WOUND AND DEATH IN THE NOVELS OF EARNEST HEMINGWAY
Author(s):
Dr.VENUGOPALA B.N.
Keywords:
violence, post -war scenario, sense of disillusionment, sense of alienation
Abstract
Works of Earnest Hemingway, the legendary figure of America reveal sense of disenchantment, alienation and revulsion from the horrors of war. By and large Hemingway deals with violent situations and characters.He never wanted to write about everyday life. Instead, he wanted to concern himself with the ultimate crises of human experience. Hence in most of the novels,wound and the violent death are the themes. This essay makes an attempt to analyse how Hemingway has delineated wound and death in his novels
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Unique Paper ID: 162477

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 10

Page(s): 193 - 195
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