Hemingway's 'Hills Like White Elephants'

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Hills Like White Elephants “Hills Like White Elephants” is a dialog between a man a woman. They are talking, but they are not listening to each other. The both realize the relationship is over. The conversation is about making the choice of having an abortion or marriage. Both of these choices are extremes measurements that the man is not willing to take it. Throughout the dialog, the girl is telling him she does not want to have the abortion, but to please him she agrees. She depends on him so much, and she is willing to do anything to keep the relationship going; however, she realizes that nothing can save their affair. The girl looks at the hills and compares them to white elephants. The term white elephants are associated with possessions
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