Hemingway's legacy to American literature is his style: writers who came after him emulated it or avoided it. He wrote men’s books about manly subjects: war, bullfighting, deep sea fishing. He became the spokesperson for the post–World War I generation, having established a style to follow. Early in 1950, Hemingway started work on a "sea trilogy", to consist of three sections: "The Sea When Young"; "The Sea When Absent"; and "The Sea in Being". The last was published in 1952 as The Old Man and the Sea. He also wrote an unpublished story, "Sea-Chase", which his wife and editor combined with the previous stories about the islands, renamed them as Islands in the Stream, which was published in 1970. The work, rough but seemingly finished, was found by Mary Hemingway among 332 works Hemingway left behind at his death. This is the last book Hemingway wrote before he died. Thomas Hudson - a typical Hemingway stoic male figure - is a renowned American painter who finds tranquillity on the island of Bimini, in the Bahamas, a far cry from his usual adventurous lifestyle. But when his sons come to visit, Hudson must grapple with the role of father and the unfamiliar demands of family. While you listen online to English audiobook "Islands in the Stream” for free you will discover a novel in which Hemingway used many of his real-life experiences, friends, and relatives, to form his stories and base his characters on.