For Whom the Bell Tolls?

For Whom the Bells Toll? by Rudy Girón

No man is an island, entire of itself… any man’s death diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind, and therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for thee. John Donne (1572-1631)

Okay, it’s time to put Ernest Hemingway on my reading list for this year. What book from Ernest Hemingway do you recommend?

De acuerdo, ha llegado la hora de añadir un libro de Ernesto Hemingway a mi lista de lectura para el año. ¿Cual libro me recomiendan?

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  • Benkluga

    The Sun Also Rises

  • scott

    Yes–The Sun Also Rises is excellent. I’d also recommend the short stories and the memoir A Moveable Feast.

    • @a17239413c826c5ea3117485460409a9:disqus thanks for the additional recommendations, I am putting them in my Amazon wish list. 

      • scott

        Have you read El Viejo y El Mar? It’s fairly late Hemingway but is still a very good read.

        How are you doing Rudy?

        • @Scott, I read the Old Man and The Sea when I was in High School and once more later on. I also watched the movie a couple of times. Hemingway has always been among my favorite authors.

          I am not feeling well recently, too many questions and issues in my mind. I think I need a sabbatical-walkabout year. 🙁

  • Paris era una fiesta, es el único que he leido pero me gustó bastante. Además lo lei tras un viaje a la ciudad de la luz.

  • Chris

    I recommend The Old Man and the Sea. The Sun Also Rises is good too

  • Guy Howard

    You do have to start with ‘The Sun Also Rises’…