Ernest Hemingway Message Board
hassan posts on 10/27/2005 5:11:49 PM
where can I find reviews about the way Hemingway describes women in some of his novels?
amy posts on 9/26/2005 6:37:50 PM
too bad this book was the worst book i have ever read.
Ginnie posts on 9/18/2005 12:28:51 PM
Where would be a good place to find reviews and discussions on Hemingway style of writing?
Kaci posts on 8/25/2005 11:25:20 PM
With the books of Hemingway you have to have an enormous imagination and you have to take time and read the book to really understand it.
VERN posts on 8/8/2005 7:23:34 PM
I have a copy of his book The Sun
Also Rises and it has Book 1 on one of the pages, how many books followed? Thanks for any information.
Amy posts on 7/30/2005 1:09:18 PM
What is Ernest Hemingway's tone throughout "The Sun also rises"
What are some examples?
walro posts on 4/22/2005 10:09:09 PM
Although the word sea in Spanish (el mar) is masculine, the sailors in Cuba use to call it “la mar” (feminine), giving it a poetical approach. On the contrary, fish is masculine: “el pez” or “el peje”, as the fishermen commonly call it.
Jack posts on 4/13/2005 10:47:29 PM
Futility is a part of the message, the elusiveness of success. You spend your whole life waiting for your big break, you struggle, you persevere, you keep on keeping on, you finally win--and then you watch it all fall apart to some pissant little twist of fate. The cruelty of the world we live in works. Vicki--"His writing completely s*cks?" This is Ernest Hemingway here! He contributed more to the world while taking a nap than some people do in a year! The grammatical "errors" served a deliberate function, to illustrate the limitations of the neat, tidy little rules we think govern life.
clary posts on 4/13/2005 10:27:38 PM
What is the message through the novel "the old man and the sea"?
maivan ha posts on 4/13/2005 9:04:29 AM
the hemingway's messages through"the old man and the sea"
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