These incidents in Hemingway’s love life left a deep mark in his heart, and his literary works. Hemingway’s first romantic encounter held the basis for how he would view his relationships later in life, and played part in influencing one of his most successful novels, A Farewell to Arms. Agnes von Kurowsky was born in Germantown, Pennsylvania on January 5, 1892. Kurowsky and Hemingway met while she working as a nurse for the Red Cross, and he was recuperating from a mortar shell injury during WWI. Immediately after meeting, the two began an affair, shown through a collection of letters from both Hemingway and Kurowsky.
While recovering, Hemingway met the nurse Agnes von Kurowsky, who soon he soon proposed. However, she left the wounded soldier for another man, leaving the war-torn soldier alone. The heartbroken writer found inspiration from this event and later wrote his famous works “A Very Short Story” and A Farewell to Arms. While still recovering from the injuries he sustained, Hemingway returned to the United States and met the woman who would become his first wife, Hadley Richardson. The married couple 2 moved to Paris, where Hemingway got a job as a foreign correspondent for the Toronto Star.
Usually unglamorous, many wallow in self-pity which only worsens their state of mind. Anti-heros rarely succeed at any goal set before them. Summed up in two words - failed heros. T. S. Elliot's “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” is a fantastic example of the modern anti-hero. A glimpse into the stream of consciousness of Prufrock reveals his secret struggles to handle a world he has no control over.
He begs for her forgiven... ... middle of paper ... ...nd love for himself and his life mirrored by the unnamed narrator in “Where I’m Calling From.” Raymond Carver is considered to be one of the most important American short story writers of all time. He utilized his work to reflect two distinct periods in his life. This first stage of his life depicts people in desperate situations that he too faced: poverty, alcoholism and divorce. Later in his work, during a time when he was given a second chance at love, he is “reborn” and redeemed. Carver is an author who faced poverties throughout his lifetime and used his literary work to depict his feelings about love during these stages.
Poe's life started tragically, when his father deserted his family and his mother died of tuberculosis (Bloom 1999). The death of his mother could have influenced some of his darker themes in his poems about death .He lived his childhood with a foster family who paid for his education (Bloom 1999). He went to a University for a while until he got into trouble. He had a gambling issue that latter put him into great debt; his foster father refused to pay for (Bloom 1999). Poe put his soul into writing and he used his personal experiences through out life.
His parents where concerned about his future and wanted him to get a job, and further his education. Hemingway could not find anything he would be interested in. Hemingway often exaggerated his war stories to satisfy his audience. This frustrating period of his life was used to create the short story called, "Soldier's Home" (Meyer 115).Hemingway's story "Soldier's Home" con... ... middle of paper ... .... Hemingway's short stories, "Soldier's Home" and "Another Country" are used to show the damaging psychological and physical effects of World War I. Hemingway is able to explain these affects of war to his readers most effectively. This is because of his firsthand experience in his involvement in World War I.
Less than a month after his birth, his mother Rosa lost her long battle with Tuberculosis and died. From early childhood, it seemed that Neruda was destined to be a poet (UXL Biographies). His father didn’t approve of his poetic interests, so he created a pen name that he would go by and he chose the name Pablo Neruda (Encyclopedia of World Biography). Neruda wasn’t just a poet, he had many other jobs as he went along with his life. He was a political creature, and he was loved by many.
War is now where the soldiers ... ... middle of paper ... ...; and to achieve national glory, spirits are broken repeatedly until the point where they only wish to die. The result is war, an outcome of the cruel and senseless world where violence is the backslash of violence. There is no glory here; there is only condemnation. The cynical words of Hemingway's characters are his own, the apathetic attitude of Fred is meant to represent himself, and the irony of the destruction on nature, is just one more reason why Hemingway opposes the war. Hiding behind his characters, it's the diary of Hemingway himself.
Sympathy For Characters in O. Henry's Furnished Room and Chekov's Vanka Two Works Cited The narrators in both O. Henry's "The Furnished Room" and Anton Chekov's "Vanka" view their protagonists as desperate and helpless in a world of cold realism. With tones rich in sympathy, the narrators in both stories take pity on their characters. Both characters have yet to understand that realistically they have little control of the dismal life they lead; instead, their surroundings have more of an impact on their life. Trapped in a harshly ironic and deceitful world, the characters become pitiable symbols in a world numb to their presence. Transforming the protagonists into symbols that touch on everyday human norms (such as unending faith and one's lodgings), the narrators promote a sense of empathy.
Therefore, self-conscious is an unfavorable for people who normally are confident doing a thing to become a weak person. In addition, bullyingcan be led to suicidal due to they were bullied. Victim will consider committing suicide because they can’t find the solution. For instance, they were bullied by someone that forces them to do something that they can’t or sometime made them feel very embarrassing such as sexual and personal photograph. Also, it can lead they see no worth in themselves beca... ... middle of paper ... ...lves with the problems and never seek others for help.