Sunday, August 28, 2011

BW 35: H is for Heminway, sort of.....

Hello, my darlings!  I'm still on vacation in Washington and have been sharing one computer with my hubby and son.  I haven't been spending a whole lot of time online, in favor of reading and enjoying our wonderful view when we aren't out and about. 

Mount Rainer - sunset
My guys in backyard, hanging out

So I'm leaving you with a short pictorial of writers at work.    Back when they did it the old fashioned way - using a typewriter

Ernest Hemingway working on For Whom the Bell Tolls 1939

William Faulkner working on screenplay 1940

Ralph Ellison in Rome in 1957

Agatha Christie

George Bernard Shaw 1929

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  1. I hope you are having a wonderful time. And I love, love, love the old photos!

  2. what a great author, I like these posts you make about them.

  3. Great photo's. It's so much easier with modern word programmes but there's something special about old typewriters ! Saying that Microsoft word was being a pain yesterday and I ended up writing one page instead of a few !



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