The article features the late U.S. novelist Ernest Hemingway and his experiences in war. The author served as a Red Cross ambulance driver and rescued a wounded soldier despite having serious wounds in Italy on July 8, 1918. It is said that his stories about war helped him rise to literary prominence. Information about women with whom Hemingway had love affairs is provided, including U.S. nurse Agnes von Kurowsky, his first wife Hadley Richardson and his second wife Pauline Pfeiffer.
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