Analysis Of Soldier's Home By Ernest Hemingway

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In the short story “Soldier’s Home” by Ernest Hemingway, the protagonist-Harold Krebs-has to fake about himself to fit in and try to adapt to his setting. When Krebs came back from the war, everything was different and “it was all too complicated.” His home is different from the environment he was used to back in Germany. The army had changed him, while he changed everyone else practically stayed the same. He tries to fit in by acting like someone else. He wants to have some similarities with everyone around him, “but the world they were in was not the world he was in.” Krebs has been away in the army and disconnected from the world. What people know and what he knows is different from everyone else. He learned from people who were also in
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