In the New York Times article, “A Farewell to Arms with Hemingway’s Alternate Ending” Patrick Hemingway himself said that “but it is absolutely true that no matter how much you analyze a classic bit of writing, you can never really figure out what makes talent work.” No one but Ernest Hemingway himself can explain why he wrote the ending the way he did. There are rumors and hints as to why he did, but there is always one clear message portrayed through the novels. Hemingway did not live a happy life, but to the world he appeared to be; his ultimate message was that happy endings do not exist. If there is love, there will be pain. With death, there will be pain, and death is
Reading contains many definitions. Each individual defines reading to how they perceive it. Some individuals read to gain knowledge while others read to escape, escape their living situations or their minds. Writer Sherman Alexie, wrote "Superman and Me," published in 1990 in Los Angeles Times, explaining his life situation before he became a write, claiming that reading changed his life. Alexie begins building his credibility with personal facts and establishing himself with honest judgment, while strongly exerting emotional appeals; however, he doesn 't incorporate appeal to logic, which isn 't necessary considering the piece is more on a personal level.
Unlike the Bible and other literature, the Book provides no literal information; it is impactful to its readers because of its properties and the statement they make about time and space. The narrator describes his disconcerting first experience with the Book of Sand, when he discovers that the pages are arbitrary and the same cannot be found twice: “I took note of the page, and then closed the book. Immediately I opened it again. In vain I searched for the figure of the anchor, page after page. To hide my discomfiture, I tried another tack.” Furthermore, the Book’s pages are infinite; no matter how hard the narrator tries, he cannot find its beginning or end.
At first all the characters were not close and they where impersonal with each other as the book goes on they started to get personal with each other and started to have an impact with montag. According to the rules of this game, if the yellow flower doesn’t stick to the skin, it demonstrates that he is not in love, even though Montag is married to his wife, Millie. This new realization begins to make Montag think about his marriage, his job as a Fireman and his life. Instead, Clarisess could have told him he was in love so maybe he could feel better about himself but she was honest with him and told him that he wasn 't in love. The author, Ray Bradbury, writes in a way that Montage started to admire Clarisse because of how caring, melancholy and how much she thinks deeply into her thoughts.
The structure has caused authors to only use this structure to write their novels and the same for directors and producers. Only sometimes is their mild differences in the works they created in which provides some creativity, but little to none. The original use of heroes no longer exist in today’s time and only exists on behalf of the monomyth structure, nothing else. One can argue that, if the book was never created or the structure itself wasn’t, the literature world would be one that is different, with perhaps more creativity and freedom in the creation of stories relating to heroic quests. One of the most recurrent stories we see on television today is the “cold feet before the wedding” ones in which the groom or bride gets scared before marrying one another and it becomes a whole episode on that sole
“In the beginning, some people try to appear that everything about them is "in black and white," until later their true colors come out.” As humans, we do this in order to keep life as simple as possible, but it is an undeniable fact that there is more to us than meets the eye. That quote was written by a man of the name Anthony Liccione. He is an American writer who produces books, but people know him for his sophisticated yet simple quotes. Though this quote has no correlation to F.Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, the meaning of it relates to several significant characters. As readers, we see countless examples of these characters judging others after their initial interaction with someone.
Glass had something missing inside “that core sense of confidence and security,” and it was clear to see once his lies were uncovered (Bissinger). Glass went further than anyone had ever seen. He did not let his insecurity and inner self-loathing distract his movement towards success. The emotional impact of lying through each piece of evidence that Glass inserted in his stories influences how the audience read his pieces. He trapped his audience into believing the fictional statements he wrote when they believed that they were reading non-fictional
He is just as guilty as Montag because he read books as well and hid information that was very valid to the knowledge of the people of the society. There is little evidence for the fact that Beatty hid the truth about censorship in hiding books, but with what evidence is relevant, Beatty will be proven guilty for his obstruct actions. Furthermore, the captain kept society from thinking with the help of the government, which didn’t provide the time for thought because it caused many distractions for the people. TV shows were brief and cars were being driven out of control, while no consequences were being thought of. The government didn’t know how they were being played by the powerful Beatty.
Little is known about the German author Jakob Haringer, born Johann Franz Albert (1898-1948), who led a restless life. He was unconventional, obstinate and outspoken, and enjoyed duping his contemporaries with fictional details regarding his life and his works. In the 1920s, he started living as a vagrant, as he was wanted by the police, first for a customs offence and later for failure to register with the authorities and blasphemy. In 1929 and 1931, Haringer was a patient of several mental institutions. His work, which consists mainly of poetry, is uneven in style and level, and his often imperfect rhymes show his reluctance to strive for form.
Edgar Allan Poe was an American author; he mainly focused in genres such as short stories and poems. Poe didn’t have much of an academic background in literature but, he excelled in it. Some people believe that his success was mostly due to the fact that his life was very sad, filled by a series on misfortunate events, such as being an orphan, suffering from poverty and being constantly surrounded by death. In his works, Poe portrays narratives that are characterized by their mystery and macabre. The topic of death was ever present in his work, constantly describe with dark moods and somewhat terrifying settings.