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Short Stories of Ernest Hemingway as Reflections of the Author's Life

quotes Gertrude Stein as calling Hemingways set "the lost generation" (Roth, 450). Although only a few of his stories and novels a...

Analysis of Hemingway's, The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber

This paper analyzes Ernest Hemingway's short story, The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber. The author addresses narrative voic...

Ernest Hemingway's Life Reflected in the Short Story 'Hills Like White Elephants'

driver, and at last he made it to the front in Europe during the height of World War I (Roth, 450). He was seriously wounded in It...

Short Stories as They Reflect the Life of Ernest Hemingway II

In nine pages this paper examines how the life of Ernest Hemingway particularly his wartime experiences are reflected in his short...

Meaning, Modernism, and Postmodernism in the Short Stories of Ernest Hemingway

In eight pages a search for meaning and the literary transition from modernism into postmodernism is presented in a discussion of ...

A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway Mirror's the Author's Life

description would be a scene from Ernest Hemingways classic 1929 novel, A Farewell to Arms. The eyes that survey the bloody scene...

'Indian Camp' by Ernest Hemingway

his physician father to perform a Caesarean on a pregnant squaw. Dr. Adams describes the serious medical situation in clinical, m...

The Snows of Kilimanjaro by Ernest Hemingway and the 'Failed Artist'

to salvage their relationship. When a scratch on his leg goes untreated with iodine, it becomes gangrenous, and as he lay dying, ...

'Hills Like White Elephants' by Ernest Hemingway

In four pages this essay analyzes the short story by Ernest Hemingway with an emphasis upon symbolism includiing that represented ...

A Clean Well-Lighted Place by Hemingway

conversation between the bartenders as they speak of how he had tried to commit suicide. The older bartender indicates that it mus...

2 Works of Ernest Hemingway Analyzed

may have gone on behind the scenes with the authors own relationships with the opposite gender. THE SYMBOLISM This Hemingway vig...

Review: “The Sun Also Rises”

and Barnes are the same person. What is clear is that Hemingways experiences make Barnes seem very real. So does Hemingways famou...

Ernest Hemingway's Life and Writings

war, his writing talents waned but soon a short novel, The Old Man and the Sea, would emerge in 1952 ("Hemingway" PG). He won the ...

Short Stories of Ernest Hemingway and the Portrayal of Women

for her money, but resents her for the power it has given her and the lack of ambition he himself embraces. He feels he has paid ...

Art and Life of Ernest Hemingway

in Europe. He was seriously wounded in Italy, and incurred nearly a dozen operations to restore complete function to his knee, whi...

Heroes in 3 Stories by Ernest Hemingway

In six pages this paper examines the depiction of heroes in the short stories 'Hills Like White Elephants,' 'Soldier's Home,' and ...

Analysis of 'Solder's Home' by Ernest Hemingway

Kansas City Star, Hemingway himself "left Kansas City in the spring of 1918 and did not return for 10 years, [becoming] the first ...

3 Short Stories About Growing Up

She has been given the opportunity, or so she thinks, to finally live a life that is solely hers. There is a powerful sense of fre...

'A Clean Well Lighted Place' by Ernest Hemingway

This paper consisting of six pages argues that in this story art reflects life as the common denominator linking Hemingway to his ...

Zhang, Lahiri/Memoir and Short Story

was arrested by the cultural revolutionary forces and tortured for several months (Zhang 14). Otherwise, there was "usually enough...

Analysis of Ernest Hemingway's The Old Man and the Sea

writer recalls reading once that Hemingway said it really was nothing more than a book about an old man and the sea, nothing more....

Environment and For Whom the Bell Tolls by Ernest Hemingway

In six pages this paper examines the socioeconomic and physical environments depicted in For Whom The Bell Tolls by Ernest Hemingw...

Ernest Hemingway's Primary Literary Themes

he presents. There is pain and violence and death in Hemingways world, and he struggles to show his readers this aspect of life....

John Keats and Ernest Hemingway

desperation or dismay of the narrator whereas Hemingways story leaves us to infer the desperation, but the ending is very similar....

Loneliness and Hemingway

three oclock. What kind of hour is that to go to bed?" (Hemingway). His colleague says "He stays up because he likes it" (Hemingwa...

Women’s Rights and Hills Like White Elephants

women: "During the early 20th century the term new woman came to be used in the popular press. More young women than ever were goi...

Life of Ernest Hemingway Reflected in his Art

Uncle Sam finally entered the First World War in 1917, Hemingway tried to enlist, but was constantly rejected because of his poor ...

Gender Roles and the Impacts of Cultural and Social Inflences

doesnt let this bother her in the least (Hurston, 1999). Interestingly, despite Janies assertiveness and her obvious independen...

D.H. Lawrence's 'The White Stocking' and Ernest Hemingway's 'The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber'

of "The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber" as something of a metaphor for what is generally referred to as the "war between the...

Escaping into Nature Through Literature

In six pages this paper discusses how escaping into nature is thematically developed in Henry Roth's Call It Sleep, William Faulkn...