• Hills Like White Elephants
    Hills Like White Elephants "Hills Like White Elephants" by Ernest Hemingway, is a great example of women's role in the last century. The story is told in a simple form of dialogue between a man and a young woman nicknamed Jig. Although there is an important decision to be made, nothing of m
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    "Hills Like White Elephants", S. 211-214 Als eine meiner ersten Shost Stories von Hemingway war ich nach der Lektüre zunächst erstaunt: netter Text, ja, aber was soll er? Hemingway arbeitet mit knappsten Mitteln. Er überläßt viel dem Leser, aber Ich meine nicht, daß dadurch der Leser freie Han
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  • Hills Like White Elephants
    Short Story Exam 1 In the short story "Hills Like White Elephants", Ernest Hemingway explores the human transition of character from following to leading, depicting how life's situations bring about a change in the way one makes decisions in life. Hemingway develops the thematic mean
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    The most striking feature of this short story is the way in which it is told. It is not a story in the classical sense with an introduction, a development of the story and an end, but we just get some time in the life of two people, as if it were just a piece of a film where we have a lot to deduce,
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  • Hills Like White Elephants
    In the story "Hills Like White Elephants" the man and girl are arguing the entire time, but what are they arguing about. The story makes me think that they are planning to do something illegal, because the man keeps saying to the girl that "you don't have to do anything that you don't want to do." I
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  • Hills Like White Elephants
    "Hills like White Elephants", written by Ernest Hemingway is not a story in the classical sense with an introduction, a development, and an end. Instead the reader must conclude the meaning of the story from a conversation between a couple, a girl and her American boyfriend. Conflict is created thro
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  • Hills Like White Elephants
    Hills Like White Elephants - Symbolism to Portray Theme In Ernest Hemingway's Hills Like White Elephants the girl (Jig) and the American man are discussing the possibility of Jig, getting an abortion. Hemingway uses "Hills" as a pregnant woman's stomach and the "White Elephants" as unwanted gift
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  • Hills Like White Elephants
    The most striking feature of the short story "Hills Like White Elephants," written by Hemingway, was that it was told with symbolism. It is not a story in the classical sense with an introduction, a development of the story, and an end; but we just get some time in the life of two people, as if it w
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  • Hills Like White Elephants
    The short story, "Hills Like White Elephants," by Ernest Hemingway, has a lot to do with how the author lived. The time period the story mostly relates to is when he was married to Hadley and having an affair with Pauline. The story shows problems within a relationship and a lack of communication be
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  • Hills Like White Elephants
    Thesis Ernest Hemingway's writing style mirrored the way he lived his own life. Ernest lived the way he wrote creating situations, setting scenes and events leading to their consequences. Hemingway leaves morals and conclusions to the reader. In his short story, Hills like White Elephants these writ
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  • Hills Like White Elephants
    ERNEST HEMINGWAY'S "HILLS LIKE WHITE ELEPHANTS" is, if taken literally, a story in which little actually "happens": a couple has drinks at a train station in Spain and argues about something rather vague. A useful approach to such an enigmatic text is to examine the very language of which it is made
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    "Hills like White Elephants" The most remarkable aspect of the short story "Hills Like White Elephants," written by Ernest Hemingway, is it's rich use of symbolism. The story is rather unique in that it does not have a complete plot line with an introduction leading to an expanded story. Neither ar
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  • Hills Like White Elephants
    "Hills Like White Elephants" by Ernest Hemingway, is a story that takes place at a train station in Spain, where an American man and a girl, whom he calls Jig, drink beer while waiting for a train to Madrid. As the man and girl are enjoying their beers, the girl begins to express how the line of hil
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  • Hills Like White Elephants
    Hills Like White Elephants Ernest Hemingway (1899 ~ 1961) Summary The setting of the story is in Ebro River Valley in Spain. An American man and a girl are having a conversation while they are waiting for the train at the bar in train station. The two are apparently a couple. They drink beer
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  • Hills Like White Elephants
    The story "Hills Like White Elephants" written by Ernest Hemingway tells of a dysfunctional couple on the verge of making a life altering decision. Hemingway provides no direct insight about the character's circumstances; only through the use of symbolism within their dialogue is the true meaning po
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  • Hills Like White Elephants, Ernest Hemmingway
    Ernest Hemmingway tells the story "Hills like White Elephants" nearly through pure dialog about two lovers conflicted over a serious decision. As the story progresses and through their tight conversation he reveals to us a great deal about their personalities, but leaves the details of the relations
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  • Hills Like White Elephants
    Hemingway's "Hills Like White Elephants," written in an objective point of view uses symbolism from the couple's dialogue to present the theme of choosing to live selfishly, and living with the results, or choosing to live selflessly, and reaping the rewards. Hemingway has made this short story ver
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  • Approaching “Hills Like White Elephants”
    Ernest Hemingway begins the story with a couple awaiting a train at a station located near the Ebro. He gives a brief description of the setting, then breaks into the action as if you were there observing the event yourself. It is very hot out, so the couple decides to order a round of beer. As the
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    Hills Like White Elephants Ernest Hemingway wrote the work “Hills Like White Elephants”. His story is about abortion although within the text, the word abortion is nowhere to be found. The reason why Ernest Hemingway portrayed abortion the way he did was because in 1927, abortion was someth
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    "Hills Like White Elephants" by Earnest Hemingway In his summary of "Hills Like White Elephants" by Earnest Hemingway, Paul Rankin comes to a few conclusions about the a young girl in the story. Using both Carl Jung and Karen Horney’s application of human behavior to buttress his opinion, Rankin c
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