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    Ernest Hemingway’s very first published novel isn’t some book you can critique as any ordinary ameteur literature, digging deeping we find that our friend Ernest here had a purpose more convoluted, yet clear, more abstract, yet concrete, and more public, yet personal, the story Ernest creates is his experiences, his characters, motifs, and themes all circulated around himself. Characters; one of the many structures for any novel, and a structure that Ernest Hemingway incorporates far too well. Ernest

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    The beauty of the English language is that there is a word for all situations. Poets, Carl Sandburg and Ezra Pound were master wordsmiths. Pound tries to mesh the magnificence of nature with the metronomic rhythm of an underground rail-system in his poem “In a Station of the Metro”. Sandburg also attempts to unite nature and the cityscape. The pulse of Sandburg’s “Fog” plays out similar to Planet Earth. Unlike Planet Earth, which has hours of narrative explaining the grandeur of earth; “Fog” is able

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    The Old Man and the Sea

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    The Old Man and the Sea is a short, but rich novel about an old fisherman who, after eighty-four unsuccessful days in a row, hooks the largest fish of his life. Written by Ernest Hemingway in 1951, and published in 1952, the novel was the last of Hemingway’s novels to be published during his lifetime. The book was praised by critics, and became an immediate success. The story was also awarded the Pulitzer Prize for fiction, and was a factor in Hemingway winning a Nobel Prize. The story was published

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    the non-fictional journey of thirty men lead by Ernest Shackleton, who was persistent on completing a voyage across Antarctica in the year 1914. The man was obsessed with the idea of fame and wealth by completing this mission that was thought by most to be sheer foolishness. However, Shackleton hand picked his men as the best for his voyage. Using a few of the “Habits of Mind” by Arthur L. Costa and Bena Kallick, I can compare and contrast Ernest Shackleton's journey to my own journey in life. “He

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    Ernest Hemingway’s notorious short story The Killers follows two contracted killers who enter an establishment looking for a Swedish aging boxer and in their endeavor patronize the workers of the establishment as well as the only patron. After hearing of their plans to kill the boxer, the patron, Nick Adams, is sent out to warn the boxer once the killers leave the establishment, but alas Ole Andreson would rather accept his fate and stay to face the killers. Adams then runs away from the town because

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    hard life during war and it remains as one of the greatest novels of the twentieth century. Ernest Miller Hemingway was born on July 21, 1899 in Oak Park, Illinois. Ernest was a quiet and thoughtful child who had interests in fishing and writing. He played soldier games, and when they asked him what he was afraid of, he exclaimed, ‘’ Afraid of nothing’’ (Yannuzzi 14). During the next seventeen years, Ernest spent his summers at Windermere, where he was able to take fishing lessons, play games and

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    student classrooms, and even in the closest relationships. Undoubtedly, when abortion is an option for one party in a relationship, often times issues may arise or existing ones may be inflated. The short story, Hills like While Elephants, written by Ernest Hemingway creatively and accurately depicts problems that frequently surface when there is an unwanted, unborn child such as; failed communication, indecision, and relationship damage. First and foremost, many people can attest that when there are

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    Lindsay Houston Robert Womack ENG-113-110 18 March 2014 Ernest Hemingway Research Paper The birth of American writer Ernest Miller Hemingway on July 21st, 1899 in Oak Park, Illinois occurred during the progressive era and mere months before the Philippine-American war. Raised in the conservative suburbs and vacationing in northern Michigan the young Hemingway enjoyed the outdoors at his family’s cabin and his experiences there led him to become a sportsman partaking in fishing, hunting, and thrill-seeking

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    events may be quite obvious to distinguish, while others may be tucked deep within the text. Whether the symbolism of the object is perceptible or not to the reader, the author places these objects in the story to elevate the power of the text. In Ernest Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises, there are a plethora of symbolic objects and events that hold a deeper meaning that what appears on the surface. The dynamic symbolism that these objects or events hold plays a major part in getting across the message

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    How Ernest Hemingway’s life affects his writing Introduction The Nobel Prize winning author Ernest Hemingway momentously influenced literature in the 20th century and most of his works are regarded as classics in the present day. The reason why Hemingway’s works gained so much attention is because of his stark, minimalist style and accessibility. In his 62 years in this world, Hemingway created a literary reputation that was unrivaled in the 20th century. Hemingway lived his life to the fullest and

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