Themes in Hemingway's Works
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The paper relates that Hemingway's stories contain several recurring themes, such as suicide, destruction of prized possessions, and darkness, among others. The paper focuses on two of his recurrent themes; isolation and violence. The paper shows how Hemingway found the inspiration to write about these themes from his own experience, specifically, his isolation created by his career and by his depression and his experience in the war and in Spain.
From the Paper:"Ernest Hemingway wrote a series of deceptively simple works that contained complex underlying themes. Some of the themes that Hemingway used in his body of work include suicide, destruction of prized possessions, darkness, and the emotional disconnection between men and women, among others. Many of these themes were recurring; that is Hemingway used them to drive more than one of his many works. One of his more common themes is isolation; another of these themes is violence and its consequences. These two themes are not only common to Hemingway's works, but they are also characteristic of his life, as well. This paper will be used to examine these themes,..."
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