Top 10 Books by Ernest Hemingway

 

Ernest Hemingway was a well known American author and most influential writers of 20th century. The gentle turn of phrase also gives you the best work as the speculation of the beauty to the maximum excellence in a great way. Ernest Hemingway is highly passionate about the life, war, and work. Hemingway traveled all Europe and have driven the ambulances in Italy during First World War, lived alongside artists and worked as a journalist during Spanish Civil War. Ernest Hemingway also turns a writer in 1920s in Paris. Following below are the top 10 books by Ernest Hemingway and the most memorable Hemingway novels that gives you more opportunity to enjoy reading.

 

For Whom the Bell Tolls

For Whom the Bell Tolls, is best Ernest Hemingway books in order and war-story about Robert Jordan, American, on Hemingway's real-life in the Spanish Civil War. Robert Jordan was one of the greatest explosives expert and fighter of republican guerillas. Before the attack on the city of Segovia, Robert Jordan was assigned the task of destroying the strategically-important bridge. The love story of Robert and Maria along with the Spain and Spanish culture has been explained clearly in the story.

Read it For:
Reading the For Whom the Bell Tolls lets you easily explore themes of honor, nature, camaraderie, love, innocence, the value of human life, duty, and war.
Don't Read it For:
Vast story line so takes more time to read
What makes this book stand out?:
For Whom the Bell Tolls is the Hemingway's best works and quite admirable to know the real-life experience.

The Old Man and the Sea

The Old Man and the Sea was the last novel of Hemingway. It depicts the beautiful story of Santiago and experienced fisherman with the 84-day streak of failing and catching of the fish that comes to an end. The Old Man and the Sea is novel also the multi-textural and multi-layered that lets you to know about the meanings, themes as well as motifs. The fish tale does honor to author and foundering under the weight of such postwar stinkers the Across the River and into the Trees. The novel also led to receipt of Nobel Prize in 1954.

Read it For:
Reading the books lets you to explore honor, glory, pride, life, redemption, martyrdom as well as the struggle of Christ.
Don't Read it For:
Nothing about the short story fascinated as every page has the normal storyline
What makes this book stand out?:
The Old Man and the Sea won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1953. In 1954, Hemingway’s Nobel Prize for Literature was awarded.

The Garden of Eden

The Garden of Eden is one of the Ernest Hemingway best sellers and uncompleted novel in 1986. 25 years after the death of Hemingway, the story follows the life of David Bourne, an American writer, and his wife, Catherine in France and Spain. When the couple went on their honeymoon, Bourne couple meets a young woman called Marita. Both of them fall in love thus causing deterioration in their relationship.

Read it For:
This book deals with the exploration of androgyny, gender-roles, contempt, and hatred felt in between the newly-wed couple.
Don't Read it For:
Dialogues are difficult to follow, stilted, and unrealistic. Bourne's wife has been portrayed as narcissistic and thereby unlikeable and annoying.
What makes this book stand out?:
The Garden of Eden is an excellent psychological novel that you could have ever read, and it seldom goes into characters.

A Farewell to Arms

A Farewell to Arms is the Hemingway’s third book and taken from the poem by George Peele. He was a 16th-century dramatist and poet. The Ernest Hemingway books are first-person account during the First World War based on the American lieutenant in ambulance corps of Italian Army. Fictional experiences of Henry in the story are also similar to that of Hemingway experienced during the conflict.

Read it For:
Reading this book helps to know about a man who spent all his adult life, and he survived the wars on the battlefield and personal levels.
Don't Read it For:
Dark and poorly written middle age fantasy.
What makes this book stand out?:
Hemingway typically takes forever and drags you into the story with bringing you best entertainment to read in the much more fascinating way.
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The Sun Also Rises

The Sun Also Rises attained the fame of Hemingway with making him the most standing author. The story follows of “The Sun Also Rises” follows a group of British and American men and women who travel from Paris to Pamplona for watching the game of Bulls also called as encierro, and also they tend to watch the bullfighting game at the festival of San Fermin. The two likes to explore the relationship between Jake Barnes, a narrator and unpredictable Lady Brett Ashley who likes to enter the First World War European elite.

Read it For:
Reading the super-book brings you the best entertainment you could have ever imagined. Americans who wander in Europe means that they can get a taste of what it’s like.
Don't Read it For:
Boring rant of rich folk who finds it difficult to travel.
What makes this book stand out?:
The author Hemingway was alcoholic, and this book was written in the earlier in the career with putting the steady stream in his work.

To Have and Have Not

To Have and Have Not is Ernest Hemingway best book and fourth published novel. Harry Morgan, story's protagonist, runs illegal importation as well as exportation between Cuba and Florida. After being swindled between anguish of Great Depression, Morgan has been forced to make the ends with meeting and taking jobs on the wrong side of the law.

Read it For:
Reading the book helps you to find the classic strong character development along with the magnificent story-telling ability.
Don't Read it For:
Disconnected, rambling and not the prose expected from Ernest Hemingway.
What makes this book stand out?:
Perhaps his biography is written more cohesively and inspired many numbers of people across the world.

A Moveable Feast

Classic memoir of Ernest Hemingway in the 1920s is now available as the restored edition. A Moveable Feast includes original manuscript with insightful recollections as well as the unfinished sketches.

Read it For:
Reading the Hemingway unpublished manuscript helps you to find the treasure of life.
Don't Read it For:
Lengthy diatribe about Lost Generation of Americans in Paris.
What makes this book stand out?:
Ernest Hemingway ranks as famous of 20th century American writers and one of the rare authors most people know about.

The Torrents of Spring

The Torrents of Spring is a parody of the Chicago school of literature. The Torrents of Spring is a burlesque of Sherwood Anderson's Dark Laughter and narrative, other literary associated with American and British writers.

Read it For:
Hemingway is a favorite author for most people, and Ernest Hemingway popular novels are great to read.
Don't Read it For:
Don’t waste your time reading this as you will not understand immediately why it worked so well!
What makes this book stand out?:
Regarded as a writer dedicated to his craft, Hemingway was a man of action and happened to be afflicted with genius. Hemingway won the Nobel Prize in 1954.

True at First Light

True at First Light is self-portrait as well as a dramatic fictional chronicle of the final Ernest Hemingway's African safari. True at First Light was his unpublished work written when he returned from Kenya in 1953.

Read it For:
Hemingway is one of the greatest authors and this book is quite inspirational to read.
Don't Read it For:
The book is complete trick phrases, self-absorbency, as well as the author's assumption.
What makes this book stand out?:
Hemingway's True at First Light was edited and published by his son Patrick. His legacy was restored in this amazing novel.

Death in the Afternoon

Death in the Afternoon is considered one of the best books ever written about bullfighting. Hemingway's belief about bullfighting was more than mere sport. Death in the Afternoon has deeper contemplation of nature of bravery, sport, and cowardice.

Read it For:
Get a fascinating look at the history of bullfighting.
Don't Read it For:
Everyone was expecting fiction, but this book is only about the history of bullfighting.
What makes this book stand out?:
Ernest Hemingway has influenced the style of English prose when compared to another writer of his time. His classic novel won the Pulitzer Prize in 1953.

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