Ernest Hemingway Essay | Hemingway's Use of Dialogue

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Hemingway's Use of Dialogue

Summary: Explores the writing style of Ernest Hemingway. Describes how his dialogue dominates his work. Examines his use of conversation and speaking in his novels.
Hemingway changed the world of literature in the way that Einstein changed the world of physics. He took books into a place where you could use short simple sentence, and still manage to create a complicated plot, characters, and conflicts. Another thing that makes Hemingway unique is how much his dialogue dominates his work. Throughout his stories, he almost always has every interaction include dialogue exchange. Although he also uses a lot of descriptions the primary source of the plot in his writing comes from the dialogue. The use of conversation and speaking in his books serves two major purposes. The first one is Hemingway's primary rule of thumb of show, don't tell. This is the golden rule as far as his literature goes. Despite using very simple words, he creates an image of what's going on, and makes you infer what is going on. The...

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