Thressing In Ernestingway's Indian Camp By Ernest Hemingway

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Ernest Hemingway once said ”there is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow men. True nobility lies in being superior to your former self.” In the story “Indian Camp” Nick, his father and his uncle George travel to an Indian Camp where there is a woman who is having trouble in labor. When approached, the woman is screaming on top of her lungs. Nick asks why, and his father has to explain to him that she is in labor. Nick has an uneasy feeling and keeps looking away. Nick’s father started operating on her without any anesthetic, having multiple men hold her down. After the baby is delivered, the woman is pale and unconscious. Nick’s father is just proud of what he did, so he runs to the bunk to go get the father. When he enters he sees that the father has slit his own throat with a razor. Nick see’s even though his father tries to protect him from it. On their way home, he apologizes to Nick for …show more content…
His mother’s name is Grace Hall-Hemingway and his father was Clarence Edmonds Hemingway.He served in World War I, and worked in journalism even after college, before publishing any work. Ernest was an ambulance driver in the Italian army. He was later awarded the Silver Medal of Bravery.His family spent time in northern Michigan, where they had a cabin. Ernest learned how to hunt,fish, and appreciate the outdoors there. His mother did not support his decision to be a write. In high school, Ernest worked in the newspaper. His sports section was called “Trapez and Tabula”. This was how he found his love for writing. After high school, he went to work for the Kansas City Star. According to the encyclopedia of world biography, “He spent the summers with his family in the woods of northern Michigan, where he often accompanied hi sfather on professional calls.” In conclusion, Ernest hemingway depicted his stories based on his life and the important, big and little things that occurred in his

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