Hemingway

Ken Burns and Lynn Novick explore the writer and his enduring influence.

Episodes

  • The Blank Page (1944-1961)

    Hemingway writes The Old Man and the Sea but is overcome by mental illness.
  • Spanish Version | The Avatar (1929-1944)

    Tras alcanzar la fama, Hemingway hace un reportaje sobre la Guerra Civil española.
  • The Avatar (1929-1944)

    Hemingway, having achieved literary fame, goes to report on the Spanish Civil War.
  • Spanish Version | A Writer (1899-1929)

    Después de mudarse a París, Hemingway tiene éxito con su segunda novela, Adiós a las armas
  • A Writer (1899-1929)

    Hemingway moves to Paris and finds success with his second novel, A Farewell to Arms.

Specials

  • Hemingway and Biography

    A Q&A event with Ken Burns, Lynn Novick, Amanda Vaill, Howard Bryant and Paul Elie.
  • Hemingway the Author

    A Q&A event with Ken Burns, Lynn Novick, Tobias Wolff, Abraham Verghese and Alan Price.
  • Hemingway, Gender and Identity

    A virtual Q&A event with Ken Burns, Lynn Novick, Mary Karr, Marc Dudley and Lisa Kennedy.
  • Hemingway, the Sea and Cuba

    Q&A with Ken Burns, Lynn Novick, Cristina Garcia, Brin-Jonathan Butler and Ann Bocock.
  • Hemingway and Celebrity

    A Q&A event with Ken Burns, Lynn Novick, Lesley Blume, Patt Morrison and Rachel Kushner.
  • Hemingway and the Natural World

    A Q&A with Ken Burns, Sarah Botstein, Terry Tempest Williams and Jenny Emery Davidson.
  • Hemingway, Journalism and War

    A Virtual Q&A event with Ken Burns, Lynn Novick, Alex Vernon and Melinda Henneberger.
  • Hemingway and Childhood

    A Virtual Q&A event with Ken Burns, Lynn Novick, Verna Kale, Tim O’Brien and Paris Schutz.

About Hemingway

Ken Burns and Lynn Novick explore the life and work of the legendary writer and his enduring influence on literature and culture. Three-part, six-hour series premieres April 5, 2021.

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