Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961) escritor y periodista estadounidense, ganador del Premio Pulitzer en 1953 y del Premio Nobel en 1954.
La sencillez, o mejor dicho, lo que enmascara la sencilla narración de Hemingway en sus cuentos apabulla, sin dejarte indiferente. No te frena, y hace la lectura sutil y airada, llenándote como un cubo bajo una goma que gotea hasta que, sin darte cuenta, estás a punto de rebosar.
Lectura obligada para cuentistas, jóvenes escritores, o simplemente para todo lector apasionado de la buena literatura.
La postal que acompaña la foto es "El eterno ídolo" de Rodin.
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The Tale of Hemingway’s Beds
Picture #1 This is Hemingway’s first bed that we bought right after adopting him 2 years ago when he was 2. Just as big then as he is now. As you can see, he looks like a giant in this bed. We call it his Daybed because he only takes daytime naps in it. ...
Picture #2 Hemingway’s Teepee. This pic was taken immediately after putting it together. Since then he mainly uses it as a hiding place and as part of his obstacle course. ...
Picture #3 Bought him this much bigger bed last Sunday. All of a sudden he looks tiny. Well, normal size at least. This pic was taken that first night but since then he’s decided this is his bathtub. He climbs in, takes a long elaborate bath, then slinks out of it to fall asleep on the human bed as he’s always preferred for nighttime sleeping.