The Literary Works of Ernest Hemingway Ernest Hemingway is thought of as one of the greatest American writers of his era. A literature wizard of the prose style that became his signature,in 1954 he received a nobel prize in literature. Even though his writing structure is pleasant, he is a highly criticized writer, and his works bring upon a great amount of controversy. His wide variety of setting, plot, characters, and his emphasis on masculinity, as well as his short, objective language, have gave critics the idea that his stories are dark and empty. Other people say that beneath the emptiness there is a very unique and fictional background.
Hemingway’s symbolism in Hills Like White Elephants Ernest Hemingway among the best of authors of his time, uses a quite different approach to his writings. His style to of writing is often vague and unclear. Hemmingway only gives a bit of content about the story, and the rest is hidden or missing entirely. The audiences are therefore forced to read more carefully and piece together the story. The style of writing he uses is known as the iceberg theory.
The various literary techniques and styles he has created and uses within literary works, has made him an important influence on the English language and literature of the twentieth century. Hemingway was
For example, Emily Dickson influenced Sylvia Plath. They both had different infatuations and a different outlook on life. Walt Whitman exposed religion and his beliefs in his writings. He believed that that everyone should have a relationship with their soul. Whitman also believed that a person should invite his or her soul to a celebration.
Ernest Hemingway involves a conspicuous place in the chronicles of American literary history by virtue of his progressive part in the field of twentieth century American fiction. By rendering a sensible depiction of the between war period with its dissatisfaction and crumbling of old esteems, Hemingway has displayed the problem of the advanced man in 'a world which progressively looks to diminish him to a component, an insignificant thing'.  Written in a simple however flighty style, with the issues of war, brutality and demise as their topics, his books introduce a representative elucidation of life. The Nobel Prize winning author impacted twentieth-century fiction, and the vast majority of his works are considered works of art today. His
Ernest Hemingway once said, “Every man's life ends the same way. It is only the details of how he lived and how he died that distinguish one man from another.” Hemingway illustrates throughout The Sun Also Rises how most of the men in the novel are going to the end of their lives in almost the same manner, but they have also done little things that distinguish big differences in the ways they have lives. Most of these differences are either reinstating their masculinity to others or trying to take another man’s away. In the The Sun Also Rises, Ernest Hemingway shows masculinity through the underlying competition between Jake Barnes and his friends. The men in Ernest Hemingway’s novel were involved in World War I, at war that affected many men physically and mentally, changing society's view of what it meant to be a man.
Ernest had many excellent and poor experiences, but all of them were important to his writings. He wrote many nonfiction, short stories, and novels that have helped him win many awards. Including the Pulitzer and Nobel prize award. Throughout, Ernest Hemingway 's life he was a part of many, jobs, relationships, places, wars, and hospitals that helped impact many of his writings. Hemingway’s early life (1-18 years old) had a great amount of happiness and joy within it.
Hemingway’s alternate endings give insight into what he was thinking and what words were the right ones. He was conscientious with how he wanted the message to be embodied and articulated. Critics argue that A Farewell to Arms should have ended another way, with a happy ending perhaps that captures another side of the author’s writing. The truth is that there was no better way to capture Hemingway’s true personality through the characters if he did not write it himself. 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.
He went from being deprived intellectually and in poverty to a figure stone in literature. It was Wright’s childhood that shaped his dream for getting an education. While succeeding in education Wright became obsessed with bringing down Jim Crow laws. In “Blueprint for Negro Writing” Wright condemns Negro writers. Wright feels that these writers are pandering to whites, instead of building to a life that’s worth living for all Black Americans.
Although the Sun Also Rises was Hemingway 's first novel but it granted him much of his reputation and considered to be best-known .The novel examined the way of life in Paris during the 1920s for Americans who left home to Europe after the World War I seeking for greater freedom whom they were defined as expatriates. James T.Farrell asserts that "the novel struck deeper chords in the youth of twenties ,which Gertrude Stein called lost generation." (Farrell,1945,P.29) Hemingway was able to reflect the chaotic post war and was able to create characters ,situation, happenings and mood that were as real as life and concerning this Farrell comments "The mood and attitude of the main characters is that of people on vacation .They set out to do what people want to do on a vacation. They have love-affairs ,they drink ,go fishing and see new spectacles" (Farrell,1945,P.5) Jake Barnes was impotent as a result of a wound he got during the World War I