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World War Consequences in The Sun Also Rises The Modern Literary Period, which began in the 1900s and ended through the 1950s, was greatly influenced by the First World War and The Great Depression that followed it. These events influenced writers’ outlook on things, it filled them with feelings of disillusionment and emptiness which are ultimately reflected on their works. Modern Literature often uses elements that represent the problems of their society during those troubling times. In Modern Literature, authors tried to steer away from traditional ideas and styles, and mainly tried to focus on bold and experimental styles of writing. Literature in this period had a sense of disillusionment and loss of faith in the American Dream.
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Are their lives likely to regain the meaning? Will they manage to "put together the pieces of their shattered personal faiths'; (Maloney 188) to obliterate their painful memories of "that dirty war';? Book 1 presents the tragic and hopeless situation of the Lost Generation. All the protagonists belong to the degenerated society of the expatria... ... middle of paper ... ...g life as a constant rebirth, as the "re-entering the earthly paradise'; (Maloney 186) outside the novel, but still within the works of Hemingway, whose crucial message is after all that man can be beaten up, but not lost, that man can be destroyed but not defeated. Works Cited Backman, Melvin.
Earnest Hemingway As one of the 20th century's most important and influential writers. His writings drew heavily on his own experiences for his writing. His writing reflected his trouble with relating to women and his tendency to treat them as objects, as he had four marriages and countless affairs, highlighting his theme of alienation and disconnection. Now here is why he is what he is by writing about what he was. Ernest Miller Hemingway was born on July 21, 1899, in Oak Park, Illinois, to Dr. Clarence Hemingway and Grace Hall Hemingway.
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In the novel The Great Gatsby there are many references about the american dream from F. Scott Fitzgerald's life. “What we have to bear in mind is that this story is an attack on that American dream which critics have so often imagined Fitzgerald was engaged in celebrating throughout his writings” (Bewley). F. Scott Fitzgerald is an amazing example of the good a... ... middle of paper ... ...was gone and she was left to live in despair. Even though the American Dream is considered to be a huge success, some people fail at making this dream come true. Works Cited Bewley, Marius.