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    Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway, the author used very short, choppy language that was not typical for the time period of the book. Despite the fact that he did not use long traditional sentences, Hemingway still managed to produce detailed passages with plenty of imagery to help the reader immerse themselves into the story. By illustrating settings, characterizing characters, and describing their feelings. Surprisingly, it was still possible to create detailed passages even with Ernest Hemingway's

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    Ernest Hemingway’s tough, terse prose and short, declarative sentences did more to change the style of written English that any other writing in the twentieth century. Ernest Hemingway had many great accomplishments in his historical life but one event sticks out from the rest. The Old Man and the Sea is one of Hemingway’s most enduring works. Told in Language of great simplicity and power, it is the story of an old Cuban fisherman, agonizing battle with a giant marlin far out in the Gulf Stream

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    twentieth-century American literature, Ernest Hemingway received both critical and popular acclaim for his novels, stories, and poems. At times, his public image seemed to overshadow his stature as a serious writer. Nevertheless , all of his life experience as a big-game hunter, a bullfight aficionado, and as a deep-sea fisherman served greatly to enhance his overall body of work because he drew heavily on these experiences in his writing (Scribner Laidlaw 2). Ernest Hemingway was a writer, before this he

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    Ernest Hemingway was born on July 21, 1899 in a small community of Oak Park, Illinois. He was the second child out of six, with four sisters and one brother. The area Ernest grew up in was a very conservative area of Illinois and was raised with values of strong religion, hard work, physical fitness and self-determination. His household was a very strict one that didn’t allow any enjoyment on Sundays and disobedience was strictly punished. Ernest’s father taught him good morals and values that he

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    Ernest Hemingway Who is Ernest Hemingway? Ernest Hemingway was born in Oak Park, Illinois, an upper-middle-class suburb of Chicago("Ernest Hemingway"par 4). He was born in the front bedroom of grandfather Ernest Hall's house at eight o'clock A.M., July 21, 1899. His parents were Dr. Clarence Edmonds and Grace Hall Hemingway. Ernest was the second child and his sister, Marcelline, was born eighteen months earlier. He also had two other siblings. Carol was born July 19, 1911

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    (shmoop.com). Ernest Hemingway was an honest and noble man. His life was highlighted by his successful writing career that brought him fame, fortune, but ultimately loneliness. Ernest Hemingway fell into a hole of drinking and depression (lib.utexas.edu). It was odd for Hemingway to become so emotionally unstable after having a happy childhood, quality experiences, and a successful writing career. Ernest Hemingway was born in Oak Park Illinois in 1899. Oak Park was the town in which Ernest spent his

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    Ernest Hemingway Trauma

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    trauma. Many soldiers who had participated in the war were held behind from progressing in life due to their emotional and mental stress. Ernest Hemingway, a witness of war himself, wrote many pieces of literature about how war affects lives. His short stories seem to infer that his writings were based on his experiences. In the short story by Ernest Hemingway “A Clean, Well-Lighted Place,” the author displays how an old man copes with trauma from World War One with factors like increasing age and

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    On July 21, 1899 Ernest Miller Hemingway was born in Cicero (Oak Park), Illinois. Clarence and Grace Hemingway, Ernest’s parents, raised him and his five siblings in the suburbs and spent time at their cottage in northern Michigan. This is where Ernest learned his love of the outdoors. His father taught him to row a boat, start a fire, clean and cook a fish, make a wild-onion sandwich and handle a gun (Reef, 2009). In high school Hemingway began to write for his school newspaper Trapeze and Tabula

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    The Sun Ernest Hemingway

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    Hemingway’s character development of Jake Barnes helps us understand the theme of this book. The way Hemingway does this is through the diction and character development of Jake. Jakes character development is built through a character foil with Robert Cohn, which emphasizes jakes character. Then this character development helps bring the reader to the theme of identity. Furthermore Ernest Hemingway builds the character of Jake by making him the character foil of Robert Cohn which helps emphasize not

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    Ernest Hemingway pulled from his past present experiences to develop his own thoughts concerning death, relationships, and lies. He then mixed these ideas, along with a familiar setting, to create a masterpiece. One such masterpiece written early in Hemingway's career is the short story, "Indian Camp." "Indian Camp" was originally published in the collection of "in Our Time" in 1925. A brief summary reveals that the main character, a teenager by the name of Nick, travels

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