Ernest Hemingway and the Pulitzer Prize.
The Pulitzer Prize is awarded to twenty-one deserving individuals each year. Joseph Pulitzer was a revered journalist renown for his writing who worked his way up to the top of the ladder to become an ambitious newspaper publisher. In 1953, Ernest Hemingway won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction for his book, The Old Man and the Sea. This seems very appropriate because the style of Hemingway's writing can be compared to the way a journalist must write for a newspaper.
Hemingway writes brief, descriptive sentences that leave room for the reader to use their imagination while getting across the…
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