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"pauline pfeiffer" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

04:50 min | 2 months ago

"pauline pfeiffer" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"On his that is Marlena Dietrich right there. Now we see cats everywhere. There were cats everywhere. He loved all animals, but he did love cats. Um, uh, He had a kind of a colony of cats here, and the cats we have at the Emmys warehouse are descendants of those cats and they have some of them have six fingers We have about 60 cats here right now, and a little over. Half of them. Do have six toast. And what is that significant up? It's a genetic trait. So, basically, if your DNA is coded for Specific gene to over express itself. While you're an embryo, you get bigger or more digits. So our cats have that coding in there. Did he have that someone gave him someone gave him Captain Dexter did give him the first six toed cat. And, um, his. Her name was Snow white and, um, they were considered good luck and maritime culture and Hemingway was accident prone. And superstitious, so he thought the cats would help them out a little bit. How many six toed cats can I surround myself? Whether I I I love the deck. Oh, isn't it beautiful? I would say that this is probably one of the money shots of the property right there, that along with the lighthouse view that you can get from right through here, And now the story does go that Hemingway used that White house because it was a functional lighthouse in the 19 thirties. Story goes. He used that to find his way home from the bars at night, so JL throughout this house, there's always a little, uh, treasures. I don't know if that's the correct way to describe what I'm looking at. I It is a treasure. It is a part of the history of this place. We know coming way for going too Sloppy Joes bark, the landlord of sloppy Joe's Bar when it was at Captain Tony's raises the rent $4 a month to Russell's not about to pay. It removes his establishment to where it is now on, which is about a half a block away, So he gets his patrons to help him with this move, because it's such a short move. On the appointed evening. Everybody shows up, they have to move the furniture. They have the glassware anyway, including Hemingway in some versions of the story and the album of the alcohol Now I'm not sure all the alcohol made it because part way through, they start getting very excited and start helping him move the plumbing. Hemingway in this, you know, sees this urinal here decides that he has poured enough of his money down that drain that it should be his. All right, So he gets a buddy of his help him carry this journal down to his house, and he puts it in the center of his yard. Now his wife wakes up the next morning, Pauline Pfeiffer. She does not find that glorious trophy at all. She decorates it by aligning it with that imported Spanish tile. And then people said, I'll draw on top of it. Creates this fountain, right? There's so much more to having within the house. There is as great as that. So this is the swimming pool. Hemingway When he moved into this house, he saw this part of the yard and thought it was perfect for the thing he always wanted. So he built for himself a regulations boxing room right there. Now. Pauline wanted a pool because she wanted to have pool parties serve adores, you know, host people out by a pool. And so they before he left to cover the Spanish civil war. They talked about putting one on the side yard over there. But after he left and Pauline found out that he had gone with Martha Gellhorn, she was not happy. So she ripped out the brunt of the boxing ring. She, um, took it to Blue Heaven, which was then a brothel and a boxing gym, where she sent it over there and built this pool. Now Hemingway comes home and finds this pool Finds out that it did cost $20,000 to install. Now That's a lot of money. Now, more than the house more than a house, he absolutely, but you know, back in. He was 1937 when this happened, so is the height of the great Depression. And in today's money that's give or take $330,000 that she spent on the pool. Now Hemingway is furious because this not only cost $20,000 it cost him his boxing ring. He puts his hat in his pocket and he pulls out a penny and tells Pauline. If you're going to spend all my money, you might as well take my last red satin rose it on the ground, and he storms off right, Pauline. She thinks this is funny. She didn't use Hemingway's money to build this pool. She's Pauline's might build this fall, so she took that penny and press it into the still drying cement of the pool deck to keep it. There is Hemingway's last red Cent. And we have it right there. On the pool deck. That's the actual 1934 copper penny that was Hemingway's last red Cent. Hemingway would write every day from somewhere around six a.m.. Until somewhere between noon and two o'clock in this room in this room until you at noon noon at noon, he would decide that was in fact. Five oclock somewhere. So now normally tours stop here, right? Yes, normally tour stop here, but we're going to go inside. This is his writing studio. And this is really the space where the literary magic happened, But he would often write standing. I understand. Yes, because of his injuries, Um like war wounds and such, especially towards the end of his life, he would it would hurt him to sit so we'd write standing. And so he put like the Typewriter on shelves are that kind of thing so he could stand while he wrote, And it gets hasty to Teddy Roosevelt influence. We've got to take a Roosevelt's house. He's got the big game heads. Wow..

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"pauline pfeiffer" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

07:24 min | 2 months ago

"pauline pfeiffer" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"Now we see cats everywhere. Cats everywhere. He loved all animals, but he did love cats. Um, uh, He had a kind of a colony of cats here, and the cats we have at the Emmys warehouse are descendants of those cats and they have some of them have six fingers. Fingers we have about 60 cats here right now, and a little over. Half of them do have six toes. And what is that significant? It's a genetic trait. So, basically, if your DNA is coded for Specific gene to over express itself. While you're an embryo, you get bigger or more digits, So our cats have that coding in there. Did he have that someone gave him someone gave him Captain Dexter did give him the first six toed cat. And, um, his her name was Snow white. And, um, they were considered good luck and maritime culture and Hemingway was accident prone and superstitious, so he thought the cats would help them out a little bit. How many six toed cats can I surround myself? Whether I Love the deck. Oh, isn't it beautiful? I would say that this is probably one of the money shots of the property right there, that along with the lighthouse view that you can get from right through here, And now the story does go that Hemingway used that White House because it was a functional lighthouse in the 19 thirties story goes. He used that to find his way home from the bars at night. So JL throughout this house, there's always a little, uh, Treasures. I don't know if that's the correct way to describe what I'm looking at. I It is a treasure. It is a part of the history of this place. We know coming way for going too Sloppy Joe's Bar, the landlord of Sloppy Joe's Bar when it was at Captain Tony's raises the rent $4 a month to Russell's not about to pay. It removes his establishment to where it is now on, which is about a half a block away, So he gets his patrons to help him with this move, because it's such a short move. On the appointed evening. Everybody shows up. They have to move the furniture. They help them. Move the glass sitting anyway, including Hemingway in some versions of the story, and they often move the alcohol Now I'm not sure all the alcohol made it. Because part way through, they start getting very excited and start helping him move the plumbing. Hemingway in this, you know, sees this urinal here decides that he has poured enough of his money down that drain that it should be his. Alright. So he gets a buddy of his cup and carry this journal down to his house, and he puts it in the center of his yard. Now his wife wakes up the next morning, Pauline Pfeiffer. She does not find that glorious trophy at all. She decorates it by aligning it with that imported Spanish tile and then 2% all of your on top of it and creates this fountain. There's so much more to Hemingway than the house. There is as great as that. So this is the swimming pool. Hemingway When he moved into this house, he saw this part of the yard and thought it was perfect for the thing he always wanted. So he built for himself a regulations boxing room right there. Now. Pauline wanted a pool because she wanted to have pool parties serve adores, you know, and host people out by a pool. And so they before he left to cover the Spanish civil war. They talked about putting one on the side yard over there. But after he left and Pauline found out that he had gone with Martha Gellhorn, she was not happy. So she ripped out the Bronx, the boxing ring. She, um, took it to Blue Heaven, which was then a brothel and a boxing gym, where she sent it over there and built this pool. Now Hemingway comes home and finds this pool Finds out that it did cost $20,000 to install. Now That's a lot of money. Now, more than the house more than a house, he absolutely, but you know, back in. He was 1937 when this happened, so is the height of the great Depression. And in today's money that's give or take $330,000 that she spent on the pool. Now Hemingway is furious because this not only cost $20,000 it cost him his boxing ring. He puts his hand in his pocket and he pulls out a penny and tells Pauline, if you're going to spend all my money, you might as well take my last read second, rose it on the ground, and he storms off right, Pauline. She thinks this is funny. She didn't use having ways money to build this pool. She's Pauline's might build the school, so she took that penny and press it into the still drying cement of the pullback to keep it. There is Hemingway's last red cent. And we have it right there. On the pool deck. That's the actual 1934 copper penny that was Hemingway's last red Cent. Hemingway would write every day from somewhere around six a.m.. Until somewhere between noon and two o'clock in this room in this room until CEO at noon noon at noon, he would decide that was in fact. Five oclock somewhere. So now normally tours stop here, right? Yes, normally tour stop here, but we're going to go inside. This is his writing studio. And this is really the space where the literary magic happened, But he would often write standing. I understand. Yes, because of his injuries. Um, like more wounds, and such, especially towards the end of his life, he would it would hurt him to sit so we'd write standing. And so he put like the Typewriter on shelves are that kind of thing so he could stand while he wrote, And it gets hasty to Teddy Roosevelt influence. We've got to Roosevelt's house. He's got the big game heads. Wow. I feel like this is probably the place on the property that most has Hemingway's spirit and it most has the vibe. This is like I said, the place of literary magic. So keeping it as a as a place where you could imagine Hemingway sitting here writing, you know, composing some of, you know, first parted for whom? The bell tolls. You know, death in the afternoon like all those passion projects that he did work on here. Kind of capturing that aura of this is the place where the man sat and he wrote his. You know some of his best work. So what are some of the titles that he wrote here? He wrote. He started for whom the Bell tolls here. Like I said he wrote the only play, he wrote the fifth column. Death in the afternoon, the green Hills of Africa snows of Kilimanjaro. Um, he wrote up many short stories while he was here, including a few of the Nick Adams short story. One thing, a lot of people with dementia, and he worked hard at writing. He was a dedicated writer, and he would get up every morning and write every day every day. And suppose that morning was in town. Of course, you know. Life gets in the way of whatever job you have here. We get up and right and he would end of the day count how many words he had written and he kept attracting, and he very often writes Parkinson's editor. And says I wrote 500 words today. I think that key West shaped him into the man he needed to be in the writer. He needed to be too right. The old man in the sea so Yes, I do. I think that his best works on his person. His last The sun also rises and the old man in the sea. But without key West, you would never have had the old man and that whole nautical field whole nautical. Feel that hold all the in for all the knowledge of fishing that he had he started collecting here. This is the town that ignited the passion for The book that won the Pulitzer Prize and led to his Nobel Prize. So when he writes about relationships, it's what he experienced. What he writes about Deep sea fishing is from his experience. He writes about wards from his experience. Yes, that this key West was a crucial part in the formation of that, Papa. Persona that he put out you know, that's that fishermen that, you know, big game hunter that that man's man, it all started right here. This you're looking at the seeds of that Hemingway myth. Key West is what you think of when you think of Hemingway going down to the bar to get a Dockery going out deep sea fishing all of those things that you think of as Hemingway. It's all in key West. So so, Tom, you have certain things here for the library. All right, Right..

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"pauline pfeiffer" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

03:52 min | 2 months ago

"pauline pfeiffer" 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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"pauline pfeiffer" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

05:29 min | 2 months ago

"pauline pfeiffer" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"At the US Open. Second seed Daniel Medvedev cruised into the quarter finals with his second straight win over Daniel Evans 18 year old Carlos Alcaraz one to become the youngest man to reach the U. S Open quarterfinals since 1963 on the women's side, 18 year old Layla Fernandez continued her upset bid. Defeating Angelique Kerber in three sets. College football. Social media is abuzz following some apparent disturbing comments from Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly. In the wake of the Fighting Irish is 41 38 overtime win. Over Florida State in Tallahassee. After the game, Kelly did an on field interview with ESPN and talks about the execution or lack thereof, Kelly stated. I'm in favor of execution. Maybe our entire team needs to be executed After tonight. Social media quickly blew up in the wake of Kelly's comments with some referencing former Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach John McKay, who once made a similar quote. That's sports. I'm Seth Everett. The latest headlines from across the Nation and the World. Fox News is Next on news radio 8 30 K. H V H. This. His bedroom. This is this is the master bedroom yet sleeping on his bed as Marlena Dietrich Right there. Now we see cats everywhere. Whatever cats everywhere. He loved all animals, But he did love cats. Um, uh, he had A kind of a colony of cats here, and the cats we have at the Emmys warehouse are descendants of those cats and they have some of them have six fingers We have about 60 cats here right now, and a little over. Half of them do have six toast. And what is that Significant of? It's a genetic trait. So, basically if your DNA is coded for specific gene to over express itself while you're an embryo, you get bigger or more digits. So our cats have that coding in there. Did he have that someone gave him someone gave him Captain Dexter did give him the first six. Tokyo That and, um his. Her name was Snow white. And, um, they were considered good luck in maritime culture. And Hemingway was accident prone and superstitious, so he thought the cats would help him out a little bit. How many six toed cats can I surround myself? Whether I I I love the deck. Wasn't it beautiful? I would say that this is probably one of the money shots of the property right there, that along with the lighthouse view that you can get from right through here, And now the story does go that Hemingway used that White House because it was a functional lighthouse in the 19 thirties story goes. He used that to find his way home from the bars at night, so jail throughout this house. There's always a little, uh, Treasures. I don't know if that's the correct way to describe what I'm looking at. I It is a treasure. It is a part of the history of this place. We know coming way for going too Sloppy Joe's Bar, the landlord of Sloppy Joe's Bar when it was at Captain Tony's raises the rent $4 a month to Russell's not about to pay. It removes his establishment to where it is now on, which is about a half a block away, So he gets his patrons to help him with this move, because it's such a short move. On the appointed evening. Everybody shows up. They have to move the furniture. They have the glassware anyway, including Hemingway in some versions of the story and the album of the alcohol Now I'm not sure all the alcohol made it. Because part way through, they start getting very excited and start helping him move the plumbing. Hemingway in this, you know, sees this urinal here decides that he has poured enough of his money down that drain that it should be his. Alright. So he gets a buddy of his cup them carry this journal down to his house, and he puts it in the center of his yard. Now his wife wakes up the next morning, Pauline Pfeiffer. She does not find that glorious trophy at all. She decorates it by aligning it with that imported Spanish tile and then 2% all of her on top of it. Creates this fountain, right? There's so much more to having within the house. There is as great as that. So this is the swimming pool or Hemingway. When he moved into this house, he saw this part of the yard and thought it was perfect for the thing he always wanted. So he built for himself a regulations boxing room right there Now. Pauline wanted a pool because she wanted to have pool parties serve adores, you know, and host people out by a pool. And so they before he left to cover the Spanish civil war. They talked about putting one on the side yard over there, but, um, after he left, and Pauline found out that he had gone with Martha Gellhorn, she was not happy. So she ripped out the brunt of the boxing ring. She took it to Blue Heaven, which was then a brothel and a boxing gym, and she sent it over there and built this pool. Now Hemingway comes home and finds this pool finds out that it did cost $20,000 to install. Now That's a lot of money now in the house more than the house, he absolutely, but you know, back in. It was 1937 when this happened so at the height of the Great Depression, and in today's money that's give or take $330,000 that she spent on the pool. Now Hemingway is furious because this not only cost $20,000 it cost him his boxing ring. So he puts his hand in his pocket and he pulls out a penny and tells Pauline, if you're going to spend all my money, you might as well take my last red satin rose it on the ground, and he storms off right, Pauline. She thinks this is funny. She didn't use Hemingway's money to build this pool She used Pauline's might build this fall, so she took that penny and press it into the still drying cement of the pool deck. To keep it there as Hemingway's last red cent, and we have it right there. On the pool deck. That's the actual 1934 copper penny that was Hemingway's last red Cent. Hemingway would write every day from somewhere around six a.m.. Until somewhere between noon and two o'clock in this room in this room until you know, at noon noon at noon, he would decide that was in fact. Five oclock somewhere..

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"pauline pfeiffer" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

04:51 min | 2 months ago

"pauline pfeiffer" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"I think for me, it's subject matter has a lot to do with it. What it's talking about. I mean, A lot of the songs I've sort of built my career on over the years have been, you know a lot of it's kind of been that blue collar sort of Amarillo Sky type stuff, you know, so that that's a big part of it To me. Melodies are big thing. I mean, I feel like I know what I You know Melody was what I'm good at singing What I'm Not so good at singing or what doesn't really come natural to me. So I kind of take that into consideration, too. And then, um, and then, obviously lyrics, lyrics or the thing that Really is going to sell the song. You can have a song that sounds great. You know, the riffs are great, but the lyrics are horrible, and that's no good, So I'm really It's a combination of those three things and You know, And that's the thing you listen to hundreds of songs to fun. 10 or 15 that all those things kind of matchup and it's you know, you put that one aside and then go look for another one, you know, and And then you end up with Lieutenant 15 to go on the record, But it's that's why it's a long process because they're hard to find, you know, songs that just have all those qualities you have to dig pretty deep to find those a lot of times. Keep listening to I heart radio for more Jason Aldean and all your favorite artists. Miss his bedroom. This is this is the master bedroom yet sleeping on his bed as Marlena Dietrich Right there. Now we see cats everywhere. There were cats everywhere. He loved all animals, but he did love cats. Um, uh, He had a kind of a colony of cats here and the cats we have at the Emmys warehouse are descendants of those cats and they have some of them have six fingers We have about 60 cats here right now, and a little over. Half of them do have six toes. And what does that signify? Get up. It's a genetic trait. So basically if your DNA is coded for a specific gene to over express itself while you're an embryo, you get bigger or more digits. So our cats have that coating in there. Did he have that someone gave him someone gave him Captain Dexter did give him the first six toed cats. And, um, her name was Snow white. And, um, they were considered good luck and maritime culture and Hemingway was accident prone and superstitious, so he thought the cats would help them out a little bit. How many six So cats can I surround myself whether I I love the deck. Oh, isn't it beautiful? I would say that this is probably one of the money shots of the property right there, that along with the lighthouse view that you can get from right through here, And now the story does go that Hemingway used that White house because it was a functional lighthouse in the 19 thirties story goes. He used that to find his way home from the bars at night. So JL Throughout this house, there's always little treasures. I don't know if that's the correct way to describe what I'm looking at. I It is a treasure. It is a part of the history of this place. We know coming way for going too Sloppy Joe's Bar, the landlord of Sloppy Joe's Bar when it was at Captain Tony's raises the rent $4 a month to Russell's not about to pay. It removes his establishment to where it is now on, which is about a half a block away, So he gets his patrons to help him with this move, because it's such a short move. On the appointed evening. Everybody shows up. They have to move the furniture. They have to move the glassware, including Hemingway, in some versions of the story and the album of the alcohol Now I'm not sure all the alcohol made it. Because part way through, they start getting very excited and start helping him move the plumbing. So Hemingway in this, you know, sees this urinal here. Besides that he has poured enough of his money down that drain that it should be his all right? So he gets a buddy of his cup and carry this journal down to his house, and he puts it in the center of his yard. Now his wife wakes up the next morning, Pauline Pfeiffer. She does not find that glorious trophy at all. She decorates it by aligning it with that imported Spanish tile. And then people sent all of draw on top of it and creates this fountain right. There's so much more to having within the house very as great as that. So this is the swimming pool. Hemingway When he moved into this house, he saw this part of the yard and thought it was perfect for the thing he always wanted. Sweet built for himself a regulations boxing room right there. Now. Pauline wanted a pool because she wanted to have pool parties Serve adores, you know, host people out by a pool. And so they before he left to cover the Spanish civil war. They talked about putting one on the side yard over there, but, um, after he left, and Pauline found out that he had gone with Martha Gellhorn, she was not happy. So she ripped out the Bronx, the boxing ring. She took it to Blue Heaven, which was then a brothel and a boxing gym, where she sent it over there and built this pool. Now Hemingway comes home and finds this pool finds out that it did cost $20,000 to install. Now That's a lot of money now in the house more than the house, he absolutely, but you know, back in. It was 1937 when this happened, so is the height of the great Depression. And in today's money that's give or take $330,000 that she spent on the pool. Now Hemingway is furious because this not only cost $20,000 it cost him his boxing ring..

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"pauline pfeiffer" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

03:19 min | 2 months ago

"pauline pfeiffer" 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.

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"pauline pfeiffer" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

03:16 min | 2 months ago

"pauline pfeiffer" 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.

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"pauline pfeiffer" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:23 min | 2 months ago

"pauline pfeiffer" Discussed on KTRH

"Now we see cats everywhere. There were cats everywhere. He loved all animals. But he did love cats. Um, uh, He had a kind of a colony of cats here, and the cats we have at the mm. Warehouse are descendants of those cats and they have some of them have six fingers. Fingers we have about 60 cats here right now, and a little over. Half of them do have six toast. And what does that significant of? It's a genetic trait. So, basically, if your DNA is coded for specific gene to over express itself while you're an embryo, you get bigger or more digits. So our cats have that coding in there. Did he have that someone gave him Someone gave him Captain Dexter did give him the first six toed cat. And, um, his. Her name was Snow white. And, um, they were considered good luck and maritime culture and Hemingway was accident prone and superstitious, so he thought the cats would help them out a little bit. How many six toed cats can I surround myself? Whether I Love the deck. Oh, isn't it beautiful? I would say that this is probably one of the money shots of the property right there, that along with the lighthouse view that you can get from right through here, And now the story does go that Hemingway used that lighthouse because it was a functional lighthouse in the 19 thirties story goes. He used that to find his way home from the bars at night. So JL throughout this house, there's always a little, uh, Treasures. I don't know if that's the correct way to describe what I'm looking at. I It is a treasure. It is a part of the history of this place. We know coming way for going too Sloppy Joe's Bar, the landlord of Sloppy Joe's Bar when it was at Captain Tony's raises the rent $4 a month to Russell's not about to pay. It removes his establishment to where it is now on, which is about a half a block away, So he gets his patrons to help him with this move, because it's such a short move. On the appointed evening. Everybody shows up. They have to move the furniture. They have to move the glassware, including Hemingway in some versions of the story, and they often move the alcohol Now, I'm not sure all the alcohol made it. Because part way through, they start getting very excited and start helping him move the plumbing. So Hemingway in this, you know, sees this urinal here decides that he has poured enough of his money down that drain that it should be his all right? So he gets a buddy of his scalp and carry this journal down to his house, and he puts it in the center of his yard. Now his wife wakes up the next morning, Pauline Pfeiffer. She does not find that glorious trophy at all. She decorates it by aligning it with that imported Spanish tile, and then people sent all of draw on top of it. Creates this fountain, right? There's so much more to having within the house as great as that. So this is the swimming pool. Hemingway When he moved into this house, he saw this part of the yard and thought it was perfect for the thing he always wanted. So he built for himself a regulations boxing room right there. Now. Pauline wanted a pool because she wanted to have pool parties Serve adores, you know, host people out by a pool. And so they before he left to cover the Spanish civil war. They talked about putting one on the side yard over there, but, um, after he left, and Pauline found out that he had gone with Martha Gellhorn, she was not happy. So she ripped out the brunt of the boxing ring. She took it to Blue Heaven, which was then a brothel and a boxing gym, and she sent it over there and built this pool. Now Hemingway comes home and finds this pool finds out that it did cost $20,000 to install. Now That's a lot of money now, more than the house more than the house, he absolutely, but you know, back in. It was 1937 when this happened so at the height of the Great Depression, and in today's money that's give or take $330,000 that she spent on the pool. Now Hemingway is furious because this not only cost $20,000 it cost him his boxing ring. He puts his hat in his pocket and he pulls out a penny and tells Pauline, if you're going to spend all my money, you might as well take my last red satin rose it on the ground, and he storms off right, Pauline. She thinks this is funny. She didn't use Hemingway's money to build this pool she used Pauline's might build the school, so she took that penny and press it into the still drying cement of the pullback to keep it. There is Hemingway's last red cent, and we have it right there. On the pool deck. That's the actual 1934 Copper Penny. That was Hemingway's last Red Cent. Hemingway would write every day from somewhere around six a.m. until somewhere between noon and two o'clock in this room in this room until it you know, at noon noon at noon, he would decide that was in fact. Five oclock somewhere. So now normally tourist stop here, right? Yes, normally tourist stop here, but we're going to go inside. This is his writing studio. And this is really the space where the literary magic happened, But he would often write standing. I understand. Yes because of his injuries. Um, like more wounds, and such, especially towards the end of his life, he would it would hurt him to sit so we'd write standing. So he puts like the Typewriter on shelves are that kind of thing so he could stand while he wrote, And it gets hasty to Teddy Roosevelt influence. We go to 10 Roosevelt's house. He's got the big game hence, wow. I feel like this is probably the place on the property that most has Hemingway's spirit in it Most has the vibe. This is like I said, the place of literary magic, so keeping it as a as a place where you could imagine Hemingway sitting here. Writing, you know, composing some of, you know, first part of for whom? The bell tolls. You know, death in the afternoon. Like all those passion projects that he did work on here, kind of capturing that. Aura of this is the place where the man sat and he wrote his. You know some of his best work. So what are some of the titles that he wrote here, he wrote, he started for whom the bell tolls her Like I said he wrote the only play, he wrote the fifth column. Death in the afternoon, the green Hills of Africa snows of Kilimanjaro. Um he wrote many short stories while he was here, including a few of the Nick Adams. Short story Well, One thing is a lot of people hit them is said he worked hard at writing. He was a dedicated writer. And he would get up every morning and write every day every day and supposed when he was in town. Of course, you know, life gets in the way of whatever job you have here. We get up and right and he would end of the day count how many words he had written. And you kept attractive and he very often writes Parkinson's editor and says I wrote 500 words today. I think that key West shaped him into the man he needed to be in the writer. He needed to be too right. The old man in the sea. So yes, I do. I think that his best works or his person. His last. The Sun also rises and the old man in the sea. But without key West, you would never have had the old man and that whole nautical feel whole nautical. Feel that hold all the in for all the knowledge of fishing that he had he started collecting here. This is the town that ignited the passion for the book that won the Pulitzer Prize and led to his Nobel Prize. So when he writes about relationships, it's what he experienced what he writes about deep sea fishing. As from his experience, he writes about wards from his experience. Yes, this key West was a crucial part in the formation of that papa persona that he put out you know that that fishermen that you know, big game hunter that that man's man, it all started right here. This you're looking at the seeds of that Hemingway myth. Key West is what you think of when you think of Hemingway going down to the bar to get a Dockery going out deep sea fishing all of those things that you think of as Hemingway. It's all in key West. So so, Tom. You have certain things here for the library? All right, Right..

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"pauline pfeiffer" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:04 min | 2 months ago

"pauline pfeiffer" 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.

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"pauline pfeiffer" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

Charlotte Readers Podcast

07:30 min | 5 months ago

"pauline pfeiffer" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

"Vic homes in their fight for marriage equality in texas. It was chosen as a finalist for indy's best book award and you can listen to that episode on the podcast feed or charteris podcasts dot com and before i turn it over to davis. Start the interview today On a note that alex georgia's i rider a bookseller a director literary festival and his lawyer. To like me's. I guess he's still practicing. I'm recovering. he's practicing anyway he He pressing listen the mid west and we'll talk on that patriot episode about independent bookstores and festivals. Because he's involved in both so stay tuned for that. I'll tell you more about that at the end. But now actually taking the todd cash rains and i've handing over to dave collins for dave to welcome alex to the show. Thank you very much. Landis and and alex indeed welcome. I like to begin by seconding lances estimate of The paris hours as thrilling Resistible marvel at seems to be the summit very nicely last time you and i sat down to talk about the books and writing and life We had food before us at sycamore And we had a great old time and then finally went over to the skylight bookstore to look at some of the books. We talked about We don't have good food in front of us today. But i hope we can kind of recreate a little bit of the energy of that My my lunch with andrei or in this case Moment i guess you could say could you. Could you tell us a little bit about yourself about your your history and paris about what it is that led you to want to write a novel set in paris. I of course and and festival. It's great to see you again dave. You're right it's not quite the same as sitting in front of you with a one of those amazing pork. Sandwiches from sycamore On my plate but almost as good almost so paris has long been a source of fascination for me. I know it has been for you as well I went to school. That in fact when i was thirteen years old my parents had had enough of me and say they sent me to boarding school In a preschool punt to us which is just south of paris. And then when i was in my early twenty s i worked as a as a lawyer And so i know the place pretty well and it's a place that i love to go back to and One of the things about writing books as you know is that it affords the opportunity to travel. Even if you don't actually ever leave you'll you'll house because you can go there and the imagination and so one of the reasons why i always wanted to write about paris was for that puppets so i could I could go and whether it was doing research whether it's actually telling my own story and effectively wander around the streets in my head and occasionally i would. I would write something on on social media. I say right. I'm off to paris. Of what i was doing. Was sitting down at five o'clock in the morning to write my book. And then i would get lots of can. Oh you lucky thing. Oh guiding than. I had to explain that no actually are actually go paris just discussing their in. My imagination said it was a it was a tremendous joy to To write the story and all such do the research as well which isn't always the case sometimes for searches is a Pain of but but it a necessary evil. But in this particular instance. I had a wonderful time during that Although the story of the research is is an interesting one in of itself. Because i when i began writing the book i thought i was going to tell a very different story and the origins the can trace quite specifically back to a particular wednesday evening and i know that it was a wednesday because i had just finished my Weekly ritual humiliation on the indoor soccer pitch With a team that. I used to play on and i hold back to my car and tend on the radio as i drive home chained to the local. Npr station plays classical music. And there was this wonderful piece of music playing that finish while i was still driving home and it was by rebel. And the announcer was explaining their providence. The peace house had been commissioned by The russian impresario says geog af and he went on to describe extrordinary team of creative genius. The day have had assembled around him. He was the he began labor. Or is this innovative And transformational dance troupe. And he had people like Marc seagal would paint the backdrops coco. Chanel would design the costumes and then revival and stravinsky would write the music. I mean my my brain was just blown apart. When i learnt all of this and i thought i sat there my car my sweaty soccer clubs and so this is my next book. I'm going to write a story about says yoga and you would have noticed that does not appear in my novel so a slight change of heart so i but that was where i started thinking about paris in the nineteen twenties and died in and i and i read a ton of critical staff and biographies and social histories and then i sat down right a completely different story Because i realized that what. I began to question whether or not it's I was ever going to be able to do justice to that collective genius And and that was a concern. And then i also began to question whether or not it was really necessary If you if you listen to reveal melody speaks for itself. You don't actually need someone like me to come along Hundred his latest. Tell you anything about it. So i decided to redraw the focus away from those lives and to tell full very different stories. And i think that by nature. I'm drawn to quetta stories anyway and so i decided to tell these stories of if you like ordinary people And there are still Well known characters who populate the the novel but very much. on the periphery rather than at its heart So it was. It was an interesting journey in that respect. It was not the story that i thought i was gonna tell i it was a story. I very much enjoyed in part. Because of the the the cameos by those people You know we've got. Everybody revolt preuss josephine. Baker sydney boucher gertrude stein. Sylvia beach pauline. Pfeiffer hemingway dos passos. I mean it's kind of a dazzling array in in a way i'm glad that you You steered clear of them and when you stare into them sometimes Your opinions of them are a little bit Diminishing shall we say particularly hemingway air very..

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"pauline pfeiffer" Discussed on GONE

GONE

09:38 min | 2 years ago

"pauline pfeiffer" Discussed on GONE

"Stein Saturday evening. Dinner parties were a melting pot of Hungarian. Painters British nobleman French academics condemn IX and German scholars. The Stein Salon became a hotbed for cultural conversation and political debate. The energy was frantic and in a heated yet. Liberating discussions would go until sunrise painter Pablo. Picasso's pitched laugh would echo through the halls as author F F Scott Fitzgerald shared his memories from Princeton artists. On Reema. Ts could be seen smoking. A pipe in front of his infamous lady with the the hat while chatting with James Joyce who boasted about the success of his novel Ulysses published two years prior for the first time naturally hemingway was tantalized by the company. And when Gertrude Stein wasn't hosting one of her avant garde drug-fuelled overnights she was helping the twenty five year old. Rewrite is lost wore novel. He didn't just recreate the novel but he surpassed the manuscript that had gone missing three years. Prior part fiction and part memoir a farewell to arms published in nineteen twenty. Nine is a story of a a young paramedic in the Italian army who falls in love with an English nurse. Hemingway later claimed that he wouldn't have been able to expertly really craft a farewell to arms if he hadn't had to push himself through the loss of his portfolio. It also didn't hurt that Gertrude. Stein coached him through through his early drafts pushing him out of his comfort zone the more time hemingway spent with Gertrude in her salon the more desperate he was to maintain in his Bohemian lifestyle. He rented a small room away from his apartment at thirty nine Rue des Card. This way he could be away from Hatley land. Their young child free to work without distractions but he also avoided his wife. Even when he wasn't working in fact had Lianne end Hemingway's relationship had never been the same since that suitcase was stolen at the Gary Dalil whenever the topic arose Hemingway told Hadley Lee he had forgiven her and the loss was for the best but she wasn't convinced that her husband had fully put the event behind them. Soon Hadley became more aware of her husband's wandering I. She noticed that he had become more flirtatious. She feared that because she'd broken his trust. He was now looking for companionship with other women. In truth. Hemingway did seem to harbor some unconscious resentment. His anger coupled hold with heavily growing guilt and paranoia proved a potent toxin to their marriage in December of nineteen twenty. Five Hemingway met a friend of had lease these thirty year. Old Pauline pfeiffer. He seduced her in early. Nineteen Twenty six had learned of her her husband's affair three months later. The couple separated Hadley told hemingway she would grant him the divorce under one condition. He and pauline needed to spend one hundred days apart. So Pauline moved back to Arkansas and hemingway fell into a dark period of his life. His torment stemmed mainly from the fact that he was in love with both of these women but Hadley only reminded him of the work that had gone missing. Seen a chapter of his life completely erased and for possibly the first time suicidal thoughts began to surface. He Self medicated medicated. With copious amounts of liquor. A hundred days later hemingway reunited with Pauline in Paris and he got his divorce from sadly perhaps the couple would have stayed together. Had it not been for their excruciating guilt and repressed anger instead. The the loss of the manuscripts caused their marriage to burst at the seams. But the divorce was just the start of Hemingway's mental spiral coming up other materials from Hemingway's past resurface in Modern Day author's craft their own own fictional theories about the lost valise. Now back to the story after losing years of early work during a train trip. Ernest Hemingway grappled with the loss. Even after he pushed himself to new literary heights he nursed resentment against his wife. Hadley who'd misplaced is placed the manuscript four years after the loss in January nineteen twenty seven thirty five year old Hadley and twenty-seven-year-old. Hemingway divorced by May Hemingway had settled into his new life with pauline pfeiffer. His divorce from Hadley had meant erasing the final final piece of his past. But the memories still lingered he carried the painful images of war the sting of his lost work and the love he'd had to sacrifice in order to move on drinking allowed him to funnel that trauma onto the page by the end of the decade the legendary author had published three full length novels including farewell to arms with the help of Gertrude Stein but his constant drinking meant he was also repeating adding old mistakes before leaving Peres in nineteen twenty seven twenty eight year old hemingway's stored to giant trunks full of manuscripts grabs in the basement of the Ritz Hotel. The author completely forgot about the sentimental scribblings and left them behind as he moved to Kansas City and eventually elite key. West Florida with Paulie but in nineteen twenty eight. Hemingway received news that his father had died of suicide. Did the artist felt as though his world was ripped from under him. It wasn't long. Before Hemingway to grappled with thoughts of self harm and his drinking spiraled out of control and affected some of his most cherished relationships he was exhibiting the same bad behavior has after the loss of his manuscript only now the consequences were more extreme his friendship with Gertrude. Stein fell apart when he insulted their mutual chill friend Sherwood Anderson in his book the torrents of spring after burning bridges with the author and the other members of her Salon Hemingway. Hemingway continued to destroy his closest relationships in nineteen thirty seven while covering the war in Spain. Thirty eight year old. Hemingway cozied lead up to another fellow journalist thirty two year old Martha Gill Horn in nineteen. Forty he divorced Pauline and married Martha that that same year. Hemingway published his smash hit for whom the bell tolls placing him at the height of his fame in one thousand. Nine hundred forty four forty-five-year-old. Hemingway was on business in London when he met thirty six year. Old Mary Walsh. Mary would be his fourth wife replacing Martha with a nineteen forty-six. It seemed that Hemingway never got over his fear of betrayal. Perhaps stemming back to when Hadley lost that suitcase case he was constantly on the defense afraid to let his guard down or trust any of his wives or girlfriends but in one thousand nine hundred fifty six forgotten artifact resurfaced from Hemingway's past delivering a bit of good news while passing through Paris. Yes he decided to visit his old haunt the Ritz hotel. The manager politely approached Hemingway during his lunch. He asked the author if he was aware that they had been storing trunk of his belongings in the basement. For All these years it had been three decades. Since the items had crossed Hemingway's anyways mind. The trunk was delivered up to the manager's office with tears in his eyes hemingway sifted through the material that he had somehow L. completely forgotten inside. Were close memos notes receipts old beds dozens of letters but most importantly only two diaries filled with memories of his time. In Paris a dormant piece of the author came alive that afternoon. Perhaps this discovery every gave hemingway a taste of the closure that he'd so desperately sought the recovered materials from the Ritz inspired hemingway to begin his Parisian Memoir Dr titled a Moveable Feast. The book was one of the last. Works that hemingway ever penned around one thousand nine hundred fifty nine fifty one year old Mary. Walsh and sixty year old. Hemingway retired to Ketchum Idaho where he could finally live a quiet suburban life but in nineteen nineteen sixty one. Hemingway began to suffer from paranoia. The artist believed that the FBI was ransacking his home and following him about town. This behavior forced Mary to admit him to the Mayo Clinic where he was treated with electroconvulsive. Therapy.

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"pauline pfeiffer" Discussed on GONE

"Stein Saturday evening. Dinner parties were a melting pot of Hungarian. Painters British nobleman French academics condemn IX and German scholars. The Stein Salon became a hotbed for cultural conversation and political debate. The energy was frantic and in a heated yet. Liberating discussions would go until sunrise painter Pablo. Picasso's pitched laugh would echo through the halls as author F F Scott Fitzgerald shared his memories from Princeton artists. On Reema. Ts could be seen smoking. A pipe in front of his infamous lady with the the hat while chatting with James Joyce who boasted about the success of his novel Ulysses published two years prior for the first time naturally hemingway was tantalized by the company. And when Gertrude Stein wasn't hosting one of her avant garde drug-fuelled overnights she was helping the twenty five year old. Rewrite is lost wore novel. He didn't just recreate the novel but he surpassed the manuscript that had gone missing three years. Prior part fiction and part memoir a farewell to arms published in nineteen twenty. Nine is a story of a a young paramedic in the Italian army who falls in love with an English nurse. Hemingway later claimed that he wouldn't have been able to expertly really craft a farewell to arms if he hadn't had to push himself through the loss of his portfolio. It also didn't hurt that Gertrude. Stein coached him through through his early drafts pushing him out of his comfort zone the more time hemingway spent with Gertrude in her salon the more desperate he was to maintain in his Bohemian lifestyle. He rented a small room away from his apartment at thirty nine Rue des Card. This way he could be away from Hatley land. Their young child free to work without distractions but he also avoided his wife. Even when he wasn't working in fact had Lianne end Hemingway's relationship had never been the same since that suitcase was stolen at the Gary Dalil whenever the topic arose Hemingway told Hadley Lee he had forgiven her and the loss was for the best but she wasn't convinced that her husband had fully put the event behind them. Soon Hadley became more aware of her husband's wandering I. She noticed that he had become more flirtatious. She feared that because she'd broken his trust. He was now looking for companionship with other women. In truth. Hemingway did seem to harbor some unconscious resentment. His anger coupled hold with heavily growing guilt and paranoia proved a potent toxin to their marriage in December of nineteen twenty. Five Hemingway met a friend of had lease these thirty year. Old Pauline pfeiffer. He seduced her in early. Nineteen Twenty six had learned of her her husband's affair three months later. The couple separated Hadley told hemingway she would grant him the divorce under one condition. He and pauline needed to spend one hundred days apart. So Pauline moved back to Arkansas and hemingway fell into a dark period of his life. His torment stemmed mainly from the fact that he was in love with both of these women but Hadley only reminded him of the work that had gone missing. Seen a chapter of his life completely erased and for possibly the first time suicidal thoughts began to surface. He Self medicated medicated. With copious amounts of liquor. A hundred days later hemingway reunited with Pauline in Paris and he got his divorce from sadly perhaps the couple would have stayed together. Had it not been for their excruciating guilt and repressed anger instead. The the loss of the manuscripts caused their marriage to burst at the seams. But the divorce was just the start of Hemingway's mental spiral coming up other materials from Hemingway's past resurface in Modern Day author's craft their own own fictional theories about the lost valise. Now back to the story after losing years of early work during a train trip. Ernest Hemingway grappled with the loss. Even after he pushed himself to new literary heights he nursed resentment against his wife. Hadley who'd misplaced is placed the manuscript four years after the loss in January nineteen twenty seven thirty five year old Hadley and twenty-seven-year-old. Hemingway divorced by May Hemingway had settled into his new life with pauline pfeiffer. His divorce from Hadley had meant erasing the final final piece of his past. But the memories still lingered he carried the painful images of war the sting of his lost work and the love he'd had to sacrifice in order to move on drinking allowed him to funnel that trauma onto the page by the end of the decade the legendary author had published three full length novels including farewell to arms with the help of Gertrude Stein but his constant drinking meant he was also repeating adding old mistakes before leaving Peres in nineteen twenty seven twenty eight year old hemingway's stored to giant trunks full of manuscripts grabs in the basement of the Ritz Hotel. The author completely forgot about the sentimental scribblings and left them behind as he moved to Kansas City and eventually elite key. West Florida with Paulie but in nineteen twenty eight. Hemingway received news that his father had died of suicide. Did the artist felt as though his world was ripped from under him. It wasn't long. Before Hemingway to grappled with thoughts of self harm and his drinking spiraled out of control and affected some of his most cherished relationships he was exhibiting the same bad behavior has after the loss of his manuscript only now the consequences were more extreme his friendship with Gertrude. Stein fell apart when he insulted their mutual chill friend Sherwood Anderson in his book the torrents of spring after burning bridges with the author and the other members of her Salon Hemingway. Hemingway continued to destroy his closest relationships in nineteen thirty seven while covering the war in Spain. Thirty eight year old. Hemingway cozied lead up to another fellow journalist thirty two year old Martha Gill Horn in nineteen. Forty he divorced Pauline and married Martha that that same year. Hemingway published his smash hit for whom the bell tolls placing him at the height of his fame in one thousand. Nine hundred forty four forty-five-year-old. Hemingway was on business in London when he met thirty six year. Old Mary Walsh. Mary would be his fourth wife replacing Martha with a nineteen forty-six. It seemed that Hemingway never got over his fear of betrayal. Perhaps stemming back to when Hadley lost that suitcase case he was constantly on the defense afraid to let his guard down or trust any of his wives or girlfriends but in one thousand nine hundred fifty six forgotten artifact resurfaced from Hemingway's past delivering a bit of good news while passing through Paris. Yes he decided to visit his old haunt the Ritz hotel. The manager politely approached Hemingway during his lunch. He asked the author if he was aware that they had been storing trunk of his belongings in the basement. For All these years it had been three decades. Since the items had crossed Hemingway's anyways mind. The trunk was delivered up to the manager's office with tears in his eyes hemingway sifted through the material that he had somehow L. completely forgotten inside. Were close memos notes receipts old beds dozens of letters but most importantly only two diaries filled with memories of his time. In Paris a dormant piece of the author came alive that afternoon. Perhaps this discovery every gave hemingway a taste of the closure that he'd so desperately sought the recovered materials from the Ritz inspired hemingway to begin his Parisian Memoir Dr titled a Moveable Feast. The book was one of the last. Works that hemingway ever penned around one thousand nine hundred fifty nine fifty one year old Mary. Walsh and sixty year old. Hemingway retired to Ketchum Idaho where he could finally live a quiet suburban life but in nineteen nineteen sixty one. Hemingway began to suffer from paranoia. The artist believed that the FBI was ransacking his home and following him about town. This behavior forced Mary to admit him to the Mayo Clinic where he was treated with electroconvulsive. Therapy.

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"pauline pfeiffer" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

Happy Hour Gets Weird

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"pauline pfeiffer" 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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