The Sun Also Rises Novel Notebook

The Sun Also Rises Novel Notebook - Roshni Sheth The Sun...

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Roshni Sheth The Sun Also Rises Novel Notebook Chapter 1 “He cared nothing for boxing, in fact he disliked it, but he learned it painfully and thoroughly to counteract the feeling of inferiority and shyness he had felt on being treated as a Jew at Princeton.” Pg.11 “I never met any one of his class who remembered him.” Pg. 11 Robert Cohn, a Jewish boxing champion, starts boxing at Princeton to escape racial remarks. He is a divorcee whose next love Frances convinces him to move to Europe, where he becomes friends with the narrator. She seems clingy and jealous. Chapter 2 “…and his horizons had all shifted…I am sure he had never been in love in his life.” Pg. 16 “‘The Purple Land’ is a very sinister book if read too late in life.” Pg. 17 “’Nobody ever lives their life all the way up except bull-fighters.’” Pg. 18 After Robert goes to America, he becomes vain and realizes that other women are out there. He wants Jake to go to South America with him to start really living, but Jake does not want to go. Chapter 3 “Pernod…has a good uplift, but it drops you just as far.” Pg. 23 “He looked a great deal as his compatriot must have looked when he saw the promise land.” Pg. 29 Jake starts talking to Georgette at a bar and spends the evening with her. She tries to kiss him, but he says he can’t because he got hurt during the war. They run into Cohn and Lady Brett, and Jake ends up leaving with Brett. Chapter 4 “It is awfully easy to be hard-boiled about everything in the daytime, but at night it is another thing.” Pg. 42 Jake and Brett are in love but cannot be together because of Jake’s injury. Brett thinks of it as punishment, but Jake finds it funny. Brett comes drunk to Jake’s room to tell him that Count Mippipopolous offered her money to go away with him, but she declined.
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Chapter 5 Cohn and Jake talk about Lady Brett, and Jake insults her the whole time, which Cohn doesn’t like. Jake says that her love died in the war and that she is going to marry Mike Campbell. Jake tells Cohn to go to hell, which Cohn takes really offensively. Jake apologizes. Chapter 6 “I suppose it is some association of ideas that makes those dead places in a journey.” Pg. 48 “Externally he had been formed at Princeton. Internally he had been molded by the two women who had trained him.” Pg. 52 Jake is waiting for Brett, when he runs into Harvey, a gambler. Jake runs into Cohn, who has a
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