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Story: Camping Out Author: Ernest Hemmingway In the essay "Camping Out", Ernest Hemingway gives a description on the benefits of camping; getting proper rest and becoming comfortable in the bush. His style of writing is allegorical, describing the importance of proper utensils, bedding, repellent oil, cooking ingredients and instructions, for a successful camping trip. Hemingway has many analogies throughout his essay and dry humor, from the beginning of the story to the very end. His humor begins in the second paragraph of the story where he states, "He will come back with enough mosquito bites to make the back of his neck look like a relief map of the Caucasus," and "Oil of pennyroyal and eucalyptol are also much hated by mosquitoes." He concludes the story with more humor when he says, "If your pals are Frenchmen they will kiss you," and "the penalty for
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