Hemingway 3

Hemingway 3 - CJ Osburn 2221940 Hemingway Paper #3 Ernest...

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CJ Osburn 2221940 Hemingway Paper #3 Ernest Hemingway is sometimes portrayed as a self-centered author who portrays woman as lesser beings and depends on alcohol throughout his stories. Paul Rankin and Jeffrey Meyers are two writers who feel different on the situation. Rankin believes that in “Hills Like White Elephants” the woman dominates the situation about her unborn child. Also Meyers showed through an unpublished letter that Hemingway does realize his mistakes even when he is in the prime of his career. These are two of just many writers who don’t believe all of the bad stereotypes about Hemingway. Jig is a woman at a train station with the father of her unborn child. When we are introduced to them we realize Jig is trying to decide on having an abortion or not. Rankin presents Jig as the dominate character in the conversation because she initiates all conversation is well aware of every aspect of the conversation. On the other hand the man contradicts himself when talks about the operation. Even though Hemingway usually
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course ENG 2012 taught by Professor Bently-baker during the Spring '08 term at FIU.

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