Critical Analysis of the Short Story ‘Hills Like White Elephants’ by Ernest Hemingway.
shows one-eighth of it above water (Li-Jun, Y., Ding-Xi, X., 2010).
The subject, theme, setting, plot, characters, point of view, conflict, style, dialog, symbolism, irony and compression all make “Hills like White Elephants” one of the most awesome short stories of Ernest Hemingway. (Weeks Jr., L. E., 1980)
The themes of “Hills like White Elephants” are the “choices and consequences” of an unmarried couple in the midst of a disagreement about abortion, which the American believes in the choice for