Ernest Hemmingway Essay Topics

Ernest Hemingway’s for Whom the Bell Tolls

Ernest Hemingway is one of the critically acclaimed fiction writers of his time, because of the novels that he wrote which both captivated the readers and at the same time triggered different responses from critics and literary analysts. His works were admired, and the writer given the respect due to him because of the impact… View Article

Symbolism in Hills Like White Elephants

Difficulty and dealing with difficulty are part of the balance that makes up the human experience. Forced to deal on one side with the selfishness of other people and on the other side by a terrible fear of what they do not know, there are two characters in Ernest Hemmingway’s 1927 story, Hills Like White… View Article

The Emptiness of Promiscuity and Addiction

The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemmingway grants the reading world a smooth flowing unification of various modern, in fact timeless, concepts of human life. Hemmingway’s semi-autobiographical representations of life as part of the “Lost Generation” seem to ring as true today as they must have then. This is certainly one of the characteristics common… View Article