Hills Like White Elephants Analysis

Ernest Hemingway was an outstanding American journalist and writer of “lost generation”. All his literary works seem to be simple and easy to read, but on the other hand, they are full of hidden implications and inner meanings. The story Hills Like White Elephants is one of them. The short story itself is a conversation between a young man and his lady, but actually it reveals a spiritual tragedy of a young girl Jig – the fear of abortion and a possible loss of her beloved. 

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A Moveable Feast Analysis | Ernest Hemingway

“Write drunk, edit sober” is a piece of much-quoted advice given by Ernest Miller Hemingway – American author and journalist, who belongs to the ‘Lost Generation’.  Was it his motto? Was alcohol, along with a nourishing meal, very important in the author’s life and writing career? Indeed, the protagonists of Hemingway’s novels and short stories on some level reflect his own life and habits – they loved, fought and drank very hard.

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