4 posts tagged ernest hemingway
Hemingway’s hamburger recipe has wine in it… naturally.
Flavorwire put together this fantastic list of literary jibes that author’s have used for their characters. These are my favorite.
For bitter arguments in Parisian bars:
“I misjudged you… You’re not a moron. You’re only a case of arrested development.” – The Sun Also Rises, Ernest Hemingway
When only the juiciest alliteration will do (or when cursing out children):
“You blithering idiot! … You festering gumboil! You fleabitten fungus! … You bursting blister! You moth-eaten maggot!” – Matilda, Roald Dahl
For long evenings of verbal sparring:
“In my mind, Martha, you are buried in cement right up to your neck. No… right up to your nose… that’s much quieter.” - Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Edward Albee
When you’ve finally decided to say what you’re thinking:
“You bloody old towser-faced boot-faced totem-pole on a crap reservation.” – Lucky Jim, Kingsley Amis
Ernest Hemingway and his cat.
I hope this is me someday, sans the beard. Or maybe with the beard. I don’t know yet.
Literary prints by Evan Robertson, Owner and Illustrator, Obvious State
Really love the Jean-Paul Sartre quote. I’ll need these to hang in the non-existent office I dream of someday having…