The Dangerous Summer
A look at the life of Ernest Hemingway through his book “The Dangerous Summer.”
This paper analyzes one of Hemingway’s final works called `The Dangerous Summer.` The novel describes one of the author’s last trips made before his death to see the matadors in Spain. The writer of the paper places this book in context providing a brief look at his life.
“Hemingway was a man that grew up in a very difficult period of time beginning with the turn of the century then World War 1. Hemingway was an athletic kid during middle school and high school but was not exceptionally good. Hemingway was an upper middle class that grew up with four sisters and a brother, him being the second oldest. In whatever he wanted to do and he was told he can do it and be successful with it. He was born under a strong religious background, strong mid-western values physical fitness, and self-determination. As a boy he lived in a little suburb outside of Chicago and had a summerhouse to fishing and hunting in Michigan. As he got older and more successful he lived in many major cities and when he had moved out of the phase of living in big cities like Paris, Chicago, Toronto he then chose to live in small quiet places like Idaho, Keywest, Cuba. ”