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The Ernest Hemingway Thread

Tomasso

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I think an endorsement for fishing and hunting gear would have been right up his alley as well. Abercrombie & Fitch would have been a natural fit as he was a loyal customer till the very, very end.
 

HadleyH

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Please! please have a look at this!!!!!!



EAU d'ERNEST yes! this is true! this men's perfume evokes the mystique and the scent of Ernest!!! ( I wonder what is it like? :Dlol)

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Designed by Bulgarian artist Daniel Bozhkov for the 9th International Istanbul Biennial.

Bozhkov has created Eau d'Ernest, a perfume that evokes the spirit of American writer Ernest Hemingway. Through his books and public persona, Hemingway came to embody the myth of American individuality and virile courage. As Bozhkov writes, Hemingway is an emblematic person from a time when America smelled good. In 2003 Bozhkov stayed in the old Büyük Londra Oteli in Beyoğlu, where Hemingway stayed in 1922 while covering the Greco-Turkish War for the Toronto Daily Star. Eau d'Ernest is a contemporary scent for men inspired by Hemingway's idea of courage as grace under pressure. It captures the senses with the powerful mystique of safari and the exhilaration of the bullfight. Eau d'Ernest is an exurberant combination of sophistication and audacity with some vulnerable and tragic notes.
Bozhkov developed Eau d'Ernest with Ulrich Lang Fragrances, New York and the perfumer Virginia Bonofiglio. Dark, brooding notes of burnt woods and sensual musks evoke bold masculinity while top notes of anis and basil, highlighted with Italian bergamot, add freshness and youthful athleticism.
 

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Please! please have a look at this!!!!!!



EAU d'ERNEST yes! this is true! this men's perfume evokes the mystique and the scent of Ernest!!! ( I wonder what is it like? :Dlol)

Hang out at Sloppy Joes after closing and take a deep breath...lol
 

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I am getting ready to dine and have an evening out.

I have my cologne, Eau de Sloppy Joe's AKA ...
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I have my beverage ..
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I have my marinade..
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I have my clothing..
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I know what I want to walk in...
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I know want I want to walk on...
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I am all set... :D
 
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HadleyH

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"Our nada who art in nada, nada be thy name thy kingdom nada thy will be nada in nada as it is in nada. Give us this nada our daily nada and nada us our nada as we nada our nadas and nada us not into nada but deliver us from nada; pues nada. Hail nothing full of nothing, nothing is with thee."



From the short story"A Clean, Well-Lighted Place", first published in 1926 and later included in his 1933 collection, "Winner Take Nothing."
 

Nathan Dodge

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It truly is, however, I copied the cologne from another poster(HadleyH)at the top of the page I was putting together some items that showed the commercialism behind the Ernest Hemingway name.

When I saw that, I was so excited I nearly dropped my cup of Green Hills of Africa-brand coffee...
 

HadleyH

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"I know the night is not the same as the day: that all things are different, that the things of the night cannot be explained in the day, because they do not then exist, and the night can be a dreadful time for lonely people once their loneliness has started."

from this book
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Icthruu74

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How about the articles he wrote for the various magazines of the time? I have been able to read some through the various "Hemingway On" books. Does anyone know of a source for more of these?
 

HadleyH

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Hadley, they are great pics, I haven't read through the whole thread so I don't know if it's been discussed before, but I noticed the last picture of Martha Gellhorn with Hemingway, she was an extraordinary woman.

She was a great woman indeed Lolly!

I have a biography of her "Beautiful Exile- The Life of Martha Gellhorn" by Carl Rollyson. I haven't read it yet... may be soon!;):D
 

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