Born in , Ernest Hemingway was a leading American journalist and Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist. Turned away from the US military because of an eye defection, Hemingway joined the American.
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After graduation inhe first taught in West Virginia and then studied at the Wayland Seminary before returning to teach at Hampton.
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