The Good, Bad and Ugly Habits of Famous Writers

Let’s cover booze first…

And the most famous boozy writer of all time?

Take Ernest Hemingway.

A prolific and inspired writer, he was also notorious for his drinking.

His biographer Anthony Burgess wrote:

“The manager of the Gritti Palace in Venice tells

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