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The Sun Also Rises, an Analysis

Summary: Analyzes the novel, The Sun Also Rises, by Ernest Hemingway. Explores character relationships and major themes.
In the novel, The Sun Also Rises, relationships play a very important role in shaping characters and the plot. Relationships between loved ones lead to violence, jealousy, selfishness and sometimes light hatred. Lady Brett Ashley is the center of all these relationships and her

very existence evokes a number of events to take place which affect the outcome of the story. Lady Brett Ashley is practically the second protagonist: it seems she has more of an effect over others than Jake, the narrator and the protagonist.

Many relationships evolve around Lady Brett Ashley and she either develops or wrecks them. Men helplessly fall in love with her and they are the only ones who are offended in the end of the relationships. The moment Cohn sees Brett, he becomes infatuated with her then breaks up his relations with Frances eventually. Lady Brett causes him...

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