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Hemingway's For Whom the Bells Toll and A Farewell to Arms - Author: Ernest Hemingway Books: “For Whom the Bell Tolls” and “Farewell to Arms” Ernest Hemingway’s early life experiences, from hunting and fishing trips, to time spent during the Spanish Civil War and World War I, shaped his writing style and heavily influenced his literary works. Hemingway’s experiences in war provided him with the basis for two novels; For Whom the Bell Tolls and A Farewell to Arms....   [tags: literary criticism paper] 616 words
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Ernest Hemingway’s Life Compared to A Farewell to Arms - Ernest Hemingway used his experiences from World War I to enhance the plot of A Farewell to Arms. Parallels can be drawn throughout the entire novel between Henry's and Hemingway's experiences. Both were Americans serving in the Italian army; both were wounded and went to Milan; both fell in love with a nurse. These many similarities, however, also contain slight differences. There is no real question that Hemingway based events in the novel off of his real experiences, but A Farewell to Arms is by no means an autobiography....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]
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Farewell to arms - Bravery - Bravery is the quality of a person who displays courage and fearlessness in the face of danger. Such qualities show splendor and magnificence in a person. Fear and terror sometimes hinder the determination someone can show. Overcoming this fear is what portrays bravery. In Ernest Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms, Frederick Henry shows bravery by freely joining the Italian army, risking his life for some ambulance drivers and swimming to freedom, being shot at the whole way. Frederick Henry grew up in America and in his early twenties, he decided to go to Europe and fight in the Italian army....   [tags: essays research papers] 530 words
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Code Hero Frederic Henry in Hemingway's A Farewell to Arms - In Ernest Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms, the code hero is the protagonist Lieutenant Frederic Henry. Frederic is no exception and presents with the common features of any Hemingway hero. He treats women as mere objects of sexual pleasure, religion and the afterlife as inconsequential, and defeat with a measure of grace and finesse incomparable. His love for Catherine Barkley is sexually motivated, the author consistently casts a level of skepticism on religion through Frederic and his interactions, and even while facing the death of his child and beloved Catherine, Frederic walks away evidently unfazed....   [tags: character analysis, literary criticism] 609 words
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The Motif of Ernest Hemingway´s A Farewell to Arms - The world contains many recurring events that remind humans of morals or things that are important. In the novel “A Farewell to Arms” many events come again and again. Usually, these events that repeat or come again have a deeper message inscribed in the text. This is not unlike whereas the novel “The Great Gatsby” has weather that unfailingly matches up with the tone and mood of the text. The author Ernest Hemingway has created “A Farewell to Arms” with a motif that is very precise. The motif of rain and nature in Hemingway’s novel divulges that there are things that a human beings cannot control; making them recognize what they lack and how life can bring sadness....   [tags: rain, nature, control, lack, saddness] 1083 words
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Night by Elie Wiesel and A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway - The autobiography Night by Elie Wiesel contains similarities to A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway. These works are similar through the struggles that the main characters must face. The main characters, Elie Wiesel and Lieutenant Frederic Henry, both face complete alterations of personality. The struggles of life make a person stronger, yet significantly altering identity to the point where it no longer exists. This identity can be lost through extreme devotion, new experience, and immense tragedy....   [tags: compare contrast]
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Farewell To Arms Paper - Hemmingway has a unique style of writing. It works on multiple levels. A person could read Farewell to Arms and enjoy it as a tragic love story. Hemmingway’s concise writing style allows a literal interpretation. At the same time a reader could get involved with the various symbols that he has placed in the novel. In a way everything he has can be used as a symbol depending on a person’s biases. This is what makes Hemmingway’s writing even more unique. He can have what seems to be a straightforward sentence have multiple meanings....   [tags: essays research papers] 1316 words
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Farewell To Arms: Religion - Religion in "A Farewell to Arms" For hundreds of years, writers have used religion as a principle issue and point of discussion in their novels. Hawthorne expressed his views in The Scarlet Letter, Garcia Marquez did the same in One Hundred Years of Solitude and in other writings, and even Ernest Hemingway used his writing to develop his own ideas concerning the church. This is fully evident in his novel A Farewell to Arms. Even in a book in which the large majority of the characters profess their atheism, the ideas of the church materialize repeatedly as both characters and as topics of conversations....   [tags: essays research papers] 2015 words
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Farewell to Arms books - Farewell to Arms books 13.Henry has been taken to the American hospital in Milan where Miss Gage, a young nurse takes care of him. The head nurse forbid Henry to drink wine but he disobeys, and pays some Italians to bring him wine with the newspapers. Titles : Arrival at the hospital in Milan, first days at the hospital, encounter with Miss Gage & Miss Van Campen. 14.Arrival of Miss Barkley(Catherine), at the American hospital and the revelation of their love for each other. Henry learns by Miss Gage that Miss Barkley has come to work at the hospital....   [tags: essays papers] 2492 words
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farewell to arms - In Hemingway’s semi-autobiographical classic A Farwell to Arms, Lieutenant Fredrick Henry labors through the first world war, then referred to as “ … the war to end all wars”. Henry is an American ambulance driver enlisted in the Italian army stationed in Austria. When a mortar explodes in Henry’s field post and nearly blows off his knee, he’s sent to an American-run hospital in Milan, Italy. There he re-unites with his lover, Catherine Barkley, an English Nurse he had a previous relationship on his days in a peaceful Austrian city; which consisted of playing a game of sorts, she asking him to declare his love until finally, to her dissent, Henry does declare legitimate affection with the u...   [tags: essays research papers] 345 words
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A Comparison of Hemingway and Frederic in A Farewell to Arms - Parallels Between Hemingway and Frederic in A Farewell to Arms       "All fiction is autobiographical, no matter how obscure from the author's experience it may be, marks of their life can be detected in any of their tales"(Bell, 17).  A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway is based largely on Hemingway's own personal experiences.  The main character of the novel, Frederic Henry, experiences many of the same situations that Hemingway lived.  Some of these similarities are exact, while some are less similar, and some events have a completely different outcome.                  Ernest Hemingway was born on July 21, 1899, in Oak Park, Illinois....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]
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Comparison of A Farewell to Arms and The Great Gatsby - Comparison of A Farewell to Arms and The Great Gatsby The author’s style from Ernest Hemigway’s A Farewell to Arms differ from F.Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby in many ways. Fitzgerald uses a more reflective style of writing meaning that he makes his characters reflect and the theme also includes reflection from the reader as well as the plot. On the other hand, Hemingway uses a more self-interest style with its theme, characters, and plot, meaning that he makes this book on his own personal experiences that cause the theme, plot and characters to differ in many ways....   [tags: Ernest Hemingway F. Scott Fitzgerald Essays] 1277 words
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Night And A Farewell To Arms: Eliezer And Frederic - In Night and A Farewell to Arms, the reader follows the characters of Elie Wiesel and Ernest Hemingway through their personal struggles between love and war. In Night, Eliezer faces malnutrition, Nazis, and concentration camps, while Frederick Henry, in A Farewell to Arms, struggles with love, patriotism, and religion. Despite their differences, the journeys of these two young men are remarkably similar; they both are prisoners of war, they both lose the person they love most, and they both face a bleak and dismal fate.Frederic and Eliezer are both prisoners of war but in different ways....   [tags: essays research papers] 535 words
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A Comparison of A Farewell to Arms and East of Eden - A Farewell to Arms and East of Eden "Death cannot stop true love. All it can do is delay it for a while." This quote summarizes Catherine and Henry's love for each other. Even though Catherine died, Henry had a huge space of emptiness left in his heart. Marriages in today's society are very serious relationships although some people don't seem to take them so seriously. Take for example Dennis Rodman, who married Carmen Electra and they divorced a week later. This shows how men are sometimes over powered by looks....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays] 652 words
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Death in Ernest Hemingway´s A Farewell to Arms - Death is amongst the major concern during the World War 1-era of Ernest Hemingway’s novel, A Farwell to Arms. In Ernest Hemingway’s A Farwell to Arms, he feels that death seems to be of resignation. He accepts death as inevitable, and in the context of war, senseless death is everywhere. Death waits for everyone through the attitudes that cowards and brave people have. However, he feels that a person can face the inevitable with bravery and courage. Hemingway believes death is inevitable, but courage still matters as evidenced by courage, bravery, and love....   [tags: inevitable, courage, love, bravery] 556 words
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Essay Topics Ideas for Ernest Hemmingway´s A Farewell to Arms - A farewell to arms Essay Ernest Hemingway's novel A Farewell to Arms 1929 uses nature to structure the novel and provide symbols that replace human emotions. Nature serves as a basic structure for the plot and the actions that occur. It also emerges as a source of symbols that replace human sentiment or feelings. Characters die and there is no mention of sadness or pain… In his novel A Farewell to Arms, Ernest Hemingway uses parataxis extensively. With this structure Hemingway avoids making causal connections in his narration; this is one of the most famous aspects of Hemingway's writing....   [tags: Love, War, Tragedy]
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Hemingway’s, A Farewell to Arms: Does The Film Do Justice To The Novel? - A Farewell to Arms, published in 1929, is a classic short story written by Ernest Hemingway about the hardships and cruelties of love and war. In 1932, a film adaptation of the novel was developed by Director Frank Borzage and nonetheless the unquestionable originality of his photography as well as for his excellent directorial concepts; Borzage misses on many levels of Hemingway’s brilliant description and significant dialogue between the main character Lieutenant Frederic Henry and his fellow Italian officers....   [tags: Film Analysis] 846 words
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A Time for Men to Fight for Their Country in A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemmingway - World War I began in 1914 and lasted until the end of 1918. In that time young men had to go to the front and fight for their country. It is also the time when Ernest Hemingway’s novel A Farewell to Arms takes place. It talks about Frederic Henry, a young American who is an ambulance driver for the Italian army. He is also the novel’s narrative and protagonist. He falls in love with an English nurse, Catherine Barkley. She is the main woman character in the novel and it is noticeable how she is shown as a stereotypical female during World War I....   [tags: relationship, battlefield, gender]
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How Marvel's 'To His Coy Mistress' Theme Relates to Hemingway's 'A Farewell To Arms' - Marvel’s poem to “His Coy Mistress” with its carpe diem theme is cleverly quoted in Hemingway’s novel “A Farewell to Arms”. The theme of seduction and living in the moment is apparent through several characters in the novel. Alcohol is also referenced throughout the story and used as a vice by the soldiers to think about the moment and not about the future. Catherine’s character is a perfect example of carpe diem. And war and violence force the mentality to live in the moment. The carpe diem theme is deeply rooted in “A Farewell to Arms”....   [tags: seduction and living in the moment theme]
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Coping with War: A Comparison Between Slaughterhouse Five and A Farewell to Arms - Earnest Hemmingway once said "Never think that war, no matter how necessary, nor how justified, is not a crime." (Ernest Hemingway: A Literary Reference) War is a gruesome and tragic thing and affects people differently. Both Vonnegut and Hemmingway discus this idea in their novels A Farewell to Arms and Slaughterhouse Five. Both of the novels deal not only with war stories but other genres, be it a science fiction story in Vonnegut’s case or a love story in Hemingway’s. Despite all the similarities there are also very big differences in the depiction of war and the way the two characters cope with their shocking and different experiences....   [tags: Slaughterhouse Five, Literary Analysis]
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Use of Heroes in A Farewell of Arms by Ernest Hemingway - Use of Heroes in A Farewell of Arms by Ernest Hemingway Ernest Hemingway has the tendency to use his heroes in some unheroic ways. At first the hero may seem obvious, but later on it is discovered that the true hero is not who it seems to be. In A Farewell to Arms Hemingway uses the true hero to guide the main character into becoming a hero, but fails miserably. Hemingway characterizes his heroes as people with strength, courage, and bravery, but even heroes have their flaws. For example, Frederic Henry, the protagonist of A Farewell to Arms, survives an artillery bombardment that kills one of his own men and badly injures him....   [tags: Papers] 644 words
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Comparing the Devil in Farewell to Arms and The Outsider (The Stranger) - The Devil in Farewell to Arms and The Outsider Once we knew that literature was about life and criticism was about fiction--and everything was simple. Now we know that fiction is about other fiction, is criticism in fact, or metaphor. And we know that criticism is about the impossibility of anything being about life, really, or even about fiction, or finally about anything. Criticism has taken the very idea of "aboutness" away from us. It has taught us that language is tautological, if it is not nonsense, and to the extent that it is about anything it is about itself....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays] 490 words
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No Heros in The Red Badge of Courage and A Farewell to Arms - No Heros in The Red Badge of Courage and A Farewell to Arms        Many great literary novels have the protagonist, the main character of the novel, being portrayed as the "hero".  There are many different deeds and actions that can characterize a person as a hero such as saving someone from a burning house at the risk of one's own life.  The main distinguishing characteristic of a true hero is self-sacrifice, whether it be scarifice of your own personal desires or ideals or sacrifice of physical well being to help others.  There are a few novels in which the main character of the work does not exemplify the deeds and thought of a true hero.  Two such works include St...   [tags: Red Badge of Courage Essays]
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deatharms Comparison of Death in Farewell to Arms and The Outsider (The Stranger) - Death in Farewell to Arms and The Outsider     Hemingway once said that "all stories...end in death." Certainly, each living person's "story" ends that way. The interrelationship of a narrative to a life, of the "boundary situation" of an ending, is of vital importance to the existence of these two fictional narratives, A Farewell to Arms and The Outsider. Death plays an important, one might say necessary, part in both novels, too: Frederic Henry is, of course, in war and witness to death many times, wounded himself, and loses Catherine; Meursault's story begins with his mother's death, he later kills an Arab, and then is himself tried and sentenced to death....   [tags: compare and contrast essay examples]
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The Sentimental Education of Frederic Henry (Hemingway’s Other Possible Title) - ... The affair becomes serious when Frederic is wounded at the front and sent to the hospital in Milan. Catherine is his nurse and offers him direct care. She has previously been initiated into the cruelties and absurdities of life through her previous loss. As a type of “survival tactic” Catherine instantly falls in love with Frederic at the hospital (Spanier). He is wounded but alive, which is enough for her. Frederic adds his love of Catherine to his list of coping methods as he describes, "I was not made to think, I was made to eat....   [tags: A Farewell to Arms, character analysis]
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The Hemingway Code Hero - Ernest Hemingway’s 1914-1918 autobiographical novel, A Farewell to Arms, takes place on the Italian front during World War I. Frederic Henry, the main character, is a young American ambulance driver for the Italian army during the war. He is extremely disciplined and courageous, but feels detached from life. Rinaldi, a surgeon and friend of Frederic’s, introduces him to an English nurse named Catherine Barkley. Once introduced, Frederic discovers a capacity for love that he never knew he held....   [tags: A Farewell to Arms] 1316 words
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The Anti-War Novel - Written just after the first global war, Hemingway delivers a subtle anti-war novel. World War I ended in 1918; A Farewell to Arms was published eleven years later. Although eleven years seems as if it would be enough time to forget, no time span can allow Hemingway to forget the effects of World War I. After World War I, Hemingway is struck with countless nightmares. Hemingway uses these nightmares and flashbacks to write A Farewell to Arms (Analysis 1). When reflecting on the novel, a blogger writes, “A Farewell to Arms is a war novel, not in the sense that it glorifies the war, but as all know, it describes the cruelty, madness of the war which deprives human life and happiness” (Analysis...   [tags: A Farewell to Arms, Ernest Hemingway]
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The Subjects of Love and War Shine Through Hemingway’s Writing Style - In the novel, A Farewell to Arms, Ernest Hemingway creates a moving and intense portrayal of love between Catherine Barkley and Frederic Henry, which is set mainly on the Italian Front during World War I. The novel was originally published in 1929, after Hemingway himself served as an ambulance driver for the Italian Red Cross. Due to this experience, Hemingway is able to show great detail and description when writing about the scenes of war on the Italian Front. Additionally, he draws on his experiences with a nurse and similarities can be seen in the events in his novel and in the events in his life leading up to the writing of A Farewell to Arms....   [tags: A Farewell To Arms, Ernest Hemingway, Analysis]
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The Response to War in The Great Gatsby by F. Scott FItzgerald and A Farewell Arms by Ernest Hemingway - ... As a result of his hardship, he desserts his role in the army and attempts to escape the country with Catherine, his pregnant girlfriend. Fitzgerald’s writing style is much more descriptive and creative as compared to Hemingway’s bland and terse nature. Even with the similarities between the themes of war and the reactions of the novel’s characters to it, the two books have diverse characters, plots, settings, and styles. In each novel, war is represented in a different way, much like the character’s interpretations of the events....   [tags: war experience, women, relationships] 562 words
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heroarms A Comparison of Code Heroes of A Farewell to Arms and For Whom the Bell Tolls - The Code Heroes of A Farewell to Arms and For Whom the Bell Tolls      In Ernest Hemingway's fiction, there is something known as the "Hemingway Hero".  This term is usually applied to the male protagonist in his works.  The Hemingway hero illustrates a variety of traits, ranging from heavy drinking to his role as a leader among the characters with whom he interacts.  Traits of this hero also resemble the personal characteristics of Hemingway himself, and the hero usually finds himself in similar predicaments Hemingway faced in his life.  Two Hemingway heroes, Robert Jordan from For Whom the Bell Tolls and Frederic Henry from A Farewell to Arms, exhibit the traits established in Hemingwa...   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]
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Comparing All Quiet On The Western Front, The Wars, and A Farewell To Arms - All Quiet On The Western Front, The Wars, and A Farewell To Arms Any and all events in one's life may change a person profoundly, but the effect may not always be as expected. For instance, situations of despair may cause feelings of depression and uncertainty to develop in an individual, as would likely be expected. However, those same situations could ultimately lead to a sense of fulfilment or enlightenment. In the novels All Quiet On The Western Front by Erich Remarque, The Wars by Timothy Findley, and A Farewell To Arms by Ernest Hemmingway, the varying possibilities of the effects of war on an individual are clearly displayed....   [tags: comparison compare contrast essays]
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Modern Features of "A Farewell to Arms" Viewed Trhrough the Main Characters of the Novel. - A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway is considered one of the great novels of World War I. It introduces the theme of love, while war occupies all of Europe. It is a complex novel with many characteristic aspects of modernism. After looking into Hemingway's biography, the reader can tell that he included details from his personal life in his novel. He based the main character Frederic Henry upon his own experience as an ambulance driver during World War I. He made him a hero who develops and changes throughout the novel....   [tags: American Literature] 1643 words
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Comradeship in James Hanley's The German Prisoner, Ernest Hemingway's Farewell to Arms, Not So Quiet, All Quiet on the Western Front, and Pat Baker's - Comradeship in James Hanley's "The German Prisoner", Ernest Hemingway's "Farewell to Arms", "Not So Quiet", "All Quiet on the Western Front", and Pat Baker's "Regeneration" For many soldiers and volunteers, life on the fronts during the war means danger, and there are few if any distractions from its horrors. Each comradeship serves as a divergence from the daily atrocities and makes life tolerable. Yet, the same bonds that most World War literature romantically portrays can be equally negative....   [tags: Hanley Hemingway Baker Essays] 1439 words
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A Farwell to Arms - A Farwell to Arms For hundreds of years, writers have used religion as a fundamental issue and point of discussion in their novels. Joseph Conrad expressed his views in Heart of Darkness, George Orwell did the same in 1984 and in other writings, and even Ernest Hemingway used his writing to develop his own ideas concerning the church. This is fully evident in his novel A Farewell to Arms. Even in a book in which the large majority of the characters profess their atheism, the ideas of the church materialize repeatedly as both characters and as topics of conversations....   [tags: Essays Papers] 2002 words
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Psychoanalytic and Femisnist Theories in A Farewall to Arms by Ernst Hemingway - “A Farewell to Arms” written by Ernest Hemingway in 1929 attracted much critical acclaim and theoretical interpretation helping to understand the author’s message to the readers the overall importance of the literary work in the world. The events of the novel took place during the First World War in Italy revolving around Frederic Henry, an American ambulance driver working for the Italian Army and being wounded on the front. Another very important character in the novel was Catherine Barkley, the nurse taking care of Frederic while he was in the hospital in Milan....   [tags: First World War, reality, trauma, war period]
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A Farewell to Arms1 - A Farewell to Arms1 Love is impossible to explain or fully understand; it is enfable and war is merely an outcome of disputes between ignorant aristocrats. A Farewell to Arms, by Ernest Hemingway, is a novel about love and war. The narrator, Fredrick Henry is a war-time ambulance driver, and Catherine Barkley is an English nurse, who find themselves in a love affair which must maneuver itself around the restrictions of World War I. The novel begins in Gorizia, Italy the center of operations for Fredrick’s troop, World War I....   [tags: Essays Papers] 800 words
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A Farewell to Love, Where Love Leads to Pain - Love is a strong affection or warm attachment to someone; on the contrary, pain is a punishment or penalty or suffering of body or mind. These emotions carry a direct relationship; love leads to pain. However, everything that begins must eventually come to an end, and in the end one emotion is victorious. There is a constant struggle between the opposing emotions; henceforth, Ernest Hemingway combines both of these emotions into A Farewell to Arms. Through Fredric Henry and Catherine Barkley’s relationship, Hemingway combines these two emotions in a relentless power struggle....   [tags: love , pain, ernest hemingway] 670 words
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A Fare Well to Arms - Short paper on Fare Well to Arms The World All Unreal in the Dark Escapism is a character’s way of trying to abandon something that discourages or frightens that character. Escapism is a form of betrayal and can often be described as a manner of deserting the fears of the character. When a character does not face his fears, it is likely that the character will look for a way to escape their troubles. Ernest Hemmingway’s story, A Farewell to Arms, shows that the main character is faced with problems he believes he cannot cope with....   [tags: Essays Papers] 681 words
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Pancakes with Soy Sauce: Farewell to Manzanar - From The Phantom of the Opera to A Child Called It, literature is full of woeful tales containing characters waiting for a compassionate soul to understand and sympathize with them. Farewell to Manzanar is one such book. It is a sorrowful tale of hypocrisy, shame, and stolen freedom which is best viewed with a condoling heart. Though this may initially seem a work of fiction, Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston presents in this book not only an autobiography, but also a very acurate portrait of events as they occurred....   [tags: Farewell to Manzanar, Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston, in] 555 words
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The Struggles of the Italiian Army in A Farwell to Arms, written by Ernest Hemingway - Introduction A Farwell to Arms, written by Ernest Hemingway, is an excellent book that describes the struggles for one man to juggle his war life as a soldier in the Italian Army and his love life during World War One. Written in 1930, Hemingway wrote an excellent 330 page novel in describing the life of Lieutenant Frederic Henry, an American serving in the Italian Army and juggling the two most important things in his life right now, his job serving in the war, and his love, Catharine Barkley....   [tags: war, medicine, love]
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The Meaning of the Second Amendment - The Right To Bear Arms - “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed”(understand) comes from the United States constitution. It has for the last decade or so been a topic of an ongoing debate between the people of this nation. It all depends on how you interpret the 27 words. Most people believe that it gives United States citizens the right to bear arms. The constitution is the supreme law of our land. It was made to be are foundation and source of legal authority....   [tags: Constituton Bill Rights Right To Bear Arms] 1154 words
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The Folly of Hypocrisy Exposed in Arms and the Man - The Folly of Hypocrisy Exposed in Arms and the Man              Satire is the "biting exposure of human folly which criticizes human conduct, and aims to correct it" (Di Yanni 839). Moliere was the French master of satiric comedy, and Shaw has been hailed likewise--as the "Irish Moliere." In Arms and the Man, Shaw demonstrates his genius for satire by exposing the incongruities of life and criticizing the contradictions in human character.      Love and war are the main subjects of this play....   [tags: Arms and the Man Essays]
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Farewell my Lovely, The Robber Bridegroom, and In the Skin of a Lion: Unconventional Heros - Unconventional Heros             Farewell my Lovely, The Robber Bridegroom, and In the Skin of a Lion all contain heroes, although their heroism is of an unconventional sort. Despite their non-traditional nature, the characters of Philip Marlowe, Jamie Lockheart and Patrick Lewis are all identifiably true heroes, because they successfully engage, draw in, and 'win over' the reader with their positive characteristics. They are not merely average people with a few heroic attributes. Furthermore, these characters have many characteristics in common, despite their disparate backgrounds and vocations (of a private detective, a bandit, and a worker)....   [tags: Farewell my Lovely Essays]
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The Historical Origins of the Second Amendment’s Protection to keep and Bear Arms - The origin of the right to keep and bear arms all started with the culture of having guns, then events that brought fear among people, then valid arguments for the need of arms. This explains the historical origin of the second amendment's protection to keep and bear arms. Americans at first had the culture of carrying arms with them for normal life purposes; that is protection, maintaining order in the society, and hunting for food. As time went by in their new settlement areas in America, conflicts developed, and they had to have arms for protection against invasion....   [tags: Bill of Rights, American Government, Bear Arms]
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The Second Amendment - The Right To Bear Arms - The Second Amendment And The Right To Bear Arms Throughout the years there has been an ongoing debate over the Second Amendment and how it should be interpreted. The issue that is being debated is whether our government has the right to regulate guns. The answer of who has which rights lies within how one interprets the Second Amendment. With this being the case, one must also think about what circumstances the Framers were under when this Amendment was written. There are two major sides to this debate, one being the collective side, which feels that the right was given for collective purposes only....   [tags: Gun Bear Arms Control Essays Debate] 2184 words
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The Second Amendment - The Right To Bear Arms - The Second Amendment and the Right to Bear Arms The Second Amendment to the Constitution gave United States citizens the right to bear arms. Although, the Second Amendment stated: “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms. However, the framers could not foresee the type of violence we have in our cities today. Innocent citizens have and are being brutally killed due to this amendment. Stricter gun control laws must be enacted to receive these types of weapons....   [tags: Constituton Bill Rights Right To Bear Arms] 1235 words
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The Second Amendment - The Right To Bear Arms - The Second Amendment Few issues incite americans more than the issue of rising crime and violence. This problem can easily be linked to the availability of guns."The debate over whether guns are a hallowed tradition and a right guaranteed by the Second Ammendment of the U.S.constitution or whether they are a fearful danger contributing to crime and violence." ("gun control") Due to the outbreak of violence in our society, some people feel that repealing the Second Ammendment would solve the problem....   [tags: Constituton Bill Rights Right To Bear Arms] 1557 words
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The Second Amendment: Americans Have the Right to Bear Arms! - The United States Constitution says that U.S. Citizens have the right to bear arms. Even though this guarantee was written with no constraints, there are now laws that limit certain aspects of gun ownership. The reasons for gun control fall under the flag of public safety. Though there are many safety reasons why private ownership of firearms should be banned, these arguments are outweighed not only by the need for protection, but because the limitation of ownership rights could become dangerous to personal freedom....   [tags: 2nd Amendment Constitution The Right To Bear Arms] 2373 words
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In the Arms of Angels - the Arms of an Angel” and there are dogs and cats sitting behind a closed kennel door looking at the camera with sad eyes. This breaks my heart every time I see this commercial or hear the song playing on the radio. There are many millions of animals that are unloved, neglected and abandoned in shelters each year because people do not participate in getting their animals’ spayed or neutered or the animals are over bred for profit. Animal overcrowding in shelters is only one reason of many as to why pet owners should spay or neuter their pets, but it is the most important reason of all....   [tags: Animal Rights]
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Gun Control - We All Have a Right to Bear Arms - We All Have a Right to Bear Arms    The preamble of the United States Constitution clearly states its objective: to establish justice, insure domestic tranquillity, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity   The bill of rights is the set of amendments to the constitution intended to secure these objectives for the individual citizens of the United States. The second amendment states:   A well-regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed....   [tags: Constituton Bill Rights Right To Bear Arms]
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Bayou Farewell by Mike Tidwell - Bayou Farewell is an eye-opening book that spells out the trouble of the eroding wetlands of South Louisiana. Many Americans have no idea what is happening to the wetlands of Louisiana so this book teaches everything about it. I felt like this was a very educational and emotional book but it showed just how people are being affected by this horrific problem. Mike Tidwell did an amazing job writing this book; I learned so much from it. I live in Houma, Louisiana so I have tons of experience with the bayou region of South Louisiana....   [tags: eroding wetlands of South Lousiana, book review] 929 words
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The Farewell Discourse of Jesus - ... The lens through which the writer of John’s gospel view the ministry of Jesus is different from that of the synoptic writers. The Johannine gospel is written in two sections, the public ministry of Jesus begin in chapter one and conclude in chapter 12. However, the private ministry to his followers begin in chapter 13 and conclude in chapter 17. Dualistic tension in John’s gospel, is both external, as well as, internal, nevertheless, Jesus’ concern is primarily focus on the internal conflict within his group of followers....   [tags: messiah, prophets, followers, theme, love] 1010 words
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Eulogy: Farewell to Democracy - On August 19, 1934, the funeral of democracy--which signified freedom, liberty, and equality--took place in Germany. The passing of the system was not a difficult experience but in fact expected. And, intimate friends gathered to bid farewell to democracy by casting votes. Ironically and unfortunately, the cause of the death was democracy itself, an election was held to dismantle the system. However, how could people silenced their own voice in how their country should be governed. With a disgraceful defeat in 1919, Germany signed the Treaty of Versailles thus ending World War I but also igniting hatred, vulnerability and a dictator....   [tags: German History] 1347 words
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The Perils of Implementing Arms Embargoes - Arms embargoes are “one type of sanctions that can be used to coerce states and non-governmental actors to improve their behaviour in the interests of international peace and security” . The prohibition of military transfers includes: provision of military aid, military cooperation, arms sales and security assistance . This essay aims to examine Dominic Tierney’s assertion whether multilateral ‘arms embargoes are both easy to introduce and difficult to lift’ . Prior to 1990, the UN introduced arms embargoes on two occasions only: against South Africa and Rhodesia ....   [tags: MIlitary Transfers, Military Aid]
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The Army is a Profession of Arms - The US Army campaign issues in todays world are growing more relevant by the day. As a result it is increasingly important for the US Army to launched the Army White Paper the Profession of Arms. Have you ever hear about this campaign before and are you part of it. This white paper should meet a common understanding beyond the US Army soldiers, however the Army as a profession of arms it self. its has some meaning to fully understanding. In this essay, we are going to prove that the army as a profession of arms....   [tags: campaign, military, white paper]
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To Write Love on Her Arms - To Write Love on Her Arms is a “non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury, and suicide. TWLOHA exists to encourage, inform, inspire, and also to invest directly into treatment and recovery” (Tworkowski, n.d.). In this research paper, we will discuss what this organization does, how and when it began, who started the movement, where it is located, how this organization is environmentally and globally responsible, how the movement supports the local community, as well as any negative aspects to this organization, and why I want to work for To Write Love On Her Arms....   [tags: non profit movement, hope, help]
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History of the Right to Bear Arms - In 1938 Adolf Hitler put restrictions on the Jewish people that kept them from manufacturing firearms or ammunition. Then he took up all of their firearms, and as a result of that when Adolf began the holocaust the Jews had no way of defending themselves. First he disarmed them then he killed them all because they had no way of fighting back. Some of the biggest mass murderers in history are governments that have taken peoples gun rights away, or never let them have guns in the first place. This one of the reasons gun control does not need to happen (Callahan, Bo)....   [tags: modern gun control] 1185 words
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U.S. Army: A Profession of Arms - The impact of the War on Terrorism on our military is profound. Over the past decade the Army has rapidly expanded, lowered its entry standards, and reprioritized its training objectives. Now as the wars now diminish, the Army again faces change due to budget cuts and troop reduction. Such actions have forced critics to question whether the Army is still meeting the expectations of a profession. The answer is that the Army is holding true to the title of a “Profession of Arms” like never before....   [tags: profession, budget, reduction, standards]
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The Right to Bear Arms - A short documentary film of the Public Broadcasting Service entitled “After Newtown: Gun in America” was aired again on August 13, 2013. It was the eight-month period after the tragic massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. The tragic incident took the lives of twenty innocent children, and six adults. Even though these children and people were brutally killed in this mass shooting, the government couldn’t still effectively perform the relevant legislation to the gun law....   [tags: gun control, US history]
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The Right to Bear Arms - Do you know what the second amendment is. Or do you just know the simplest definition. The second amendment is simply defined as the right to bear arms. In further definition, the right to bear arms gives you the right to own a gun but restrains where you can take it and what type it is. First, one of the rights that is restricted is who can own a firearm. The Lewis V. The United States case is related to this restricted right because it is involved with gun ownership. Lewis was accused of a brake light entering with the intent of misdemeanor....   [tags: Fourth Ammendment to the US Constitution] 559 words
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The Right to Bear Arms - Currently, The United States of America is at war against 27 words that were written by James Madison in 1789. The Bill of Rights is known as the first 10 amendments to The Constitution of the United States. The Bill of Rights states the rights of its citizens. The Second Amendment states: “A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed”(Madison). Many people have argued that “to keep and bear arms” is not very obvious....   [tags: argumentative, persuasive, gun control] 1440 words
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Army: A Profession of Arms - ... Another feature of a professional soldier of is his subordination to politicians. He acts like an expert and skilled counselor. The decision is made by a politician, but the application of that decision is run by the officer staff. Professional soldiers are closely connected with service to the state. Every soldier of the Slovak Republic proclaims this statement by taking an oath, where he swears loyalty to the Slovak Republic, honesty, bravery and disciplined behavior, that he will follow Constitution, Constitution Laws, Laws and Army Regulations and he is ready to defend freedom, independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity of the Slovak Republic....   [tags: career choices and opportunities]
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The Right to Bear Arms - In the United States the right to own a gun is enshrined by the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The text of the Second Amendment reads: “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed” (Adams, 2004). The founding fathers borrowed this idea from Niccolo Machiavelli, the Italian thinker. He wrote about the weapons necessary for freedom to defend themselves, to hunt, and to protect the state against foreign invasion....   [tags: guns, freedom, violence] 1209 words
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Gun Debate to Bear Arms - ... They want to let the people have the chose to own a gun or not. The most well-known lobby for Gun Rights is the NRA. The NRA works by asking people who want to have the right to own a gun if they will sponsor the NRA. If the person choses to sponsor the NRA then they send in some money back. With that money the NRA is able to send more powerful people to the Congress and explain why they should keep Gun Rights. The Gun Rights lobby makes a lot of the same or similar points. For instance a lot of the time they got back to the second amendment and how it is our right to own guns....   [tags: right, firearms, shooting] 524 words
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The Right to Bear Arms - In 1791 the United States government added the second amendment to the constitution. As stated in the Constitution, this amendment states that the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. In the early years of the United States it was common for people to walk around with their rifles or revolvers. Nobody really gave a second look or glared at them like they were doing something wrong. Openly carrying a firearm was normal in those times. Today, almost 223 years later, people are allowed to conceal their firearms from one another....   [tags: second ammendment to the US Constitution]
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The Right to Bear Arms - Our founding father gave American citizens the right to bear arms, but was that the best idea or was it even the safest idea. Many Americans today own a gun and the majority use their gun in a safe manner. However, when the gun was first invented, it was intended to kill whether that be hunting, self-defense, or in battle. The gun is still to this day intended to kill and will always hold that purpose. Americans were given the right to bear arms in a time of need during the end of the revolutionary war, where there was still opposition from loyalists, in the early years of the country....   [tags: safe, gun, kill, control, laws]
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Washington's Farewell Address - George Washington, the first president of the United States, had written a very important historical speech and document towards the end of his time in office. He had written the Farewell address which focused on helping America understand the importance of preserving unity, acknowledging the rise of political parties forming, strengthening religion and morality, and he stated his position on American foreign policy. He addressed these ideas with strong tone and used incredible amount of dictions that strengthens his tone as well as representing his appeal to ethos to a strong degree....   [tags: U.S. History ] 1624 words
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Impact of Small Arms - Small arms having a strong impact on the world, controlIng present and future power, economy, security and many other factors over the economic development globally. Technology is advancing every day, people are living longer, lives are being made easier, and security is getting tighter. That being said, most technology in the world helps the greater good, and the common man’s job is made less labor intensive. Also on the other side of the card, others could say violence is being made more frequent with technology; people are dying by new technology, such as firearms, auto mobiles, automated machinery, etc....   [tags: Development, Future, Technology]
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Farewell My Concubine - The 1993 movie directed by Kaige Chen, Farewell My Concubine, addresses the Chinese political issues during the war against Japan via interpersonal issues of an opera troupe of young male actors. The movie is as long as it is engaging. With two orphan boys who are raised to act in an Opera for their entire lives, dedication obtains a whole new meaning. Dieyi's training to act as a woman and to reflect femininity in his whole life increases the dissension that is observed within the film as well as its connections to the politics of China....   [tags: Film Review]
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Farewell My Concubine - The 1993 movie directed by Kaige Chen, Farewell My Concubine, addresses the Chinese political issues during the war against Japan via interpersonal issues of an opera troupe of young male actors. The movie is as long as it is engaging. With two orphan boys who are raised to act in an Opera for their entire lives, dedication obtains a whole new meaning. Dieyi's training to act as a woman and to reflect femininity in his whole life increases the dissension that is observed within the film as well as its connections to the politics of China....   [tags: Film Analysis, China, Japan, Politics] 1307 words
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Suffering in the Novels: Farewell to Manzanar and in Maus - In the novel Farewell to Manzanar by Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston and James D. Houston and the novel Maus by Art Spiegelman the theme of suffering has a damaging effect on the human spirit. Suffering in both these stories come in different forms such as emotional, physical, and mental. No matter the form, it is still suffering. Food depravation is a method that people use to affect the human spirit in a negative way. In the story Maus by Art Spiegelman, food is used to make the prisoners weak. For example, at the concentration camp Art’s dad is talking to his fellow prisoner Mandelbaum “I spilled most of my soup too....   [tags: Comparative, Novels]
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George Washington´s Farewell Address - One person that has made a wonderful and great impact in late 1700’s and early 1800’s is the great George Washington. The biggest thing that everyone is looking back on is his Farewell Address to state what he’d hope to see his noble country looking like in the future. Some of the biggest things that has spoken out in his address and that the country has continued to do is being able to have checks and balances and not to stay at war with other countries and not to have political parties to prevent the arguments and not to stay in debt with other countries....   [tags: Impact, 1800s] 602 words
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Farewell to Manzanar - Farewell to Manzanar Beginning in March of 1942, in the midst of World War II, over 100,000 Japanese-Americans were forcefully removed from their homes and ordered to relocate to several of what the United States has euphemistically labeled “internment camps.” In Farewell to Manzanar, Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston describes in frightening detail her family’s experience of confinement for three and a half years during the war. In efforts to cope with the mortification and dehumanization and the boredom they were facing, the Wakatsukis and other Japanese-Americans participated in a wide range of activities....   [tags: essays papers] 708 words
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Farewell to Manzanar - Farewell to Manzanar Farewell to Manzanar is sociologist and writer Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston's first hand account of her interment in the Japanese camps during World War II. Growing up in southern California, she was the youngest of ten children living in a middle-to lower class, but comfortable life style with her large family. In the beginning of her story, she told about how her family was close, but how they drifted apart during and after their internment in the camp. The ironic part of it is that her family spent their entire time together in the same camp....   [tags: Personal Essays] 1128 words
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Arms and the Man - Arms and the Man In the play Arms and the Man, by Bernard Shaw, Major Sergius Saranoff is definitely one of the most round characters. Sergius possesses many distinct characteristics, which single him out from the other characters in the play. Many of these qualities have been accumulated through his military experience; it is apparent to anyone of this military background from his army uniform and his rugged face. Major Saranoff is an extremely important character in the play due to his engagement to Raina, the sole child of the richest family in Bulgaria, the Petkoffs and because of his highly regarded military status....   [tags: essays papers] 819 words
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Farewell to Manzanar - Farewell to Manzanar Fighting a war against the oppression and persecution of a people, how hypocritical of the American government to harass and punish those based on their heritage. Magnifying the already existing dilemma of discrimination, the bombing of Pearl Harbor introduced Japanese-Americans to the harsh and unjust treatment they were forced to confront for a lifetime to come. Wakatsuki Ko, after thirty-five years of residence in the United States, was still prevented by law from becoming an American citizen....   [tags: essays papers] 517 words
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Tainted Arms - Alfred Owen’s poem, “Arms and the Boy,” presents war and how it changes a young boy. “Arms and the Boy” is a powerful illustration of innocence versus experience. By showing how the bayonet blade possesses human traits, the blade’s symbolism is not simply an actual representation of demonstrative agency of murder. The bayonet blade’s role is to express experience, that knowledge is what corrupts the boy and thus leads him to lose his innocence. Further, while the “bullet-heads” in stanza two take over the role of experience, stanza three depicts the boy as innocent through biblical imagery that illustrate innocence as a God given characteristic....   [tags: Poetry Analysis ] 1332 words
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Farewell to Mazanar - Farewell to Mazanar Chapter 1 The Wakatsukis are a Japanese family with ten children, the youngest of who is Jeanne; she is the narrator and author of the story. In December 1941, the Wakatsukis are living near Long Beach, California. Mr. and Mrs. Wakatsuki are immigrants; they have come to the United States from Japan, searching for the American Dream. Jeanne's father and brothers man a fishing boat called The Nereid and work for the canneries on the coast. On December 7th, Jeanne stands on shore with the other Wakatsuki females; they all wave good-bye to the Wakatsuki men as they set out to sea....   [tags: essays papers] 1038 words
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