Another round character is the man who seems to be selfish in forcing the girl to do abortion because he likes his current life style.In my idea Hemingway has left some space in this story for the reader to think about different aspects of modern life in a consumer society and the conflicts that modern people experience in their lives in their ways to reach happiness.We can observe third person narrator obviously narrates the story by means of free indirect style.When talking about forms of narration, it is important to stress out that narrator of this story is an omniscient , the direct and indirect styles are applied to the representation with shifts from direct to indirect style and, finally into the free indirect style (Porter Abbott...
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He thus makes the surface details suggest rather than tell everything they have to tell, hence the strength of his “iceberg.” His short stories, accordingly, deserve the reader’s second or even third reading.Analysis of Hemingway’s Narrative Technique as a Short- Story Writer For many years, the narrative technique of Hemingway has been under debate.Hemingway’s narrative technique, then, is characterized by a curt style that emphasizes objectivity through highly selected details, flat and neutral diction, and simple declarative sentences capable of ironic understatements; by naturalistic presentation of actions and facts, with no attempt of any kind by the author to influence the reader; by heavy reliance on dramatic dialogue of clipped,...
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The diction of a piece provides clues to the author’s general style, and forms the foundation on which the story (and the style in which it is presented) is built.This layering effect is a style that makes the story easy to read, but gets the author’s themes across in a creative and literary way.Equally important to the style of the story is the structure of the sentences and paragraphs.For instance, the following sentence is a complex sentence with two subjects and two verbs: “There is a picture which shows him among his fraternity brothers, all of them wearing exactly the same height and style collar.” The final paragraph is exclusively simple sentences save the first sentence.The result is that Hemingway’s story is easier to read, and...
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If nothing else, this excerpt from The Sun Also Rises absolutely proves the “violation of the traditional syntax and coherence of narrative language.” This excerpt, although twelve lines, is just a single sentence.It is an example of stream of consciousness, which is a literary style that presents a character’s random flow of thoughts as they occur.Thirdly, he presents futility as an overbearing theme to the lives of all the members of the Lost Generation, using Jake’s life as the epitome of futile.Because he incorporates all of these elements into his authorship of The Sun Also Rises, Ernest Hemingway is a modernist.To “depart from standard ways of representing characters,” to “violate the traditional syntax and coherence of narrative l...
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Hemingway believed that “a writer’s style should be direct and personal, his imagery rich and earthy, and his words simple and vigorous.He relates a story in the form of straight journalism, but because he is a master of transmitting emotion with out embelli .Basically his style is simple, direct and somewhat plain.He developed a forceful prose style characterized by simple sentences and few adverbs or adjectives.From almost the beginning of his writing career, Hemingway employed a distinctive style which drew comment from many critics.
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This style allows the reader to have their own thoughts on what Frederic looks like.Telgen, Diane, ed.His style of using in media res, character, and dialogue change the way readers interpret the book.New York: McGraw-Hill, Inc, 1972. .Waldhorn, Arthur, ed.
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Russell descriptive by used color as example: “by the time he closed his door the water was smooth again, dark green plain beneath the thick gray-blue sky”(1).He also wrote about abortion, but he tried to put it a little bit more dramatic; including racism between the couple who were one black and one white.He emphasized in every detail about the story in the landscape, and in the same way for characters.Proposal Ernest Hemingway and Russell Banks both wrote about abortion, but in huge different style.Russell used a more narrative style in his stories, and less dialogue the readers can see dialogue when the story is unfolds contrary to Hemingway.
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This style actually enhances the readers understanding of the story in terms of the setting, characterization, and parts of plot structure.The setting, characterization and the parts of plot structure help Hemingway to achieve that goal.The limited setting is an important part of this simplistic Hemingway style as it eliminates unnecessary confusion in the readers mind.The plot structure is again well delineated, making the parts of the story well distinguishable, and transitions from section to section well defined.This novel is written in a simple style which has a straightforward plot, very distinct descriptions, and few but delineated characters.
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New York: Charles Scribners, 1963.New York: Charles Scribners, 1972.The Snows of Kilimanjaro and Other Stories.In the four works reviewed, Ernest Hemingway has two themes, one about the self and another about his interpretation of a hero, and uses several techniques such as symbolism, first person narrative, and ambiguity that define his style of writing.New York: Simon & Schuster, 1957.
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... on his interaction and communication with others.Though Carver was addicted to alcohol and experienced his unhappy first marriage, in 1983 when Cathedral was published, he has started new li... .... middle of paper ... .In Cathedral, instead of monologue as in A Clean Well-lighted Place, the narrator is more likely talking to us, trying to keep us amused and engaged.On the other hand, the majority of Carver’s life was in a relatively peaceful post-war period.
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Works Cited SVCC 2008.Both the characters were against each other’s point of views but were respecting each other otherwise.It is also a perfect example of his minimalist style of narration.The man was constantly letting the woman feel that she is loved even when he was trying to influence her to sacrifice her happiness.html> Wikipedia 2008.
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tells the story through first person and you always know how he^s .feeling about the other character may be different from what the .she^ll find someone to make her whole, but she never does.themes of American literature in this work are psychology of the .individual, American Dream, Individual in Society and Nature and the .
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Both authors belong to different and special periods of the 20th century and yet, both have a unique style, although they have written in a kind of similar environment and mood.“Observations of the Style of Ernest Hemingway.” The Kenyon Review 13.4 (1951): 581-609.U of Innsbruck, 1999. .Iowa City: Iowa UP, 2008. .Basically, they were hanging out in bars and got drunk in order to deal with their situation of being a writer in the 1920’s of whom society expected to continue writing in Victorian Times’ style.
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The story ‘Hills like White Elephants’ is a relatively ‘short’ short story that is ridden with symbolism; for all its worth, it might have as well been a piece of poetry, if not for its obvious narrative style.This distinct level of identification in the story because of the narrative is a technique used by most writers to create a more general feel to the story; so that the audience, in reading the story, does not have to attach themselves to a particular detail and identify with that detail.Hills like White Elephants.Hemingway, E. (1950).The main theme of abortion is addressed in this particular style, to begin with the title itself, “Hills like White Elephants”.
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” You” and “he” are often alternated in the same sentence in the description, making the narrative points of view frequently change.Hemingway breaks through the limits o f time and space in his pithy style, almost entirely revealing everything both Harry’s waking and imagination.The master of modern narrative art, Hemingway responses to Harry’s the flow of stream of consciousness, so that the stream of consciousness and inner monologue are become into the most powerful tool to express the thinking and activities of the characters.In this way, describing character’s inner activity as if Harry thinks aloud.Through the conversion of narrative point of view, the inner world of characters .
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“Moving to the Girl’s Side of “Hills like White Elephants.London: Routledge, 1997.As one scholar commented, “the ending has seemed stubbornly indeterminate” (Renner); however, the same critic, Renner, has forwarded a compelling theory as to how the resolution of “Hills Like White Elephants” can be deduced from a careful study of its narrative form, imagery, and symbolism, .Renner, Stanley.Hemingway’s story “Hills Like White Elephants” appears on the surface as a brief and unremarkable vignette written almost all in dialogue, with minimal action and an unclear final resolution, the story is actually a “watershed” of narrative invention and a radical shift from Hemingway’s usual perspective, as it is most often defined by readers and cri...
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Immediately after graduation, the budding journalist went to work for the Kansas City Star, gaining experience that would later influence his distinctively stripped-down prose style.On July 8, 1918, Hemingway was severely wounded when a bomb nearly destroyed his knee.At the time, he was working as a journalist for the Toronto Star.During the summer of 1920, Hemingway first met his wife, Elizabeth Hadley Richard and spent most of his time travelling between his family’s land in Michigan and her home in St. Louis, Missouri.On September 3, 1921, Hemingway married Hadley.
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This also depicts Frederic as being isolated as the horrors of war have left him in despair with absolutely no sense of hope, showing signs of a nihlistic character.This is an important motif as it is used in A Farewell To Arms to foreshadow Catherine’s impending future as she explains “sometimes I see me dead in it” .The effect of this is that whenever the rain is mentioned, the reader will be wary as Hemingway creates a clear link between death and rain even in the first Chapter of the book , “At The Start of the Winter came the permanent rain and with the rain came chlolera….in the end only seven thousdand died of it in the army”.The writing is typical to Hemingway’s style and depicts Frederic as being lonely and isolated after Cather...
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Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2001.Wyatt, David M. Contemporary Literary Criticism.Weeks, Robert P. Contemporary Literary Criticism.Detroit: Gale Research Company, 1973.His simple style, lucid depictions, and relatable narratives propelled him into a world of literary fame.
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Kirszner, Laurie, and Stephen Mandell, eds.As divergent as James Joyce's "Araby" and Ernest Hemingway's "A Clean, Well-Lighted Place" are in style, they handle many of the same themes.Compact Fourth Edition.New York: Harcourt College Publishers, 2000. .1This character may also stand as a sexual symbol.
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Metafiction: The Theory and Practice of Self-conscious Fiction.The Things They Carried.Westport: Greenwood Press, 2005.New York: Routledge, 1984.Tim O’Brien a Critical Companion.
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The author’s style is remarkable for its powerful sweep, brilliant illustrations and deep psychological analysis.The world George and his wife belong to – is uncomfortable, homeless after-war world, where the fates of young people joined with such hardships and troubles.If to speak about the text itself, it is told in the 3rd person narrative.The story reveals the author’s great knowledge of man’s inner world.He penetrates into the subtlest windings of the human heart.
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In the story, Hemingway hardly created a background for his characters, but this was part of his minimalist writing style.I was able to experience his motivation for writing “A Clean, Well-Lighted Place”.With my part of the puzzle, I felt more at peace with his original story, and I was able to establish a relationship between Hemingway (as a writer) and me (as a reader).This motivated me to write my scene through the old man's point of view.I did not feel like I knew the characters, which left me with no connection to them and intrigued me as well, especially the old man.
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Writing Style Their images in A Clear Well-lighted Place are shown vividly with concise and plain words, and refined rhetorical skills.,2010,( 7) : 105 – 107. Philip M. Weinstein.“??????????????This essay aims to reveal the differences and uncover their unique appeal through analyzing these two novels from four perspectives: theme; character; characterization; writing style.
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DYLAN THOMAS (1914-1953) was born in Wales and wrote only in English.W. H. AUDEN (1907-1973) was born in England but later became an American citizen (“Funeral Blues”).He shared with the ‘Lost Generation’ the spirit of disillusionment, with the naturalists before him a strong sense of fate and a realistic style, and with the modernists the ideas about the difficulty of perceiving reality.WILLIAM BUTLER YEATS (1865-1939), an excellent Irish poet and dramatist, he has been considered one of the twentieth century’s key English language poets.Each chapter corresponds to an episode in Homer’s Odyssey and has a distinct style of its own (for instance, in the Maternity Hospital scene the prose imitates all the English literary styles starting w...
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Hemingway’s style of writing is so different because it goes so smoothly together.Early critics of the novel emphasized its realistic picture of war and disagreed over the success of Hemingway’s short literary style.The descriptions of the environments also are very vivid because of the precise, real and not at all cluttered details.Other critics praised Hemingway’s narrative structure and explored themes such as the conflict between abstract ideas and existing experience with love and death.Since everything which is not important has been left out it is very easy to follow the plot.
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The mood of the story is established in the first paragraph, in which the dead game outside the shops is described as “stiff,” “heavy,” and “empty.” Loss, failure, and ruin permeate this brief story.It was warm, standing in front of her charcoal fire, and the chestnuts were warm afterwards in your pockets.” .The author describes the way of soldiers from the hospital to the Café Cova.For example, “On one of [the bridges], a woman sold roasted chestnuts.They help enhance the desired effect.
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(ernest-hemingway) “His writing style, while it may make his words accessible, is also, as he title of one of his short fiction informs us, only ‘the tip of the iceberg’: that is, seven-eighths of the story’s meaning lied submerged while only one- eighth is visible on surface.Hemingway’s famous style is the use of long sentences that are simple in construction.Therefore, people should not be afraid to die and shall learn to approach death properly.The only solution to this common problem is to be brave and strong to cope with your failures and enjoy life to the fullest.Hemingway uses many wonderful writing strategies to get his meaning across.
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New York: Penguin Books Ltd., 1976.Svoboda, Frederic J. Hemingway and The Sun Also Rises: The Crafting of a Style.New York: Chelsea House Publishers, 1985.Kansas: The University Press of Kansas, 1983.v. 8, p.388-389.
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Cassandra’s Daughters: The Women in Hemingway.Seven Decades of Criticism Seven Decades of Criticism.Because objects are frequently used for characterization, Henry’s possessions provide visual clues to the reader, but only as fragments in the larger narrative that withhold their essential meaning until the text’s conclusion”.Whitlow, Roger.Wilhelm, Randall S. “Objects on the Table: Anxiety and Still Life in Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms.
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