Everything you need to understand or teach The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway.
The Sun Also Rises is set in Paris and Spain in the 1920s and depicts the lives of a group of young American and English expatriates living in the aftermath of World War I. Often read as a representation of the now familiar "Lost Generation," Hemingway's story revolves around the impossible love affair between the war-damaged American journalist Jake Bames, the novel's narrator, and Lady Brett Ashley, a former nurse in a hospital Jake was in during the war.
Jake begins his narrative by introducing Robert Cohn, one of his friends in Paris. A one-time boxing champion at Princeton, Cohn, as he is generally called, is now the author of a rather "poor novel" and is living in Europe with his fiancée, Frances. Lamenting the fact that his life is quickly passing by and that he is not really living it, Cohn tries to recruit Jake for... View more of the The Sun Also Rises Summary
The Sun Also Rises Lesson Plans contain 162 pages of teaching material, including: