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Essay | Betrayal in "A Farewell to Arms" and "The Stranger"

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Betrayal in "A Farewell to Arms" and "The Stranger"

Summary: Comparison of betrayal in "A Farewell to Arms" by Ernest Hemingway and "The Stranger" by Albert Camus.
When writing a catching story, authors must use actions from real life in order to get the readers attention. In life, when a person does something they know they shouldn't, they get a rush of adrenalin. Reading a story of people going against all rules in society gives the reader that surge of adrenalin that they may not be brave enough to accomplish on their own. Authors Ernest Hemingway and Albert Camus both use an adrenalin surging action of betraying society in A Farewell to Arms and the Stranger.

Ernest Hemingway used betrayal as an action to use when there is nothing else to turn to. Fredric Henry did everything he was ever asked to do. He joined the war because that's what men in Italy were doing. That's what society expected from him. After some time in the war, he...

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