Ernest Hemingway Analysis

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James George
Dr. Davis
ENG 324
April 18, 2012
Ernest Hemingways: The Man Ernest Hemingway’s characteristic towards life are symbolized the four astrological elements. The elements are fire, earth, air, and water. Every person has his or her own unique balance. Fire represents warmth, inspiration, and enthusiasm of a person. Earth represents practicality, Realism, and material interest of a person. Air represents social and intellectual qualities of a person. Water represents emotional needs and feelings of a person. Ernest Hemingway’s elements make him t a nurturer and a protector. He assumes responsibilities in his relationship, very conscientiously, and often takes on more than his share of the troubles as well. He loved the satisfaction from providing, giving and being needed. He can also let himself be drained emotionally or financially. The reason why is he took care of other and not caring sufficiently for himself. His strengths include depth of feeling, being patience, and always doing generosity things. ( Pg. 1-2) Ernest Hemingway is one of the most famous and influential American writers of the 20th century. Hemingway’s early works Three Stories and Ten Poems, In Our Time, and The Torrents of Springs are in the paper. Many of his stories were written through Realism and Modernism and how some of Hemingway’s work play into both roles. The relationship and works between F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway is very important to the America Literature. ( Pg. 1) Ernest Hemingway early works are difficult to locate because they were not really massed produced. Three Stories and Ten Poems is the rarest of novels for Hemingway and was actually self-published. There were only 300 copies printed in 1923. The first edition of Three Stories and Ten Poems would sell for 65,000. Even a copy in the beat up rough shape would be worth the minimum, 3,500. ( Pg. 2-3) Gertrude Steins gave Hemingway’s writing his exclusive stamp of approval. She states: I may say of Ernest Hemingway that as he sticks to poetry and intelligence… I should say that Hemingway should stick to poetry and intelligence and eschew the hotter emotion and the more turgid vision. Intelligence and a great deal of it’s a good thing to use when you have it, its all for the best. ( Pg. 2) Oddly, the novel In Our Time was supposed to be Hemingway’s first novel. It wasn’t printed until 1924 because the publishing was delayed. The book introduced Hemingway’s revolutionary style of writing. Hemingway’s speech helped out the stories ring true. In addition, this powerful scenes had often confused narrative flow help as well. The novel explains the true highlighted captured and sprit of the Great War. His writing about masculinity, member of the same sex, development and adaptation, responsibility and growing up and relationship between men and women play significant roles in the novel. The 1st Edition In Our Time in perfect condition is worth about 50, 000. There were only 170 copies made of the first edition. ( Pg. 2-3, Pg. 1-2) The Torrents of Springs was first printed 1926. This work brought Hemingway the in literary world. The subtle strangeness which he establish in the character of “Scipps and Scripp’s banal introspections is almost too kennly edge”. ( Pg. 3) It is to some extent a specialized satire. His use of satire to make a point became his trademark. His work was tightly written and in some cases became a kind of taunt. The Torrents of Spring first novel draft with dust jackets estimated to be worth 20,000 in good form. ( Pg. 2-3) In attitude, Realism is a phrase that explains manifestation Philosophical Realism. People believe that reality exists independently of spectators. Realism is the board sense commonly differs with Idealism. Realism as a philosophy of mentality is rooted in the