Analysis Of The Novel ' The Sun Also Rises '

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The Portrayal of Human Relationship in Ernest Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises Hemingway carried the style and attitude of his short stories into his first great novel The Sun Also Rises (1926). He dedicated this novel to his first wife, Hedley Richardson. The novel divided into three books and which also divided into several chapters. The novel begins in Paris, France, moves to Pamplona, Spain and concludes in Madrid, Spain. The Sun Also Rises portrayed the lives of the members of the Lost Generation. The Lost generation was the group of men and women whose early adulthood was consumed by world war I. the war upset many people’s beliefs in traditional values of love, faith and manhood. During the war those who worked in the war suffered great moral and psychological aimlessness. The unsuccessful looking for meaning in the wake of the Great War shapes the novel The Sun Also Rises. Although the characters rarely mention the war directly its effects haunts everything they do and say. Hemingway opens the novel with Gertrude Stein’s words, “you are the lost generation”. It is a line taken from Ecclesiastes in which the title “The Sun Also Rises” appeared. Hemingway himself was a part that had real motivation or guidance in their lives. The lost generation people were coped with the war through their artistic elements. In this novel, The Sun Also Rises Hemingway presented all the characters are also “lost” like him because they had no aim or purpose in like except getting

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