rapturous love story about an ambulance driver Frederic Henry during World War

Rapturous love story about an ambulance driver

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rapturous love story about an ambulance driver Frederic Henry during World War I and his English partner Catherine Barkley, an English nurse ( Hemingway 13). The overriding theme in the story is "grace under pressure" particularly the capacity for "men without women" to stay calm and proficient despite life-threatening violence. This style of storytelling changed literature genres and changed how writers penned their ideas. Literature has a way of talking to people and American literature is no exception. The realm has been changed, restructured, and refined by numerous authors but none have made monumental contributions like Hemmingway, Irving, Child, and Harte. The themes, figurines, and emblems depicted in these authors’ writings are pervasive figures in the literary culture that they appear always to have existed. Regarding the influence of their prose, it is evident that powerful, style-forming mastery of the art of narration have greatly changed how people read and write American literature. These authors changed American literature forever.
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