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Essay | Ernest Hemingway V. Frederic Henry in a Farewell to Arms

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Ernest Hemingway V. Frederic Henry in a Farewell to Arms

Summary: A Farewell to Arms is a powerful autobiography, for it is unlike most autobiographies before it. Hemingway allows the reader not only to read of his personal moments and actions, but his inner thoughts and disputes within himself. This is more autobiographical then most other memoirs could hope to be, for it allows for an understanding of Hemingway's very soul.
Ernest Hemingway: The Man within Each Person

Ernest Hemingway was born on July 21,1899, in Oak Park Illinois (Pratt 11). He was the second oldest child in a family of six children. Ernest's mother, Grace, was a motivation force in turning him toward writing (Pratt 12). She was very much a cultural person, taking him to plays and art galleries, stimulating his writing interests. Although she helpful in this manner to Hemingway, he hated her for almost all of his life for the disgrace she put him through of being dressed in girl's clothing as a young child (Sandison 24). He was greatly influenced by his grandfather, Anson Hemingway, who brought Ernest to believe in the ideals of armed conflict, heroic deeds, and heroes that Ernest would write about later in his life (Sandison 20). His father, Clarence Edmond Hemingway, furthered these war ideals throughout...

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