The Origin of Individual Heroism

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Ⅰ.Suppose you are to write a graduation thesis. Try to finish the following parts according to the direction. (100 points)
1. To write the title in the middle.
2. To state your main content or an abstract within 100-200 words, and then. give the key words (3-5 words). 3. To give a brief introduction of literary or literature review within 200 words and the significance of your paper. 4. To list the bibliography (See the reference format below) Note: You can choose either English or Chinese to do it.

On the Happiness of the Hemingway Hero

Main conent: Hemingway’s works show us a world of violence, disorder, and death. The Hemingway hero just live in the world no matter where it is an Eliotic Weste Land, a battlefield, sea or somewhere else. It can not be reasonable any more if people think the world is full of sadness because the fact is just like this. That’s why there are so many words wherever they come from prove that the Hemingway hero or even Hemingway himself is pessimistic one. However, pessimistic does coexist with optimistic, sadness does rank with happiness. In that way, the paper challenges the pessimism. It aims for showing Hemingway hero’s happy side through these facts --- Hemigway’s own life, Nick Adams in the In Our Times, Jake barnes in the The Sun Also Rise, Frederic Henry in the A Farewell to Arms, Rorbort Jordan in the For Whom the Bell Tolls, Santiago in the The Old Man and the Sea. The reason is the more the Hemingway hero knows happiness the more he knows sadness.

Key words: Hemingway’s world;hero;pessimism;happiness

Introduction

As a boy, Hemingway liked boxing and football and wrote light verse and humorous stories. After leaving school, he expericed the war. During his whole life, he was injured many times, suffered at least a dozen injuries to the brain, and survived three bad automobile...
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