Some might argue that the Age of Exploration (and adventure) is over. When the word explorer is used, the term is likely attributed to the likes of Ernest Shackleton, Amelia Earhart, Lewis & Clark and even the likes of Teddy Roosevelt. However, there’s another who should join their ranks. He is arguably one of the greatest literary icons of the 20th century. Ernest Hemingway drew the inspiration for many of his prize-winning stories from his own life experiences.
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