Hemingway's love of nature and writers' discipline were instilled in him from a young age.
During his time in Italy during WWI, Ernest Hemingway suffered life-threatening injuries.
Two years' worth of Hemingway's work was lost on a train from Paris when he was just 23.
Edna O'Brien reads a passage from Ernest Hemingway's short story, "Up in Michigan."
Hemingway was inspired to write "The Sun Also Rises" during his travels across Spain.