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Essay | The Great War: Hemingway

This student essay consists of approximately 9 pages of analysis of The Great War.
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The Great War: Hemingway

Summary: A comparatitive essay on Hemingway's "Farewell to Arms" and Charles Harrison's "General's Die in Bed."
At the turn of the century when discussing the subject of war there was only one Latin ideal which could come to mind: " Dulce et decorum est, pro patria mori"; it is sweet and proper to die for one's country. Through the graphic depictions of Charles Harrison's Generals Die in Bed and Ernest Hemingway's Farewell to Arms, world society is introduced to the horrors of modern day warfare in a way that has yet to be forgotten. Both Fredric Henry and the characters of Generals Die in Bed, despite the many hardships they face, are still able to function as human beings by displaying characteristics of friendship within the ranks, feelings of love, and sorrow which comes with the death of a loved one back home, or the death of a fellow soldier. Despite all this the human sprit lives on.

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This section contains 2,465 words
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