Mary Welsh Hemingway (5 avril 1908 – 26 novembre 1986) est une journaliste américaine et la quatrième et dernière femme d'Ernest Hemingway.

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  • Mary Welsh Hemingway (5 avril 1908 – 26 novembre 1986) est une journaliste américaine et la quatrième et dernière femme d'Ernest Hemingway.
  • Mary Welsh Hemingway (April 5, 1908 – November 26, 1986) was an American journalist and the fourth wife (and widow) of Ernest Hemingway.Born in Walker, Minnesota, Welsh was a daughter of a lumberman. In 1938, she married Lawrence Miller Cook, a drama student from Ohio. Their life together was short and they soon separated. After the separation, Mary moved to Chicago and began working at the Chicago Daily News, where she met Will Lang Jr.. The two formed a fast friendship and worked together on several assignments. A career move presented itself during a vacation trip to London, when Mary started a new job at the London Daily Express. The position soon brought her assignments in Paris during the years preceding World War II.After the fall of France in 1940, Welsh returned to London to cover the events of the War. She also attended and reported on the press conferences of Winston Churchill. Mary made an accusation of plagiarism against several fellow journalists, including Andy Rooney, although the accusations were proven false.It was also during the war years that she married Australian journalist Noel Monks. In 1944 she met Ernest Hemingway in London and they became intimate.In 1945, Mary Welsh divorced Noel Monks, and in March 1946, she married Ernest Hemingway, the ceremony taking place in Cuba. In August 1946, she had a miscarriage due to an ectopic pregnancy. Mary lived with Ernest in Cuba and, after 1959, in Ketchum, Idaho. After Ernest's suicide in 1961, Mary acted as his literary executor, and was responsible for the publication of A Moveable Feast and other posthumous works.In 1976, she wrote her autobiography, How It Was. Further biographical details of Mary Welsh Hemingway can be found in the numerous Hemingway biographies and also in The Hemingway Women
  • Mary Welsh Hemingway (1908ko apirilaren 5a - 1986ko azaroaren 26a) kazetari amerikarra izan zen, eta Ernest Hemingwayen laugarren emazte eta alarguna. Minnesotan jaio zen, egurgile baten alaba zelarik. 32 urte zituela, Lawrence Miller Cook, Ohioko drama ikasle batekin ezkondu zen. Ez zuten luze iraun elkarrekin eta banatu egin ziren. Banaketaren ostean, Mary Chicagora joan zen Chicago Daily News egunkarira lanera, eta bertan ezagutu zuen Will Lang Jr. Oporretan Londresera joan zen eta London Daily Express egunkarian lanean bukatu zuen. Paris-era bidali zuten Bigarren Mundu Gerra hastear zegoela berri ematera. Gerra garaian ezagutu zuen Noel Monks kazetari Australiarra, bere senarra izango zena. 1944an Ernest Hemingway ezagutu zuen Londresen eta lagun minak bihurtu ziren. 1945ean, Mary Wels dibortziatu egin zen Noel Monksengatik, eta 1946ko martxoan Ernest Hemingwayekin ezkondu zen Kuban. Harrezgeroztik elkarrekin bizi izan ziren Kuban, Key West, Florida eta azkenik Ketchum, Idahon. 1976an, How It Was deituriko autobiografia idatzi zuen.
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  • Mary Welsh Hemingway (5 avril 1908 – 26 novembre 1986) est une journaliste américaine et la quatrième et dernière femme d'Ernest Hemingway.
  • Mary Welsh Hemingway (1908ko apirilaren 5a - 1986ko azaroaren 26a) kazetari amerikarra izan zen, eta Ernest Hemingwayen laugarren emazte eta alarguna. Minnesotan jaio zen, egurgile baten alaba zelarik. 32 urte zituela, Lawrence Miller Cook, Ohioko drama ikasle batekin ezkondu zen. Ez zuten luze iraun elkarrekin eta banatu egin ziren. Banaketaren ostean, Mary Chicagora joan zen Chicago Daily News egunkarira lanera, eta bertan ezagutu zuen Will Lang Jr.
  • Mary Welsh Hemingway (April 5, 1908 – November 26, 1986) was an American journalist and the fourth wife (and widow) of Ernest Hemingway.Born in Walker, Minnesota, Welsh was a daughter of a lumberman. In 1938, she married Lawrence Miller Cook, a drama student from Ohio. Their life together was short and they soon separated. After the separation, Mary moved to Chicago and began working at the Chicago Daily News, where she met Will Lang Jr..
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