Impressions Upon a Muse- a.k.a Ernest M. Hemingway

"He was never wanting in inspiration. He loves the wild of the sea, the symbolism there is in the desert that which bunked Kilimanjaro mountains, and a fitting display of the remnant of a hard fight there is in war witnessed as a volunteer paramedic driver. The rounds with alcoholism were downplayed publicly in his lifetime more than his love for fishing, boxing, bullfighting and guns. In fact, he is known for a drink or two as he writes and never more.The name game of bar studio evening revelries appeared to add up to the rich additives operating the characters in the stories that came until the muse leaves a blank space in his struggle for more."