Ernest Hemingway Writing Styles in Green Hills of Africa

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By the time this book was written (in the early 1930s, when the author was in his mid thirties), Ernest Hemingway was a successful writer, a known personality, and well traveled. He hadn't yet published his most famous works (such as The Old Man and the Sea, A Farewell to Arms) and hadn't yet acquired the celebrity that came with the publication of those books and the associated revelations of his lifestyle, but he had already lived according to the dictates of a deep seated personal, cultural and artistic restlessness. In other words, his perspective is that of a man past the tentative beginnings of his personal and creative life and searching for how much more deeply both can be felt, experienced, and interpreted. This is reflected in the hunting experiences described here - he evidently has a certain degree of accomplishment and doesn't yet have the maturity...

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