When it comes to classic literature I went through a period in my early twenty's when I would visit the Library after work and roam the old shelves in the vault. I found Steinbeck, Fitzgerald, Proust and loved getting lost in their worlds. With regard to Ernest Hemingway I've only read one of his works - A Moveable Feast. This is actually a memoir of his time being an expatriate writer in Paris in the 1920's. So, I really haven't read a literary creation of his, yet. Have you?
I think I let his personae of bullfighting and hunting guide my interest in his writing. These two things have little to absolutely no interest to me so I passed him by. However, reading more about his first novel, The Sun Also Rises (1926) has me intrigued. A disaffected young American spending time in Spain and France. I could go for that!
Have you read many, or any, of Ernest Hemingway's books? Do you have a favorite?