Ernest Hemingway 95 Years Ago

 Ninty-five years ago this week.Ernest Hemingway was severely wounded in WW I. In July, 1918, an eighteen year old Hemingway was on the Austrian-Hungary front working as a Red Cross ambulance driver at the time, an experience that shaped his 1929 novel, A Farewell to Arms. 

 The Pulitzer prize winning author for " The Old Man and The Sea "  in 1952 and who died in 1961 left us a legacy in a wide variety of works that

the Village Bookstore has available.  " For Whom the Bells Toll " to" To Have or To Have Not " seem to be immortal works of literature.

These  titles and books by other notable authors are now available ata the Village Bookstore.

Posted By: Marc Katz
Date: Thu Jul 11 12:31:41 EDT 2013