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Death of Love in Hemingway's the Sun Also Rises

Summary: In his book The Sun Also Rises, Ernest Hemingway portrays the death of love through the Hemingway style of simple but hidden structure, profound symbolism and descriptive sensations.
In Homer's Odyssey an atmosphere of disintegration of love and the upcoming of betrayal is depicted by Circe the enchantress. The men fascinated through Circe turn into brutes. Similarly in Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises Lady Brett Ashley plays the treachery filled part of Circe. Other men like Jake Barnes, Count Mippipopolous, Robert Cohn, Mike Campbell, and Pedro Romero in the book are mistakenly captivated by Brett and consciously or unconsciously hate each other. Brett "trompers" each of these men with "everyone" (Hemingway 48). This betrayal of love is not so evident in the novel unless the reader figures out the remaining seven-eights of the information not directly mentioned by Hemingway. In his book The Sun Also Rises, Ernest Hemingway portrays the death of love through the Hemingway style of simple but hidden structure, profound symbolism and descriptive sensations.

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