Hills Like White Elephants Essay | Ernest Hemingway and "Hills Like White Elephants"

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Ernest Hemingway and "Hills Like White Elephants"

Summary: An examination of how Ernest Hemingway's short story "Hills Like White Elephants" reflected Hemingway's own experiences at the time he wrote the story. While the story itself concerns a man and woman who consider abortion, research on Hemingway's life reveals there is much more to the story than that.
By looking at Ernest Hemingway's short story, Hills like White Elephants in the formalist's perspective, I was able to identify that the issue in the story is about a couple battling over the idea of getting an abortion. I was also able to identify most of the symbolic meanings and embellishments in the story by understanding Hemingway's style of writing. However, through further research, I found that by using the critical perspective of the author's biography, I could be more informed about Hemingway's life and his experiences during the time that he wrote the short story. By doing so, I discovered that there is much more to Hills like White Elephants other than the issue of the couple getting an abortion. I found that Hemingway's writings are based on his own personal experiences and in order to understand what his stories are really...

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