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This paper examines how the difficulty of life and the human condition is often a theme that surfaces in the works of Ernest Hemingway; while his subject matter is worthy of discussion, it is perhaps his style that has brought him the most popularity. It looks at how his sparse style and direct approach make him stand out as one of the most celebrated authors of the 20th century and how his approach to writing is succinct and so compelling that it has influenced literature in all genres. It explores specific areas of Hemingway's style and how it brings life to many of his characters, while at the same time capturing the mood and sentiments of a displaced, yet compassionate American.
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Ernest Hemingway (2005, January 30) Retrieved January 30, 2023, from https://www.academon.com/essay/ernest-hemingway-55497/
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