she had done to happily, but they moved to Cuba. And then, um, when Hemingway started the affair with Mary Welsh in World War two after stealing that job from Martha Gellhorn covered World War two, he stole that job from her. She left him over that affair, And then he married Mary Walsh and she was his wife until the end. We lived in both Cuba and either.

Mary Walsh Mary Welsh Hadley Richardson Martha Gellhorn Ernest Hemingway Burt Reynolds Martha Magnum P. Cuba Santa Claus 1951 America Ford Agency Pauline Hemingway Pauline Pfeiffer World War two next year both Dan
"hadley richardson" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

03:16 min | 2 weeks ago

"hadley richardson" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"I call it the cocktails circuit things. He was married to police. Their divorce was finalized in 19 forties. Okay, and he leaves, she stays, she stays. She stays here until the end of her life in 1951. So in a lot of ways, this is really Pauline's house. She's just not the famous one who lived and when he came back, he said he found it too sad to come back. Yeah, he Hemingway was either the life of the party or he was burning bridges left and white right. So he had burned a lot of bridges in his divorce with Pauline. So the island was never a comfortable place for him to be again. So he stayed in Cuba, which gave him access to the deep sea fishing and the Spanish culture that you love was this considered a nice house back then an upper level house. One of the reasons that this house stayed vacant for so long is because it was so big because it was so, um, almost unaffordable, not unaffordable to and it's a It's a large packet of land even back then. And so it was almost unaffordable and very costly to upkeep as Pauline's wealth and her family wealth that made this possible for them So in the twenties when he gets here He didn't live in that house right away. No, he lived where The way he first lived in an apartment and over the Ford Agency because that he came here because he's supposed to pick up on you, Ford And it wasn't ready and the four agency would above it was I had apartments and so they put him up in one of the apartment. And, uh, he he liked it so much. Then he decided to come back right next year. I find it so interesting that he came here and there was no where no one around? No, no one was around and he used to. He ordered his books wants to show people what he actually does for a living. They didn't know who he was. They could You send some of my books there and what I found. Also interesting is that Key West was going bankrupt around the Depression. Yes, Yes, it was. It went from in a span of life. I want to say, maybe 30 ish years It went from being the one of the wealthiest cities per capita in America to being the poorest. Um, so and the depression with, you know the fishing in the shipping industries. So what is this room? This is the dining room. And if you look right here, this is the way Ernest Hemingway looked when he lived in Key West, and he looks a little bit more like Burt Reynolds or Magnum P. Then he does like Santa Claus and the pictures were used to seeing and then he's young and he's handsome and he's attractive. And he really know he knows it. And that's how we end up with four wives. I'm pretty sure that police his ex wife didn't have the other ex wives on the woman. This does give you an idea. We had four wives. Yes, we call this the wall of lives. So we have Hadley Richardson, who was the parish years if you've ever read The book, The Paris wife that spot her, Um, a Pauline Pfeiffer, who you know, was his wife within this house. Martha Gellhorn, who stole Hemingway from Pauline. Pauline didn't even realize what was going on, despite the fact that Martha was doing to her what she had done to happily. But they moved to Cuba. And then when Hemingway started the affair with Mary Welsh in World War two after stealing that job from Martha Gellhorn to cover World War two, he stole that job from her. She left him over that affair, And then he married Mary Walsh and she was his wife until the end. The original Cuba and Idaho. We'll.

Mary Walsh Mary Welsh Martha Gellhorn Hadley Richardson Ernest Hemingway Burt Reynolds Martha Magnum P. Ford Agency 1951 Cuba Santa Claus Ford Pauline Pfeiffer America Pauline Hemingway Idaho World War two Key West
"hadley richardson" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:04 min | 2 weeks ago

"hadley richardson" Discussed on KTRH

"They would take part in and I call it the cocktail circuit. He was married to Pauline. Their divorce was finalized in 19 forties. Okay, and he leaves, she stays. She stays. She stays here until the end of her life in 1951. So in a lot of ways, this is really Pauline's house. She's just not the famous one who lived and when he came back, he said he found it too sad to come back. Yes, he Hemingway was either the life of the party or he was burning bridges left and white right. So he had burned a lot of bridges in his divorce with Pauline. So the island was never a comfortable place for him to be again. So he stayed in Cuba, which gave him access to the deep sea fishing and the Spanish culture that you up. Was this considered a nice house back then an upper level house. One of the reasons that this house stayed vacant for so long is because it was so big because it was so, um, almost unaffordable. I'm not unaffordable to and it's a It's a large packet of land even back then, and so it was almost unaffordable and very costly to upkeep. Was probably his wealth and her family wolf that made this possible for them. So in the twenties when he gets here He didn't live in that house right away. No, he lived where the way he first lived in an apartment and over the Ford agency. Good that he came here because he's supposed to pick up on your board. And it wasn't ready and the four agency would know about it was I had apartments and so they put him up in one department and then He liked it so much. Then he decided to come back, right? The next year. I find it so interesting that he came here and there was no where no one around. No, no one was around and he used to. He ordered his books wants to show people what he actually does for a living. They didn't know who he was. They could you send some of my books down. But I found also interesting is that key West was going bankrupt around the Depression. Yes, Yes, it was. It went from in a stand of what I want to say, maybe 30 ish years it went from being the one of the wealthiest cities per capita in America to being the poorest. Um, so and the depression with, you know the fishing in the shipping industries. So what is this room? This is the dining room. And if you look right here, this is the way Ernest Hemingway look when he lived in Key West, and he looks a little bit more like Burt Reynolds or Magnum P. Then he does like Santa Claus and the pictures are used to seeing him and he's young and he's handsome and he's attractive. And he really he knows it. And that's how we end up with four wives. I'm pretty sure that police his ex wife didn't have the other ex wives on the wall with this does give you an idea. We had four wives. Yes, we call this the wall of lives. So we have Hadley Richardson, who was the parish years If you've ever read the book to Paris wife. It's about her. Um Pauline Pfeiffer, who you know, was his wife within this house. Martha Gellhorn, who stole Hemingway from Pauline. Pauline didn't even realize what was going on, despite the fact that Martha was doing to her what she had done to Hadley. Um, but they moved to Cuba and then, um, when Hemingway started the affair with Mary Welsh in World War two after stealing that job from Martha Gellhorn to cover World War two, he stole that job from her. She left him over that affair, And then he married Mary Welsh and she was his wife until the end. We lived in both Cuba and either we'll be right back with more of what made America great with Brian Killed me of Fox News of Radio special. Hey, I'm Derrick, uh, from dancing with the stars. One of my favorite memories of being on the show was working with Amy Purdy. He was a paralympian, and she was a huge, huge inspiration to so many, including myself, because there was no handbook. There was no references to use to show us how to do this. How to dance with two prosthetic legs. She truly was a Trailblazer for that community and in dancing, she really introduced me into the world of the Paralympics. And there is an amazing podcast called equal to achieving disability equality is a six part series that explores the.

Mary Welsh Amy Purdy Pauline Martha Gellhorn Ernest Hemingway Pauline Pfeiffer Hadley Richardson Martha Burt Reynolds Magnum P. Ford Santa Claus Cuba 1951 Hadley America World War two Key West Hemingway Brian
"hadley richardson" Discussed on Personology

Personology

04:26 min | 7 months ago

"hadley richardson" Discussed on Personology

"That people with ptsd are so symptomatic that they may turn to alcohol to try to manage their anxiety symptoms and their panic symptoms but we also know that unfortunately basically developing a substance abuse problem tends to worsen the symptoms of ptsd so it really becomes a vicious cycle and then you add to that that he feels that he's fallen in love with agnes wants to marry her. He thinks after the war he's going to marry her and when he gets home he receives basically a dear john letter that says in essence. I really didn't take that seriously and you know to me. You're only a kid. I'm kind of more like your mother. Which is a pretty brutal rejection letter for young and definitely in the i need to be super masculine. Puff myself up getting such a brutal rejection emasculating. Letter from the first woman you love could really propel one even into more of that behavior. Let's say and then she subsequently marries somebody else so this is a pretty brutal rejection in an already fragile and tenuous emotional situation. And i think that's important to remember because it later comes back in some of his writings where for example in farewell to arms. He gets her. He gets the girl but she dies in childbirth so she also gets her punishment. And i think it's you see. Psychologically themes replayed in his writings that have a lot to do with earlier. Difficult traumas in sort of a way of working it out or working at through. He gets what he wants but he also gets his revenge. I hadn't thought of it till now but that brutal rejection. He avoided any situation where a woman might reject him after that he was a talk about narcissism he really could not take that blow to his ego that agnes rejection represented and he also has particular Mean about her in a letter to a friend. He said that. I hoped when she comes back to the state she walks down the gangplank from the ship in false on her face. Her teeth get broken in fall out. I mean it was just brutal so he hoped for her that she would have some form of castration. Basically because that's how she made him feel and you're right that clearly he never wants to put himself in that situation again and so for the rest of his life he basically. Mary's has an affair and leaves. And you know. And then what's he avoids ever being rejected because he rejects the woman. I there's an interesting exception. This is jumping way ahead. But i think it's relevant here when he's around fifty and having his first full blown panic attack evolve in love with this seventeen year old venetian girl and ernest. He was married than to his fourth wife. Mary and i think what he did was replaced as wives when he felt that. You know it was time to move on whatever. I'm going to go with a new wife. And he's saddled on this woman from rivera. Good family vannice beautiful young seventeen year old and he thought that he could get her in. He thought that he had tremendous self confidence. And he of course had been devastatingly handsome when he was younger and in middle age. He's still very handsome. But when he falls in love with adriana he's really an old man and he looks like one. It's got the white beard. And so forth. Of course adriana never considers becoming. His next wife wasn't in the realm of possibility. Kerr mother was hardly letting her out at all. Never mind to be wooed by this married american writer so he didn't seem to get it that this wasn't going to happen while narcissists don't tend aged terribly well or accept aging and what it might mean the reality is it seems from his writings that his first marriage to hadley richardson..

hadley richardson adriana Mary Kerr fourth wife first first marriage venetian seventeen year old agnes vannice american around fifty rivera john first woman
"hadley richardson" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

14:04 min | 1 year ago

"hadley richardson" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"So Here's thing full disclosure. I have never read and Ernest Hemingway Book Novel Short Story or Poem. I have never had any interest I was. I'll even in the course of researching this episode. You couldn't read a poem. Well okay I guess. I read like a couple of line poems from like the websites that I saw about him. Like you know he said this Blah Blah Blah I've never had any interest. Even though I was I was a very bad English major in College. I did not care to read. The classics and in fact didn't read a lot of my like nineteenth century British novels. But that's neither here nor there we're gonNA talk about Inter Ernest Hemingway. The man. We're GONNA talk about his long and storied life And I'm going to give summaries of each of the the hits his excellent the novels. So do you recommend that everybody start this episode with an alcoholic beverage? Yes I would I would recommend Preferably Rum and Maybe a cigar Aware like Like one of those roll neck white jumpers and grow a big white beard. So so so what do that. He's one of those things at least one of those things. Go ahead and do that. Get real rip drunk because that's what Ernest would want it so to begin with Ernest Miller. Hemingway was born on July twenty first eighteen hundred nine in Oak Park Illinois which is a sub- suburb of Chicago. Shout out to Chicago He was the second of six children. His Father Clarence Edmonds. Hemingway was a physician and his mother. Grace Hall Hemingway was a musician Both were well educated and well respected in Oak Park and later Ernest. Hemingway would say that he disliked his name which he quote associated with the naive even foolish hero of Oscar. Wilde's play the importance of being earnest. More on that later. Okay Yeah Yeah. So whatever hemingway's mother frequently performed in concerts around the village and as an adult? Hemingway professed to hate his mother. Although biographer Michael Reynolds points out that hemingway mirrored her energy and enthusiasm so he was more like his mom then he would have liked to admit and there really isn't any like. I don't know why he hated his mother so much. I don't know he seemed to really have an issue with women which you'll see later but of all. The family spent summers at Windermere on Walloon. Lake near Petoskey Michigan and Hemingway's father taught him to hunt fish and camp in the woods and lakes of northern Michigan as a young boy and these early experiences in nature instilled a passion for outdoor adventure and living in remote or isolated areas. This was something that kind of carried with him. The rest of his life. So like Mark Twain Stephen Crane Theater adviser and Sinclair Lewis. Hemingway was journalist before he became a novelist after he left high school he went to work for the Kansas City star as a cub reporter and although he stayed there for only six months he relied on the star style guide as a foundation for his writing quote use short sentences US short first paragraphs US vigorous English be positive not negative. I is all that. Yeah yeah his writing style is and we'll talk a little bit about it but his writing style was very like short clipped. He didn't use a lot of flowery language it was like he likes to use the word and instead of commas so a lot of his descriptive sentences have and ant amp so it's a very like truncated And it's it's later read is kind of like masculine. This like Dj drawing declared of sentences and so that style of writing is specifically hemingway ish and it's been copied and parodied ever since you know. He started writing. But that's kind of like you. Can I D? A having way sentence no problem because he had a very distinctive way of writing so in December of nineteen seventeen. Hemingway responded to a Red Cross recruitment effort and signed on to be an ambulance driver in Italy. After having failed to enlist in the army because of poor eyesight this was obviously during the first World War in May nineteen eighteen. He sailed from New York and arrived in Paris. As the city was under bombardment from German artillery. He literally like got off the boat and it was like Komo mummum and he's like seventeen but he but he loved it. Oh He loved it oh he loved it. He's such an Adrenalin Junky. So that June he arrived at the Italian front and on his first name. Alon he was sent to the scene of a munitions factory explosion where rescuers retrieved the shredded remains of female workers. He described the incident. His nonfiction book called death in the afternoon quote. I remember that after. We searched quite thoroughly for the complete dead. We collected fragments on July eighth. He was seriously wounded by mortar. Fire having just returned from the canteen bring chocolate and cigarettes for the men at the frontline in Celta Diabe and despite his wounds. Hemingway assisted Italian soldiers to safety for which he received the Italian Silver Medal of bravery and he was still only eighteen at the time so he saw a lot of shit before he turned eighteen basically so he later said of the incident quote. When you go to war is a boy. You have a great illusion of immortality. Other people get killed not you then when you are badly wounded the first time you lose that illusion and you know it can happen to you. He sustained severe shrapnel wounds to both legs underwent an immediate operation at a distribution center and spent five days at a field hospital before he was transferred for recuperation to the Red Cross Hospital in Milan. He spent six months at the hospital where he met and formed a strong friendship with Chink. Dorman Smith which was a nickname I had to make sure that Chink Dorman Smith was nicknamed not recently and he was not. He was apparently stationed in Africa and because he had specifically we'll say kindly weird looking face. Apparently he looked a lot like the local antelope which was called a chink. Kara a long nose and protruding eyes so they called him Chin Kara and then he was just called Chink so he was friends with him for decades and he also shared a room with future American Foreign Service Officer Ambassador. An author Henry Serrano Villard so while he was recuperating he fell in love for the first time with a woman named Agnes von Kurowski Red Cross nurse and she was seven years older than him by the time of Y. I thought you were just be like she was seven. She was seven years old and this is where his life turns a dark turn. No she was seventy or senior. Who said here's older totally safe by the time of release returned to the United States in January of one thousand nine hundred nine Agnes and hemingway had decided to marry within a few months in America however in March she wrote that she had become engaged to an Italian officer. And do you blame her. I mean come on the Italians Am I. Right so biographer. Jeffrey Meyers. Gumbo in biographer. Jeffrey Meyers stays in his book. Hemingway biography that Hemingway was devastated by Agnes rejection and in future relationships. He followed a pattern of abandoning a wife before she abandoned him so instead of instead of like taking it and learning from this experience he decided to Take that pain from that rejection and really try and punish every woman he gets into a relationship with for the rest of his life so he returned home early in one thousand nine hundred ninety two a time of readjustment Before the age of twenty he had gained from the war immaturity maturity that was at odds with living at home without a job and with the need for recuperation so in September. He took a fishing and camping trip with some high school friends. The back country of Michigan's upper peninsula. The trip became the inspiration for short story which was called big two hearted river in which the semi autobiographical character of Nick. Adams takes to the country to find solitude after returning from the war. Most of his books are if holy if not in part like thinly veiled biographies some where he is at the time so a family friend offered him a job in Toronto with nothing else to do accepted so late that year. He began as a freelancer and staff writer for the Toronto Star. Weekly and he returned to Michigan the following June and then moved to Chicago in September nineteen twenty two friends while still filing stories for the Toronto Star Also in Chicago. He worked as an associate editor of the monthly journal called Cooperative Commonwealth. Where he met novelist Sherwood Anderson and they became friends and they were friends for a very long time. So when Saint Louis Native Hadley. Richardson came to Chicago. To visit the sister of Hemingway's roommate. Hemingway became infatuated. He later claimed quote. I knew she was the girl I was going to marry. Hadley who is red haired with nurturing instinct was eight years older than Hemingway. He really had a thing for older ladies. So despite the age difference Headley who had grown up with an overprotective mother seemed less mature than usual for young woman. Her Age Bernice Kurt. Who is the author of the Hemingway? Women Claims Hadley was evocative vagueness but that headley had a childishness agnes lacked the two correspondent for a few months and then decided to marry and travel to Europe and they wanted to visit Rome but Sherwood Anderson convinced them to visit Paris? Instead which would become very influential. He wrote letters of introduction for the young couples they could settle in. They were married on September. Third Nineteen Twenty. One and two months later. Hemingway was hired as a foreign correspondent for the Toronto Star. And the couple left for Paris of Hemingway's marriage to Headley Myers claims with Hadley. Hemingway achieved everything he had hoped for with. Agnes the love of beautiful woman a comfortable income a life in Europe however headley was clearly more malleable than Agnes would've been presumably given her childlike nature. So she was kind of like a substitute for Agnes like willing to do what Ernest wanted. Yeah Fly ables pliable exactly so in. Paris. Hemingway met American writer and Collector Richard Stein Irish novelist James. Joyce American poet who would become kind of father figure for Ernest and other writers The Hemingway early Paris years was quote tall. Handsome Muscular broad-shouldered brown-eyed rosy-cheeked square-jawed soft voice. Young Man So he was. Can I tell you stone Cold Fox? He was good looking and he was. He was pretty handsome like until like his his death like he was a handsome guy. He was like you know. I love a square guy with a beard and Ernest. Hemingway I mean come on. He's a square guy with a beard but he was clean shaven while he was in Paris he and had lived in a small up in the Latin quarter and he worked in a rented room in a nearby building. Stein who is the bastion of modernism in Paris became Hemingway's mentor? And godmother to his son Jack She also introduced him to the ex Patriot artists and writers of the Montparnasse. Quarter who she referred to as the lost generation. A Term Hemingway popularized with the publication of the sunrises so this idea of the lost generation is basically all of these people who were affected by the First World War. They were young. They kind of came of age during the first World War and they were lost because the world is so different now and a lot of them tend to especially if they were of comfortable means traveled to different parts of the world and just kind of like try to find a place for themselves So it was kind of Romanticize as the lost generation by Gertrude Stein subsequently by hemingway a regular at Stein's salon. Hemingway met influential painters such as Pablo Picasso Joan Miro and one green and he eventually withdrew from Stein's influence and their relationship deteriorated into a literary quarrel that spanned decades so they got into a tiff and then they stop speaking for a very long time. the movie midnight in Paris. Yes with Owen. Wilson was is. I thought it was surprisingly good. And it was a very great job of describing that period of yes I bought it on. Dvd when that was still like a thing but Yeah midnight in Paris. I am certainly not somebody. Who wants to promote a woody allen film but it's very good and it does really. It's I mean it's good bit of magical realism. It's well acted and Corey stoll plays young Ernest. Hemingway and you know Corey. Stoll is like a bald actor and he was like a piece but he does a like a phenomenal hemingway impression. It's amazing so it's worth watching and Kathy Bates Plays Gertrude. Stein which is like the best casting. It's worth watching for the good casting decisions and like just like really solid impressions. That don't turn into like weird. Yeah Harry's of like you're not it gives you like a good idea of who was around then and it like if you're a visual person like being able to see these actors playing the people and then have that impress upon your brain. Yeah who was there and what they were known for. Yeah because right now like you think of all these these artists and writers and things they're kind of like larger than life and you can't really imagine these hugely influential people in their fields like hanging around and chatting and like getting drunk and like spending time in Paris it's a good illustration of that for sure. I highly recommend. Cb CAN STEAL IT..

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"hadley richardson" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

09:39 min | 1 year ago

"hadley richardson" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

"Thirty three but her family packed up and moved to Texas before she was a year. Old Pearl was not someone who enjoyed school. She almost never picked up a book and when her classwork got to be too tough she shut down completely and just stayed home. Pearl also lack direction. She wanted to sing for living and didn't care about much else. Her parents moved again when she was fourteen. This time to Saint Louis Missouri and Pearl started to take her dream a little more seriously. School was a nonstarter for her but she dove headfirst into piano and voice lessons and it seems she had a talent for both a career in music seemed like a viable future for her so when she got a little older she moved back to Illinois for more advanced vocal training from there she got a job working at a music company to make ends meet at twenty four Perlman named John Howard. Kern and the two soon got married. Neither of them were big readers but they enjoyed the occasional game of cards and lived a happy life together around July of nineteen twelve. Oh something changed in Pearl. She met a woman who had always wanted to become an author. Her name was patience and Pearl knew that she could help her. Despite having a limited education and no prior interest in reading or writing Pearl transcribed. The women's dictation onto the page. They worked together for hours at a time. Word by word as the beautiful pros took shape over the course of thirty years. Pearl and patience wrote at least seven novels as well as countless poems and short stories patients seem to have a vast knowledge of other languages different types of plants and other esoteric topics and she passed that knowledge onto. Pearl who was only too happy to assist. The two became so popular. Folks used to visit per a letter home to watch as she and patients worked out the new story or poem. Among those in attendance. Were the family of Hadley Richardson Ernest. Hemingway's first wife. Critics hailed patience is writing as vivid and descriptive. The editor of the Literary Journal. The Mirror became so enamored with her. He practically fell in love with her. He might have married her to if he had been able to see her and fortunately only Pearl was able to communicate with patients because the talented writer had died in sixteen ninety four. You see on that fateful summer night in nineteen twelve when Pearl claimed to have met patients. She and her good friend. Emily Hutchings had actually taken out. Talking Board the Communicates Emily's late father who had recently passed away. Because Emily wished to speak with him one last time it took several attempts over many nights but finally a message came through but the message spelled out did not come from. Emily's father many moons ago I lived it said and again I come. Patience worth is my name except patients. Hadn't come to talk to emily. She had chosen to speak through Pearl. Who WROTE DOWN THE SPIRITS MESSAGES? One letter at a time with the help from the talking board as news. Pearls Literary seances traveled throughout her neighborhood. Folks came to sit in her parlor and talk to patients. They'd ask her questions and she would write them poems about the topics of their choice. Pearls husband John also took copious notes during each session. If patients used a word that he didn't know he would consult his encyclopedia for a definition of course neighbors weren't the only people interested in patience and Pearl Scholars Therapists. Historians and other academics. Wanted to better understand the source of such literary skill and all kinds of answers were offered up Pearl. Was Channeling her unconscious. Mind or that. The talents of her ancestors had been passed down her Charles. Corry who headed up the philosophy department at Washington University concluded the patience was nothing more than one of Pearl's alternate personalities but none of these people had ever sat with Pearl or studied her directly their deductions came from anecdotal evidence provided by news articles and secondhand accounts. The truth is only one man ever got to sit down with Pearl. Walter Prints the head of the American Society for psychical research. Prince wasn't a man to be trifled with he had previously. Worked TO EXPOSE PSYCHIC FRAUDS alongside none other than Harry Houdini. Anyone studied by Walter. Prince was inevitably found to be a fake and despite the odds against her Pearl allowed Prince to watch read her husband's notes. He interviewed her loved ones and he attended her writing sessions and when all was said and done he declared. Pearl to be the real deal he found. No reason to believe. Patience was anything other than what her medium had claimed to be a spirit communicating with the world of the living from beyond the grave. Even today the debates over Pearl's authenticity lives on the anti spiritualism camps still considers her a fraud while her supporters want desperately to believe we can communicate with the world beyond our own. But maybe we'll eventually solve the mystery after all. We have news articles psychological analysis and her husband's own notes from all her sessions. Perhaps someday we'll be able to piece the truth together. All it might take is a little patience. Beneath the ocean's calm surface lives a world brimming with life from majestic blue whales to fear some great white sharks there exists a delegates and rich ecosystem of animals and plants. Oh Mike Anything. On land over the millennia that life has evolved and adapted to survive a changing ocean landscape but there are still traces of its history out there and we might have come face to face with that history in nineteen seventy seven. The Zoo Maru was a Japanese fishing. Trawler sailing just off the coast of New Zealand. On April twenty fifth that picked up a large unidentified carcass that was pale and decomposing. It had been discovered about nine hundred feet down much deeper than creature of that size. Should have been none of the men on the boat could figure out what it was rather than keep the dead animal and contaminate the fish. They'd already caught captain. Tanaka told his crew to toss it back into the ocean as they were swinging the crane over the deck. The ropes slipped and the carcass landed at their feet surprised by what he saw. One of the men on board who had studied oceanography pulled out his camera and started snapping. He took photos of the creature and recorded its measurements as well even sketched out what he had witnessed but his drawings invited a lot more questions than answers. The carcass had weighed almost four thousand pounds and measured roughly thirty two feet long. There had been four large fins on its side a neck of about five feet long and a six and a half foot long tail. Its internal organs. Had all been eaten out or rotted away but there was still skin on its bones. They dubbed their discovery nessie based on its resemblance to Scotland's famous Loch ness monster and then they tossed it overboard. The photographer later hitched a ride on another boats and returned to Japan. As soon as he stepped foot on dry land he used the fishing companies dark room to develop his photos. He showed his findings to the owner of the company with outsourced analysis to local biologists. The photos worked enough for any of them to identify conclusively but they had their ideas. A press conference was held by company executives to let the world know about their discovery as a result more scientists came forward with answers of their own ave person a scientist from Sweden determined that what the crew had found was nothing more than a dead basking shark. It might have been bigger than most others but it wasn't anything unusual. According to an article in New Scientist magazine. Further analysis of the evidence seemed to confirm their assumptions when basking shark decomposed. It's lower jaw and Finns. Were the first to go. What got left behind looked like a very long neck with ahead on top but not everyone agreed to Japanese. Professors had a much different interpretation of the evidence to them. The animal in the photographs from the ship looked nothing like a shark decomposing or otherwise. There were four well defined fins along neck and a long tail and the anatomical drawings seem to corroborate that belief although no skin or tissue samples were taken. The pictures clearly showed evidence of red flesh in large nostrils on the front of its drooping head also. This carcass had been found floating thirty miles off the coast. Most dead sharks typically washed ashore before decomposing but ones that didn't had never been found as deep as nine hundred feet under the ocean. The professors concluded that what they were really dealing with was a creature no one had ever laid eyes on because it had gone extinct millions of years before they believed as crazy as it might sound that the carcass dredged from the depths of the ocean wasn't a basking shark at all but a prehistoric creature from the Mesozoic era. A police he a sore. I hope you've enjoyed today's guided tour of the cabinet of curiosities. Subscribe for free on Apple podcasts or learn more about the show by visiting curiosities. Podcast DOT COM. The show was created by me. Aaron McKie in partnership with how stuff works. I make another award. Winning show called. Lor which is a podcast book series and Television. Show and you can learn all about it over at the world of Lor Dot Com and until next time stay curious..

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"hadley richardson" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

08:35 min | 1 year ago

"hadley richardson" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Welcome to the PODCAST. I'm holly FRY and I'm Tracy Bule said Tracy everybody's heard the name Ernest Hemingway. Most people have heard of him. Yeah they may not have read his work or maybe they did And his life is pretty well known and well documented because he was so famous even his own time but his brother is another story. But Lester and that is spelled the same way that the city in England is felt but it is pronounced lester similarly much younger than his famous. Sibling has quite a story of his own. And it is as you'll see a life very much lived in relation to his brother in some ways his identity growing up was. I'm Hemingway's little brother. We're going to talk about the biography that he wrote about Ernest in really anything about himself is through the lens of how his brother influenced him or how it related to his brother. It really was not until after. Ernest Hemingway's death. That Lester made his boldest moves in life And we're GONNA talk about all that as a heads up as you may or may not know if you know any details about Hemingway's life and the Hemingway family. They're going to be several instances of suicide that we talked about in. Today's show not ingred detail but they do come up as elements that happened along the way so unless there was born on April first nineteen fifteen his brother Ernest. Who would become just wildly? Famous was already sixteen years old. The family was living in the oak park suburb of Chicago at the time. The oldest of the Hemingway Siblings was their sister. Marceline who was born a year before Ernest in eighteen ninety eight they also had two sisters Ursula born in nineteen. Oh two and Matalin. Who was called Sunny born in one thousand nine four another daughter? Carol came along in Nineteen. Eleven so Lester. Was the baby of the family also unplanned. His father was clearance edmonds. Hemingway and his mother was grace. Ernestine hall the Hemingway's were supporters of the arts and of missionary efforts and Clarence founded a local chapter of the Agassi's society which was focused on collecting and studying natural objects. They are also very interested in science in the natural world. Clarence was a doctor and he worked for several insurance companies as their medical examiner while also leading the Obstetrics Department at Oak Park Hospital. There's a a moment in the biography letter wrote that he was also working for a dairy as like their physical exam guy for their employees and Greece had been on the cusp of what could have potentially been pretty successful career as a singer when she decided to give that up and instead Mary clearance and start a family. And that is something that according to Lester nagged at her for rest of her life and she wondered what could have been according to Leicester's biography of his brother which we'll talk about later in the episode. Ernest was very much a father figure to his much younger sibling. Ernest did everything from changing diapers. The teaching him how to shoot and fish and fight he also gave his little brother one of a lot of nicknames that he would use throughout their relationship. That was the Baron. Grace was also assisted by a number of nurses and servants. She was not particularly interested. In the more domestic aspects family life. They were able to afford help sometimes. Hiring students on summer breaks to assist them. Yeah Greece was not so interested in cooking and housework. And I mean if you can afford to do that and you don't like to do it go you In his very young years. Lester saw his older brother start his career as a writer taking his first job as a police reporter at the Kansas City Star through a family connection and then Ernest moved quickly onto joining the American Red Cross Field Service to join the war effort during World War One Ernest had actually wanted to go straight into the war from school but their father forbade it It is very clear through all of this and really the entire biography that he wrote that Lester idolized his big brother. Ernest was injured by a mortar. Shell while distributing cigarettes and chocolate to the men on the front lines in Italy during the war. He managed to carry an injured soldier on his back to the aid station before he passed out. And that was that was made even more impressive because he was hit by two bullets from machine gun along the way his legs had also taken most of the blast from the mortar. For years. This incident grew in its telling in public circles and it was something that Ernest seemed to even encourage in correcting any of them. But Lester in writing about it. Set the record straight that. His brother had not taken hundreds of bullets to the groin or had any kind of mental or emotional breakdown as a result of this incident Ernest leader referenced and kind of fueled this rumor that his genitalia had been irreversibly injured in the writing of his character. Jake in his novel the Sun also rises so he definitely kind of enjoyed the oversized versions of the story. That went around. Ernest was seriously injured and he required several months to recover but he did return home. He was hailed as a war hero and Lester would. Later write of it quote. It was pretty glorious stuff being kid brother to the guy who had personally helped make the world safe for democracy when Ernest and his first wife Hadley. Richardson traveled to Europe. Lester wrote him what he described as fan mail. That struck me as so interesting That he calls it that but clearly very adoring of his brother in the fall of Nineteen ninety-six Leicester's grandfather. On the Hemingway side passed away and it was the first of many events that culminated in a depression for their father Clarence soon after. Ernest wrote till the family that he and his wife are separated amicably and they were getting a divorce. This was something. Clarence was very upset by. He told Lester who is just a little over eleven years old. At the time you know of course that your brother has brought great shame on the family by divorcing Hadley. Don't you earnest's rapid second marriage to Pauline pfeiffer? Who became pregnant soon after the wedding was another blue. Even though the Hemingway's loved Pauline. And we're happy to welcome a new grandchild ernest sort of insulted. His who as we said earlier was an obstetrician by asking kind of pointed questions about the quality of the hospital where he was working as he. Pauline tried to decide where they were going to have the baby yet. It's interesting. There is a letter in this biography. That Lester publishes. He doesn't publish any of his brothers letters. Which will talk about in a moment but the letter that clearance wrote back to him is very polite and he kind of is like. Oh yeah the hospitals here by not do for you? Maybe you'd be better off having the baby elsewhere in. It sounds very polite and not upset but Lester is very clear that his father was really injured and heartbroken that the quality of the care that he was part of was questioned in this way additionally there is some ongoing strife between Ernest and clearance even though his eldest son was making a name for himself as a writer and was lauded as one of the great literary voices of the Time. By this point clearance and grease just didn't understand earnest's work and they often did not like it when they read it that coupled with their ongoing dismay about ernest life choices head really put a strain on the father son relationship then is nine hundred. Twenty eight played out clearance. Had A run a bad luck. He'd invested in property in Florida. Planning it as a retirement destination but then the bottom dropped out of the real estate market in Florida. The property was significantly devalued. The Hemingway's owed a lot more on it than it was worth and clearance was not going to be able to set up a retirement practice there several months later clearance was diagnosed with diabetes. This was something he had suspected for a while but he had put off getting tested. It's one of those The Cobbler's children have no shoes situation. He is one of those doctors that did not want to go to the doctor These events all accumulated at Leicester described in his writing clearance having a quote serious loss of morale and it was something he also called an emotional illness. On the morning of December Sixth Nineteen Twenty eight clearance burned a few of his personal items and papers and then he retired to an upstairs bedroom and he shot himself in the midst of the households grief in turmoil. Ernest had traveled in to manage the funeral arrangements and some other business. He told Lester who at this point was thirteen that eight. He should not cry. That the Hemingway's did not cry. Just kind of a horrible emotional burden to give.

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"hadley richardson" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

11:19 min | 1 year ago

"hadley richardson" Discussed on Historical Figures

"Cafe e lead chuck a lot though in Yori multiple nomadic on perhaps alcohol Parmi pay a medic on on a vote. TROPPO INTELLIGENT MIA madre ditching shaken by the mortars. No doubt have no fear though tonight nothing Out The sort Cherie chess but it they they medicom not likely. I think something's hit my legs. God the blood must go. Red Cross did not sign you up to die for us. Unfortunately it did tell Ya know. Now gimme your damn hand. We're GONNA crawl out of this mess. If it kills US and kill him almost did Hemingway's act of Heroism Zero Ism just a month into his tour under the Red Cross earned in the Italian silver medal of bravery at eighteen years old however the shrapnel hits taken to both his legs were a harsh cost young ernest was shipped back to Milan. Where surgery saved his ability to walk? Still it took six months to recover any semblance of normality malady. But leave it to Hemingway to get down to romance while under duress during his stay in Milan he met and seduced his older nurse. Agnes von Kurowski agnes became the prime inspiration. For one of Hemingway's most famous characters. Catherine Barkley from a farewell to arms agnes was earnest's first great love and when the time came for his return to America he refused to let their connection die goodness ernest. You're drunk on your beautiful. Well hope you had a sloppy must be America calling out. You shouldn't drink. You're still on medication. I'm disappointed agnes. It has a nurse at the front. You must know what the most important medication of all this. None of that on the street. No Oh why the secrets anymore were to be married. Aren't we all we OUGHTA. Don't be coy. You accepted my proposal two nights before sealy boy. If I knew all that was waiting for me across the sea I would have made this journey ages ago and you definitely would've died then. Do not pretend not love me. Agnes I know you do. It would be hard not to my idea. Promise me I'll settle back into Chicago. I'll send for you. My parents will be amazed that they will be. Please Watch your today because as you move about. Forget my legs I I know only you promise me agnes I promise silly boy. I plum Earn assailed home with dreams in his head dreams that were quickly. Vanquished wants back in America Ernest. Receive word from Agnes Agnes that she had married an Italian officer. There loves possibility was simply and illusion of war. This shook ernest to his core stranded back at his parents house with two bum. Legs no prospects. He nearly drifted away at the last moment. Three things saved him a job offer a new city and the girl who reminded him of that beautiful nurse. He lost to time in one thousand nine hundred twenty ernest. Hemingway met Hadley Richardson a vivacious. Girl from Saint Louis much like Agnes. She was older than Ernest. Unlike agnes she did not have the good sense to perhaps not marry a guy you met a few months ago. Their engagement came quicker than in his entire relationship with Agnes and freshly equipped with a new posting as a foreign correspondent for the Toronto Star newspaper Hadley and Ernest took their lives to Paris. If he could not have a European girl he would have a city in her place. Although the move was justified by favourable exchange rate for American cash Hemingway's ulterior career. Motives soon became clear perhaps inspired by his war. Comrade John Dos Passos. Hemingway came to Paris for the culture specifically the art and literature. That you're seeing gathering around a peculiar American expats home. The Salon of Gertrude. Stein around comes Joyce once more out of his Gaelic Gaelic mine on Sangria pissing on the print. She stole from Picasso itself because at this sounds vaguely to take gets not one of his best. This is incredible Sherwood was right. Had this room is the center of the city again. Mr Pound and Mr Joyce. The stories are wonderful but everyone might actually like to hear themselves. Think now why here themselves when they can hear me. Perhaps they'd like to make a proper introduction to everyone our new guests tonight Hadley and Ernest Hemingway. We'd like to express how pleased we are to be here. Pleased have we are scholar here. This is not the university son and certainly. Isn't the only three quarters of the people here. Alcoholics out to drink to that. We'll return to our story in just a moment. Hi It's Carter. Sure you're a fan of true crime but are you ready to put your skills to the test and be crowned undisputed expert. Then try your hand at par cast new Trivia. PODCAST killer knowledge. Join me every Tuesday as to competitors go head to head to to correctly answer multiple choice true crime questions. Whoever gained the most points after twenty questions wins? It's all the murder mystery and suspense suspense. You've come to expect from podcast now. In a fast paced interactive format each episode dives deep into different shocking topic from history such says the Manson family Jimmy Hoffa and even the Jonestown massacre with each question and answer comes additional context surrounding the event enlightening even the most most knowledgeable true crime lover. You can play by yourself. Challenge your friends and prove your prowess by sharing results with Park. Cast on social media you. You never know you may even find yourself in the hot seat one day. Follow killer knowledge free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts now back to the life of Ernest Hemingway Ernest. I'd love to chat for a moment. Of course I hear you've come to Paris to right. Well I've been tinkering with the thought. I respect the idea. Is it play over here but I think the American style Exa a strong clear perspective your inner journalist coming out no not like that but the words used to convey the news can be reimagined reapplied side two fiction to the inner self well and never thought of it quite that way but yes I've read a few of your pieces all right then you have touch earnest and meeting makes it clear to me your one of my lost. Excuse me you you hold it well but the world has shaken. The most recent generation caused them to lose a step some in the process however gained a slight insight a lost generation the lost generation. You see that in me enough to turn the pages yes I do in the Montparnasse quarter were Stein lived. She gathered together. The greatest minds of this lost generation and fostered an artistic culture that would resonate for decades. It's it was during these years as argued with Ezra pound drank with James Joyce and studied under Gertrude. Stein that Hemingway's signature style came into existence stance. Hemingway himself later described it as the iceberg or theory of omission instead of diving deep into the emotions the romantics or or engaging in deep psychological deconstruction of characters hemingway brought his journalistic skill of brevity to the page by saying the absolute bare minimum about out characters and crafting simple description of setting and plot. Hemingway believed he could focus the reader's attention onto filling out the outlines themselves so basically Gli. He believed that by showing as little as possible. The audience would actually be able to perceive the emotional enormity of esteems stories to give them a spiny sense for detecting protecting the full iceberg. That is human existence. Hemingway style perfectly sinked with the modernistic artistic movement of time putting together the transatlantic antic review with Ezra pound and others. Hemingway began releasing his short stories. His first story Indian camp was about a boy forced to watch his father. Perform an emergency agency c-section on a native American woman themes of death life and women were already at the forefront of his mind. The modernist audience responded very well so so much. So that after befriending F Scott Fitzgerald who had just found great success with the Great Gatsby. Hemingway decided that a novel was also his next mountain to climb on his professional. Life was not the only thing influx Hadley was a lively companion for Ernest in these European days and they would often travel with friends is to pimp blown a Spain for the festivity of the bullfights they had their first child in nineteen. twenty-three named John Hadley Nick Noor. After his mother and earnest's is favorite. bullfighter gertrude. Stein became the child's godmother but his earnest reputation increased. He found himself increasingly at odds with his motherly mentor. This initial dispute dispute evolved into a decade-long scandal regarding who truly coined the term loss generation young vain and arrogant and his new-found dominance of the local scene. Hemingway was happy to claim it for himself in front of the press and as he wrapped up work on his first novel the Sun also rises inspired by Hadley and his travels to Pamplona and channeling the weariness and Philistine nature of the loss generation. Hemingway found a stronger source of support from a friend named Pauline pfeiffer. We're Hadley Hadley hoped. Ernest would be more selective and cautious in his choice of publisher. Pauline thought the novel needed to be released as soon as possible. So earnest took the first offer given to him followed quickly by a divorce. Order from Hadley. Hemingway was married to pauline within months of a separation old ernest. Never want to rush into things. All of this occurred as the sun also rises became a sensation. It contained many elements considered scandalous for the time it detailed the excessive lifestyle of the lost generation. They're drinking partying and sex in fact. The novel drew criticism from his own friends as hemingway had clearly based the characters and their dirty little secrets on people. Well he knew Hemingway's mother was not a fan either hoping he would go back to the less sensationalist pursuit of journalism. Yeah on the world. Stage it struck a modernist dischord critic Henry. James Believed Hemingway's writing was an echo of the effects of world. War One that in his words hemingway saw.

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"hadley richardson" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

09:19 min | 1 year ago

"hadley richardson" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

"Amelia earhart the tomb of Genghis Khan American labor. Union leader Jimmy Hoffa for and so many more. Just because something has gone doesn't mean it can't be found. Follow gone free on spotify or wherever you listen into podcasts. On a busy weekday morning in the winter of nineteen twenty twenty to thirty one year old Hadley. Richardson held her hat to her head. As she passed through the gates of the Gear de Leon the infamous Paris railway station was bustling. She was traveling alone off to meet her husband. Who had been away on business? She carried an overnight bag and a small mall suitcase filled with precious materials. A porter examined the woman's ticket and offered to help her bags. She politely accepted and followed. Followed him to her seat. Once she was situated Hadley worried that she didn't have enough provision for the eight hour. Ride ahead she got up from her chair. Bear leaving her suitcases behind. She wouldn't be gone for more than a few minutes. Heavily exited the train and quickly purchased a bottle of water and a small snack to get her through the long journey from France to Switzerland. She gathered her supplies and made her way back to the locomotive but when she he returned to her seat her heart sank into her stomach. Her suitcase was no longer wear. She'd left it. She frantically hailed the porter praying that the bag had simply been misplaced. The train pulled out of the station together Hadley sadly in. The porter searched every car but the suitcase was nowhere to be found. Hadley cried for the entire eight hours of that journey. She was terrified of telling her husband. Ernest Hemingway that all of his works to date had been stolen due to her negligence. The contents of that suitcase would never resurface. And because of it. Hemingway suffered a traumatic loss. One that would inspire inspire him to change the landscape of American literature. Welcome to gone a park against original. I'm Ali and I'm Richard. Every other Monday we examined examined mysterious disappearances and the theories they spawned from the amber room to Michael Rockefeller Cosso paintings to the entrusting language the roanoke colony to the loss. Russian cosmonauts. If it's gone we're looking for it. You can find all episodes of gone and all other podcasts originals. For Free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream gone for free on spotify just open the APP and type gun in the search bar at podcast. Were grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network. And if you enjoyed today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review. Wherever you're listening? It really does help today. We're looking at the mystery behind. Ernest Hemingway's lost manuscripts. In one thousand nine hundred ninety two. His wife packed a bag with every scrap of writing he'd composed to date then. The valise vanished without a trace. That unforgettable forgettable train ride would haunt earnest and heavily equally for the rest of their lives every one of Ernest short stories along with the beginning of his war memoir went missing that November afternoon. In one thousand nine hundred ninety two no matter where they looked or what leads. They followed Hemingway never. I saw his mainly scripts again so instead the hunt for his missing materials turned into a search inside of himself born in eighteen ninety nine ernest. Hemingway was a child of the new century. Raised in a period of rapid progress address early on his mother exposed him to a life of art and culture through her work as an opera singer and painter his father. A successful accessible doctor introduced him to fishing and the great outdoors. Hemingway gained a strong sense of traditional masculinity as he was taught how to build L. to fire hunt and shoot a gun in his early years. But those weren't his only interests in nineteen o five six year-old Hemingway Develop Philip an affinity for literature as soon as he learned to read he devoured Robinson crusoe and other tales of travel and adventure by by age fifteen. Hemingway began writing short stories of his own. He also developed an interest in becoming a reporter but his high school graduation situation came closer. Hemingway opted not to go off to college instead he wanted to be the hero of his own story and travel the world When World War One broke out in the US joined the fight in one thousand nine hundred seventeen eighteen year old? Hemingway big his parents to let him join the army. The idea of seeing new countries while carrying a rifle sounded like a much more experiential form of education but a childhood is injury and the insistence of his parents kept hemingway from fully achieving this goal instead he went to work as a reporter order for the Kansas City Star. Traveling around the state looking for a scoop was enough to satiate his wunderlist with his first paid writing job secured secured. Hemingway was now making a total of fifteen dollars a week. The equivalent of three hundred twenty five dollars today but the true value of the experience experience was the wisdom he received from his boss and mentor. CGP Wellington the style sheet for the newspaper read used news short sentences US short first paragraphs US vigorous English be positive not negative. In fact taming wake continued to use this mentality throughout his career. The author took pride in his ability to direct and unadorned while still succinctly conveying emotion. He enjoyed his work as a field reporter honing his craft and witnessing stories firsthand he often received invitations. -tations to ride around in police. Cars or the occasional ambulance but deep down he longed for a different kind of adventure. This inspired hemingway to become a volunteer rescue driver. For the Red Cross in Italy he would essentially be an ambulance driver on world world. War ones frontlines in nineteen eighteen. The eighteen year old finally set sail for Europe encountering brutal weather and multiple bouts of seasickness seasickness along the way one night while stationed info salted the PR V.. Italy hemingway was overcome with a momentary fit of boredom boredom and decided to take stroll down to the battlefield. Soon opposing soldiers began to fire and hemingway instinctively grabbed a gun I and joined the battle after a deafening blast was momentarily blinded as his is refocused. He saw another of his fellow soldiers lying beside him severely wounded. Hemingway tossed the comrade over his shoulder and carried the bloody commando back to their post along the way hemingway took a shot to the knee running on adrenaline. He made it back to the camp. During subsequent medical treatment. Meant he had twenty eight pieces of shrapnel and a handful of machine gun bullets extracted from his limb then he documented commended every moment of the nearly deadly experience. In fact Hemingway thoroughly recorded every day of combat. He filled journals Arnold's with his experiences vividly capturing the bloodshed heartbreak and heroism of his fellow soldiers. He hoped that the stories he recorded boarded. Could one day be used to write a great novel and Sell Hemingway's. Diaries became some of his most prized possessions throughout his service but when twenty year old hemingway returned home from the front lines in nineteen nineteen. He struggled with feelings of loneliness. The usually usually charismatic young man now felt completely disconnected from the world around him and it wasn't until nineteen twenty that hemingway finally only began to feel like himself again..

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"hadley richardson" Discussed on GONE

"On a busy weekday morning in the winter of nineteen twenty to thirty one year old Hadley. Richardson held her hat. Got To her head as she passed through the gates of the guerre de Leon the infamous Paris railway station was bustling. She was traveling alone. Often meet her husband who had been away on business. She carried an overnight bag and a small suitcase filled with precious materials. A porter are examined the woman's ticket and offered to help with her bags. She politely accepted and followed him to her seat. Once she was situated Hadley aptly worried that she didn't have enough provision for the eight hour. Ride ahead she got up from her chair leaving her suitcases behind. She wouldn't be gone for more than a few minutes. Hadley exited the train and quickly purchased a bottle of water and a small snack to get her through the long journey from France to Switzerland Toland. She gathered her supplies and made her way back to the locomotive but when she returned to her seat her heart sank into her stomach. Her suitcase was no longer wear. She'd left it. She frantically hailed the porter praying that the bag had simply been misplaced. The train pulled out of the station. Together Hadley in the porter searched every car but the suitcase was nowhere to be found. Hadley cried for the entire eight hours of that journey. She was terrified of telling her husband. Ernest Hemingway way that all of his works dade had been stolen due to her negligence. The contents of that suitcase would never resurface. And because of it. Hemingway suffered a traumatic loss. One that would inspire him to change the landscape of American literature. Richard Welcome to gone along park against original. I'm molly and I'm Richard. Every other Monday we examined mysterious disappearances and the theories they spawned from the amber room to Michael Rockefeller Cosso paintings to the trust in language the roanoke colony to the lost Russian cosmonauts. If it's it's gone we're looking for it. You can find all episodes of gone and all other podcast originals for free on spotify. Or wherever. You listen to podcasts. Stream gone for free on spotify. Just open the APP and type gone in the search bar at podcast. Were grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network. And if if you enjoyed today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review. Wherever you're listening? It really does help today. We're looking at the mystery. History behind Ernest Hemingway's lost manuscripts in nineteen twenty to his wife packed bag with every scrap of writing he'd composed to date then. The valise vanished without a trace. That unforgettable train ride would haunt earnest and heavily equally for the rest of their lives every one of Ernest short stories along with the beginning of his war memoir went missing that November afternoon in nineteen twenty two no matter where they looked or what leads. They followed. Hemingway never saw his manuscripts again so instead the hunt and for his missing materials turned into a search inside of himself born in eighteen ninety nine nine ernest. Hemingway was a child of the new century. Raised in a period of rapid progress early on his mother exposed him to a life of art art and culture through her work as an opera singer and painter his father. A successful doctor introduced him to fishing in the great outdoors first. Hemingway gained a strong sense of traditional masculinity as he was taught how to build a fire hunt and shoot a gun in his early years but those weren't his only interests in one thousand nine hundred five six year old. Hemingway developed an affinity for literature as soon as he learned to read read he devoured Robinson crusoe and other tales of travel and adventure by age. Fifteen Hemingway began writing short stories of of his own. He also developed an interest in becoming a reporter but his high school graduation came closer. Hemingway opted not to go off to college college instead. He wanted to be the hero of his own story and travel the world so when World War One broke out in the. US has joined the fight in one thousand nine hundred seventeen eighteen year old. Hemingway begged his parents to let him join the army the idea of seeing new countries. He's while carrying a rifle. Santa like a much more experiential form of education but a childhood injury and the insistence of his parents kept kept hemingway from fully achieving this goal instead he went to work as a reporter for the Kansas City Star. Traveling around the state looking for for a scoop was enough to satiate his wunderlist with his first paid writing job secured. Hemingway was now making a total of fifteen dollars week. The equivalent of three hundred twenty five dollars today but the true value of the experience was the wisdom he received from his boss and Mentor Seiji. Wellington the style sheet for the newspaper read use short sentences US short first paragraphs US vigorous English be positive not negative in fact hemingway continued to use this mentality throughout his career. The author took pride in his ability to be direct and unadorned while still succinctly conveying emotion. He enjoyed his work as a field. Reporter quarter honing his craft and witnessing stories firsthand. He often received invitations to right around police. Cars or the occasional ambulance ambulance but deep down he longed for a different kind of adventure. This inspired hemingway to become a volunteer rescue. EXCU driver for the Red Cross in Italy he would essentially be an ambulance driver on world. War ones frontlines. In one thousand nine hundred eighteen the eighteen eighteen year old finally set sail for Europe encountering brutal weather and multiple bouts of seasickness along the way one night while stationed Info Salta D. p. r. v.. Italy hemingway was overcome with a momentary fit of boredom and decided to take a stroll down to the battlefield. Soon opposing soldiers began to fire and hemingway instinctively grabbed a gun in joined the battle after a deafening blast. It was momentarily blinded as his is refocused. He saw another of his fellow soldiers lying beside him severely wounded. Hemingway tossed the comrade over his shoulder and carry the bloody commando back to their post along the way hemingway took a shot to the knee running on adrenaline. He made it back to the camp during subsequent medical treatment. He had twenty eight pieces of shrapnel and a handful of machine gun bullets extracted from his limb. Then key documented every moment of the nearly deadly experience in fact hemingway thoroughly recorded every day of combat. He filled journals with his experiences vividly. Capturing the bloodshed heartbreak and heroism of his fellow soldiers. He hoped that the stories he recorded. Could one day be used to write a great novel and so- L. Hemingway's. Diaries became some of his most prized possessions throughout his service. But when twenty year old hemingway returned home from the front lines things in one thousand nine hundred nineteen. He struggled with feelings of loneliness. The usually charismatic young man now felt completely disconnected. It did from the world around him and it wasn't until nineteen twenty that hemingway finally began to feel like himself again. It wasn't because he changed it because the world changed around him. The war was finally over and ringing in the New Year also meant ringing. Being in a wave of cultural change. People were moving out of the suburbs an into cities commercial radio and motion pictures. Were laying the foundation sure pop culture wages increased and prices fell leading to a spike in consumerism. Women cut their hair. They smoked. They they drink. They were sexually liberated. The average American had more money than ever before to spend and they chose to do so on jazz. Cars ariss ready to wear clothes home appliances and the illegal consumption of alcohol. They openly violated prohibition during Lavish offish parties in the fall of nineteen twenty twenty one year old Ernest. Hemingway met a beautiful woman eight years his senior at one of these us. tentation gatherings twenty. Nine year old Hadley. Richardson was talented musician. WHO seemed to lose sensuality shoe? -ality hemingway was immediately drawn to her and she was equally taken with him in less than a year. The couple decided to marry and start author lines over in Paris France Paris in the nineteen twenties was known as an artist. Playground the full or crazy years in French were coming to ahead which meant cultural social and artistic collaboration specifically among the youth here the rent was lower. The booze was legal and the young artists were not only accepted but encouraged to experiment and thrive. It was exactly exactly the environment where a burgeoning author link Ernest. Hemingway could flourish. The newlyweds began their new.

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10:55 min | 1 year ago

"hadley richardson" Discussed on GONE

"On a busy weekday morning in the winter of nineteen twenty to thirty one year old Hadley. Richardson held her hat. Got To her head as she passed through the gates of the guerre de Leon the infamous Paris railway station was bustling. She was traveling alone. Often meet her husband who had been away on business. She carried an overnight bag and a small suitcase filled with precious materials. A porter are examined the woman's ticket and offered to help with her bags. She politely accepted and followed him to her seat. Once she was situated Hadley aptly worried that she didn't have enough provision for the eight hour. Ride ahead she got up from her chair leaving her suitcases behind. She wouldn't be gone for more than a few minutes. Hadley exited the train and quickly purchased a bottle of water and a small snack to get her through the long journey from France to Switzerland Toland. She gathered her supplies and made her way back to the locomotive but when she returned to her seat her heart sank into her stomach. Her suitcase was no longer wear. She'd left it. She frantically hailed the porter praying that the bag had simply been misplaced. The train pulled out of the station. Together Hadley in the porter searched every car but the suitcase was nowhere to be found. Hadley cried for the entire eight hours of that journey. She was terrified of telling her husband. Ernest Hemingway way that all of his works dade had been stolen due to her negligence. The contents of that suitcase would never resurface. And because of it. Hemingway suffered a traumatic loss. One that would inspire him to change the landscape of American literature. Richard Welcome to gone along park against original. I'm molly and I'm Richard. Every other Monday we examined mysterious disappearances and the theories they spawned from the amber room to Michael Rockefeller Cosso paintings to the trust in language the roanoke colony to the lost Russian cosmonauts. If it's it's gone we're looking for it. You can find all episodes of gone and all other podcast originals for free on spotify. Or wherever. You listen to podcasts. Stream gone for free on spotify. Just open the APP and type gone in the search bar at podcast. Were grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network. And if if you enjoyed today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review. Wherever you're listening? It really does help today. We're looking at the mystery. History behind Ernest Hemingway's lost manuscripts in nineteen twenty to his wife packed bag with every scrap of writing he'd composed to date then. The valise vanished without a trace. That unforgettable train ride would haunt earnest and heavily equally for the rest of their lives every one of Ernest short stories along with the beginning of his war memoir went missing that November afternoon in nineteen twenty two no matter where they looked or what leads. They followed. Hemingway never saw his manuscripts again so instead the hunt and for his missing materials turned into a search inside of himself born in eighteen ninety nine nine ernest. Hemingway was a child of the new century. Raised in a period of rapid progress early on his mother exposed him to a life of art art and culture through her work as an opera singer and painter his father. A successful doctor introduced him to fishing in the great outdoors first. Hemingway gained a strong sense of traditional masculinity as he was taught how to build a fire hunt and shoot a gun in his early years but those weren't his only interests in one thousand nine hundred five six year old. Hemingway developed an affinity for literature as soon as he learned to read read he devoured Robinson crusoe and other tales of travel and adventure by age. Fifteen Hemingway began writing short stories of of his own. He also developed an interest in becoming a reporter but his high school graduation came closer. Hemingway opted not to go off to college college instead. He wanted to be the hero of his own story and travel the world so when World War One broke out in the. US has joined the fight in one thousand nine hundred seventeen eighteen year old. Hemingway begged his parents to let him join the army the idea of seeing new countries. He's while carrying a rifle. Santa like a much more experiential form of education but a childhood injury and the insistence of his parents kept kept hemingway from fully achieving this goal instead he went to work as a reporter for the Kansas City Star. Traveling around the state looking for for a scoop was enough to satiate his wunderlist with his first paid writing job secured. Hemingway was now making a total of fifteen dollars week. The equivalent of three hundred twenty five dollars today but the true value of the experience was the wisdom he received from his boss and Mentor Seiji. Wellington the style sheet for the newspaper read use short sentences US short first paragraphs US vigorous English be positive not negative in fact hemingway continued to use this mentality throughout his career. The author took pride in his ability to be direct and unadorned while still succinctly conveying emotion. He enjoyed his work as a field. Reporter quarter honing his craft and witnessing stories firsthand. He often received invitations to right around police. Cars or the occasional ambulance ambulance but deep down he longed for a different kind of adventure. This inspired hemingway to become a volunteer rescue. EXCU driver for the Red Cross in Italy he would essentially be an ambulance driver on world. War ones frontlines. In one thousand nine hundred eighteen the eighteen eighteen year old finally set sail for Europe encountering brutal weather and multiple bouts of seasickness along the way one night while stationed Info Salta D. p. r. v.. Italy hemingway was overcome with a momentary fit of boredom and decided to take a stroll down to the battlefield. Soon opposing soldiers began to fire and hemingway instinctively grabbed a gun in joined the battle after a deafening blast. It was momentarily blinded as his is refocused. He saw another of his fellow soldiers lying beside him severely wounded. Hemingway tossed the comrade over his shoulder and carry the bloody commando back to their post along the way hemingway took a shot to the knee running on adrenaline. He made it back to the camp during subsequent medical treatment. He had twenty eight pieces of shrapnel and a handful of machine gun bullets extracted from his limb. Then key documented every moment of the nearly deadly experience in fact hemingway thoroughly recorded every day of combat. He filled journals with his experiences vividly. Capturing the bloodshed heartbreak and heroism of his fellow soldiers. He hoped that the stories he recorded. Could one day be used to write a great novel and so- L. Hemingway's. Diaries became some of his most prized possessions throughout his service. But when twenty year old hemingway returned home from the front lines things in one thousand nine hundred nineteen. He struggled with feelings of loneliness. The usually charismatic young man now felt completely disconnected. It did from the world around him and it wasn't until nineteen twenty that hemingway finally began to feel like himself again. It wasn't because he changed it because the world changed around him. The war was finally over and ringing in the New Year also meant ringing. Being in a wave of cultural change. People were moving out of the suburbs an into cities commercial radio and motion pictures. Were laying the foundation sure pop culture wages increased and prices fell leading to a spike in consumerism. Women cut their hair. They smoked. They they drink. They were sexually liberated. The average American had more money than ever before to spend and they chose to do so on jazz. Cars ariss ready to wear clothes home appliances and the illegal consumption of alcohol. They openly violated prohibition during Lavish offish parties in the fall of nineteen twenty twenty one year old Ernest. Hemingway met a beautiful woman eight years his senior at one of these us. tentation gatherings twenty. Nine year old Hadley. Richardson was talented musician. WHO seemed to lose sensuality shoe? -ality hemingway was immediately drawn to her and she was equally taken with him in less than a year. The couple decided to marry and start author lines over in Paris France Paris in the nineteen twenties was known as an artist. Playground the full or crazy years in French were coming to ahead which meant cultural social and artistic collaboration specifically among the youth here the rent was lower. The booze was legal and the young artists were not only accepted but encouraged to experiment and thrive. It was exactly exactly the environment where a burgeoning author link Ernest. Hemingway could flourish. The newlyweds began their new.

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"hadley richardson" Discussed on GONE

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10:55 min | 1 year ago

"hadley richardson" Discussed on GONE

"On a busy weekday morning in the winter of nineteen twenty to thirty one year old Hadley. Richardson held her hat. Got To her head as she passed through the gates of the guerre de Leon the infamous Paris railway station was bustling. She was traveling alone. Often meet her husband who had been away on business. She carried an overnight bag and a small suitcase filled with precious materials. A porter are examined the woman's ticket and offered to help with her bags. She politely accepted and followed him to her seat. Once she was situated Hadley aptly worried that she didn't have enough provision for the eight hour. Ride ahead she got up from her chair leaving her suitcases behind. She wouldn't be gone for more than a few minutes. Hadley exited the train and quickly purchased a bottle of water and a small snack to get her through the long journey from France to Switzerland Toland. She gathered her supplies and made her way back to the locomotive but when she returned to her seat her heart sank into her stomach. Her suitcase was no longer wear. She'd left it. She frantically hailed the porter praying that the bag had simply been misplaced. The train pulled out of the station. Together Hadley in the porter searched every car but the suitcase was nowhere to be found. Hadley cried for the entire eight hours of that journey. She was terrified of telling her husband. Ernest Hemingway way that all of his works dade had been stolen due to her negligence. The contents of that suitcase would never resurface. And because of it. Hemingway suffered a traumatic loss. One that would inspire him to change the landscape of American literature. Richard Welcome to gone along park against original. I'm molly and I'm Richard. Every other Monday we examined mysterious disappearances and the theories they spawned from the amber room to Michael Rockefeller Cosso paintings to the trust in language the roanoke colony to the lost Russian cosmonauts. If it's it's gone we're looking for it. You can find all episodes of gone and all other podcast originals for free on spotify. Or wherever. You listen to podcasts. Stream gone for free on spotify. Just open the APP and type gone in the search bar at podcast. Were grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network. And if if you enjoyed today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review. Wherever you're listening? It really does help today. We're looking at the mystery. History behind Ernest Hemingway's lost manuscripts in nineteen twenty to his wife packed bag with every scrap of writing he'd composed to date then. The valise vanished without a trace. That unforgettable train ride would haunt earnest and heavily equally for the rest of their lives every one of Ernest short stories along with the beginning of his war memoir went missing that November afternoon in nineteen twenty two no matter where they looked or what leads. They followed. Hemingway never saw his manuscripts again so instead the hunt and for his missing materials turned into a search inside of himself born in eighteen ninety nine nine ernest. Hemingway was a child of the new century. Raised in a period of rapid progress early on his mother exposed him to a life of art art and culture through her work as an opera singer and painter his father. A successful doctor introduced him to fishing in the great outdoors first. Hemingway gained a strong sense of traditional masculinity as he was taught how to build a fire hunt and shoot a gun in his early years but those weren't his only interests in one thousand nine hundred five six year old. Hemingway developed an affinity for literature as soon as he learned to read read he devoured Robinson crusoe and other tales of travel and adventure by age. Fifteen Hemingway began writing short stories of of his own. He also developed an interest in becoming a reporter but his high school graduation came closer. Hemingway opted not to go off to college college instead. He wanted to be the hero of his own story and travel the world so when World War One broke out in the. US has joined the fight in one thousand nine hundred seventeen eighteen year old. Hemingway begged his parents to let him join the army the idea of seeing new countries. He's while carrying a rifle. Santa like a much more experiential form of education but a childhood injury and the insistence of his parents kept kept hemingway from fully achieving this goal instead he went to work as a reporter for the Kansas City Star. Traveling around the state looking for for a scoop was enough to satiate his wunderlist with his first paid writing job secured. Hemingway was now making a total of fifteen dollars week. The equivalent of three hundred twenty five dollars today but the true value of the experience was the wisdom he received from his boss and Mentor Seiji. Wellington the style sheet for the newspaper read use short sentences US short first paragraphs US vigorous English be positive not negative in fact hemingway continued to use this mentality throughout his career. The author took pride in his ability to be direct and unadorned while still succinctly conveying emotion. He enjoyed his work as a field. Reporter quarter honing his craft and witnessing stories firsthand. He often received invitations to right around police. Cars or the occasional ambulance ambulance but deep down he longed for a different kind of adventure. This inspired hemingway to become a volunteer rescue. EXCU driver for the Red Cross in Italy he would essentially be an ambulance driver on world. War ones frontlines. In one thousand nine hundred eighteen the eighteen eighteen year old finally set sail for Europe encountering brutal weather and multiple bouts of seasickness along the way one night while stationed Info Salta D. p. r. v.. Italy hemingway was overcome with a momentary fit of boredom and decided to take a stroll down to the battlefield. Soon opposing soldiers began to fire and hemingway instinctively grabbed a gun in joined the battle after a deafening blast. It was momentarily blinded as his is refocused. He saw another of his fellow soldiers lying beside him severely wounded. Hemingway tossed the comrade over his shoulder and carry the bloody commando back to their post along the way hemingway took a shot to the knee running on adrenaline. He made it back to the camp during subsequent medical treatment. He had twenty eight pieces of shrapnel and a handful of machine gun bullets extracted from his limb. Then key documented every moment of the nearly deadly experience in fact hemingway thoroughly recorded every day of combat. He filled journals with his experiences vividly. Capturing the bloodshed heartbreak and heroism of his fellow soldiers. He hoped that the stories he recorded. Could one day be used to write a great novel and so- L. Hemingway's. Diaries became some of his most prized possessions throughout his service. But when twenty year old hemingway returned home from the front lines things in one thousand nine hundred nineteen. He struggled with feelings of loneliness. The usually charismatic young man now felt completely disconnected. It did from the world around him and it wasn't until nineteen twenty that hemingway finally began to feel like himself again. It wasn't because he changed it because the world changed around him. The war was finally over and ringing in the New Year also meant ringing. Being in a wave of cultural change. People were moving out of the suburbs an into cities commercial radio and motion pictures. Were laying the foundation sure pop culture wages increased and prices fell leading to a spike in consumerism. Women cut their hair. They smoked. They they drink. They were sexually liberated. The average American had more money than ever before to spend and they chose to do so on jazz. Cars ariss ready to wear clothes home appliances and the illegal consumption of alcohol. They openly violated prohibition during Lavish offish parties in the fall of nineteen twenty twenty one year old Ernest. Hemingway met a beautiful woman eight years his senior at one of these us. tentation gatherings twenty. Nine year old Hadley. Richardson was talented musician. WHO seemed to lose sensuality shoe? -ality hemingway was immediately drawn to her and she was equally taken with him in less than a year. The couple decided to marry and start author lines over in Paris France Paris in the nineteen twenties was known as an artist. Playground the full or crazy years in French were coming to ahead which meant cultural social and artistic collaboration specifically among the youth here the rent was lower. The booze was legal and the young artists were not only accepted but encouraged to experiment and thrive. It was exactly exactly the environment where a burgeoning author link Ernest. Hemingway could flourish. The newlyweds began their new.

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"hadley richardson" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

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12:22 min | 1 year ago

"hadley richardson" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

"There was so much shit and this is a big book and every everybody that Hemingway new a basically got their own mini biography in it so it was a lot so here we go ernest. Hemingway was born July twenty first eighteen ninety nine in Oak Park Illinois which is a suburb of Chicago. His Father Ed was a doctor in a very religious man. Okay in his mother was a senior. ooh Okay Yeah is she had some notoriety kind of more locally. She eventually gave singing lessons. She went on to paint. She was like Kinda larger than life. Women that everybody left okay. Ernest was the second oldest a five although his mom for some bizarre reason decided to treat him and his year older sister as twins for a lot of their childhood. I don't know what she I would like make a match and gave them the same haircut shoulder-length haircut which some researchers claim led to Ernest Hair Fetish as an adult although although in that way what he had here. Yes okay. Let's just skip everything. Goes straight ahead. I'll talk about it a little bit later. I don't really think that that's why Anna here finish because back then it was very very common for young boys to be dressed in a more girl style. It was just common for little kids of either gender to be more girly early because it showed like the granison whatever so anyways that's hair fetish ernest. How to do it? I like it I'm intrigued. Ernest had a turbulent relationship ship with his parents and siblings throughout his tireless in high school he wrote for the school paper which led to his desire to be a journalist. His favorite teacher was fanny. Biggs MHM. After high school. He moved to Kansas City to write for the newspaper there and he was an exceptional journalist in these early days really helped define his style style as a lean masculine writer he really loved. He loved it when he was young. It was very exciting. He you know got in there with all the police in any sort of situation that was going on it was a plea wasn't very lean writer. Yes the biographer was three when World War One started ernest desperately. Expertly wanted to join the army but his eyesight was poor so he volunteered instead as a Red Cross ambulance driver. Because apparently optic aid to remind veteran attorney job perfect soon after his deployment in Italy Ernest was seriously injured by mortar fire shrapnel impaled his leg in several several places. A story was told that he pulled an Italian soldier along with him out of the line of fire. He spent several weeks recovering in a Red Cross hospital from his injuries. He's and fell in love with his nurse as you do in the end. He left with Italian medals for bravery a broken heart and a story that would last a lifetime back in the states. Ernest married his first wife Hadley Richardson so not the nurse. He met some deals okay. She was my favorite of his wife. Hadley I I love that name. He as with all of his wives really loved her hair and it was kind of funny when they got married. It said that in the pictures her hair was still damp from her morning morning swim and he was like I'm into it. I'm into it. Okay wait a minute walk comparative. She have to say I think that she had originally. She had women I back together. She had really long like reddish golden hair okay like auburn hair with like a semi natural highlight and then later on. She cut it but he likes shorter. She like that is that you piss me off the last time and cutting my he likes to her. Oh okay together. In nineteen twenty three. They moved to Paris. Oh there's there's a fancy in Europe the hemingway's made many similarly minded friends with ex pats including Gertrude Stein Sherwood Anderson and Ezra pound. Tom McGinnis Stein. Diane referred to them as the lost generation. He also fell in love with Spanish bullfighting. In Spain. As a whole for many years groups of friends would would travel to Spain to go watch bullfights rides for like a week long party where they were just drinking wine all day and watching bullfights and like doing the amateur fights they wrap the bull's horns with like a towel of like you know still almost die. These people that he met in Europe. I mean it was such a crowd. They inspired some of his most famous works. I mean gene and what it was full of creatives. Yeah they were like onto great and I think did he hang out with a couple of famous. Painters artists I don't remember everybody. There was seriously so many people said and there was other people too that I didn't really recognize the names of that. Were also just like in the literary scene at the time. Yeah where you're at at. This time was recovering from Warsaw. It was extremely cheap to live in Paris. That's one of the reasons why they're so many experts living there. Okay because it was super cheap because of the war okay that it ended ended and also there was no prohibition there ever so you know that helped soul and it was during this time with these people in this place that the legend of Ernest Hemingway began to form. ooh Okay in nineteen twenty five. Hemingway made his American debut as a writer beyond journalism with a collection of short stories titled In our time shortly after this ernest became friends with F Scott Fitzgerald Oh my goodness who was already. A rich and famous author by this time Fitzgerald was one of those guys that just kind of like was hot headed right on Guston bieber yet. Visit Justin Bieber earnestness job or close friends. For many years Fitzgerald Harold even helped Ernest against his first real novel published. Their relationship is one of the many were. Ernest is like the world's shittiest friend he's quick to judgment rare to forgive and never to forget any slight against him. He is so fucking sensitive Fitzgerald it did have a drinking problem that intensified over the years especially as his wife Zelda's mental health declined but you would think ernest like being the big drinker thinker that he was would be kinda chill about it but he wasn't he was a Dick Ernest. Also had a pattern of screwing over friends over the years by writing hurtful and often dishonest on a stories that were clearly about these friends like everybody knew in in nineteen twenty six with the help of his well-connected friends a special especially Fitzgerald Ernest published. The Sun also raised the sun also rises readers and critics enjoyed ernest. Lean masculine style writing in his Macho Bravado ushering in a new style style of the American author before Ernest a lot of American authors. Were kind of seen as more effeminate more. You Know Whitman. Yes yes and Glenn Fellow and they were. They weren't macho. No but hemingway was. He was a hard drinker. He loved bullfights he loves sports. He was a tough guide a lot of people I gave him shit like they're like you're kind of playing it up but I mean I don't know he was pretty cool guy. He had a crazy life which is trying to compensate for that time he had shoulder length hair. Probably they've probably but the sun rises when yours in tunnels arises. It was like about these friends that he had whatever and a couple of friends runs in it were like totally ripta shreds and everybody in their circle new and it was for absolutely no reason. Okay so I have. A question wasn't truth. That they was was he using truth like he ripped him to shreds based on how they actually were or was fabricated. It was kind of like he take a small thing like a small slight about them. That wasn't wasn't a big deal and then exacerbate it. Okay yeah it was move it was. I don't even understand it during all of this excitement along with being in a hassle. The personal challenges also plagued the hemingway's earnest and a close friend. Pauline pfeiffer began an affair in nineteen twenty seven he and having divorced Ernest and pauline were married soon. After in last effort extra Chivalry Ernest had all proceeds from the Sun. Also rises awarded to handling on their son. So I mean I guess that was nice. 'CAUSE IT ended up being a lot of money from that book Ernest continue to write and be successful in nineteen twenty eight. The new Hemingway's move to key west. I knew the second couple. Oh he wes I think that's where he found his love of Rum. Probably their lush Spanish colonial oneal will become famous. A really cool house with the Hemingway's had two cents. During this time ernest father died. He had had declining health for a long time mentally and physically and his father committed suicide. This obviously hit ernest really hard for some reason. His mom sent him the gun that his father killed himself. What the fuck like to keep it in the family? I guess just just a bizarre. I Dunno imagine no. Oh here's a vial of cancer we're going to seep in the family. What a weird thing too? I don't know in nineteen twenty nine a farewell to arms as published the pair continued to flourish. Pauline was from an extremely wealthy family that doted on the pair especially her wealthy a and single uncle gusts so they were kind of lucky because he was just like had not spending money on and he would just be like. Oh I'll pay for favor. Ernest August is no shit. Ernest also fell in love with deep sea. Fishing held boxing matches at his home. He loved boxing any favored a local bar called sloppy joes. Yeah I like it or not I I liked the name for our sloppy Josina also likes announced just like eating sloppy joes yes during this time ernest and a bunch of his friends also Oh went on his first African safari which he loved. He'd love big big game hunting. And that was all funded by uncle. Gus So way to go this thank thank you go through. Life seemed pretty frigging fabulous. It's kind of amazing and I'm jealous and also again pizza ship. Yeah so in one thousand nine hundred thirty seven as we sit on to talk about other people living their lives living there exciting lives in nineteen thirty seven Ernest miscreant back to journalism and became a war correspondent during the Spanish war. ooh He also began an affair with Martha Gill Horn because he knows life seem so awful. yeah he was clearly more clearly not getting enough Dejan after a four year affair the two married in nineteen forty shortly after for whom the bell tolls was published. They didn't have any any children. A Martha was extremely ambitious. which was hard for Ernest to get used to you? Because pauline like totally doted hunting even literally over her their their own children like she put us before everything and just wanted to make him happy in like make sure he writes in all this shit so earnest. Kind of was a crybaby about Martha Carrying about herself and Shit. Martha was Their relationship was kind of strange because of that Martha also became disgusted tested by Ernest more efforts after their journalism assignment ended Ernest. Put together a ragtag team who joined him on his fishing boat called the polar and patrolled the Cuban coast looking for u boats which are submarine. The vessel was loaded with grenades and machine guns. In Cases Brigade aide named friendless encountered any foreign Ernie had way too much time on his hands so they link put metal around the front of the Bow Oh to reinforce it they had tons and tons of weapons and it seems like this total bullshit but it was actually overseen by the Office Visit Naval Intelligence and leash it. I mean I guess they just want it all hands on deck at this point just anybody who can look for a foreign just look. Ernest never lacked for enthusiasm. Doucehy them on these missions. What he did lack however is results as doing you know covered by the curtain due bay had just as many ingrained as they did bottles of Rub? Yes yeah they were like definitely drinking the whole time. It was ridiculous in nineteen forty four Hemingway and go horn reported on world war. Two she was really into doing the work correspondence like she pretty much was the reason.

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