Ernest Hemingway Style Analysis

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Ernest Hemingway was born on July 21, 1899, in Oak Park, Illinois. Hemingway career first starts off by reporting for a few months for The Kansas City Star. He left to enlist with the World War I ambulance drivers. During his time in the war, he was severely wounded and spent a good amount of time in hospitals. He soon returns to the United States. After coming back to the United States Hemingway married Hadley Richardson and moved to Paris and found influence from the 1920’s “Lost Generation,” expatriate community. Hemingway goes to the Festival of San Fermin in Pamplona, Spain in 1923. Few days after the festival ended he started to write the draft of The Sun Also Rises and finishes it in a few weeks. In 1927, Hemingway got divorced from Hadley and married Pauline Pfeiffer. Around 7-8 years later he buys a house in Key West where his second floor became his writing studio. In the 1930’s he spent most of his winters in Key West and summers in Wyoming. Later in the 1930’s, Hemingway agrees to report on the Spanish Civil War for the North American newspaper. He meets and has an affair with a…show more content…
The “Hemingway Style,” includes some main features that define it. Hemingway uses a stronger emphasis on nouns and verbs rather than adjectives. Hemingway tries to avoid putting adjectives all the times. He uses a limited word palette and a frequent repetition of the same words and phrases. In short or long sentences with short phrases, he connects them with conjunctions. In his writing style, there is also a lack of clarity between sentences in the aspect of being relative. Hemingway includes dialogue not just between character, but also between the character and themselves. He uses the dialogue to add a sense of reality to the readers. One more thing uses in his writings is a show of machismo in his dominant male character and how they have strength, courage, and
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