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    For Whom The Bell Tolls

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    Three attributes the Nazis found dangerous enough to censor are the books “For Whom the Bell Tolls” by Ernest Hemingway, “The Call Of Wild” by Jack London, and “The Jungle” by Upton Sinclair. All three of these books were banned in Germany because of what they were about. From Document four it states that “For Whom the Bell Tolls” by Ernest Hemingway is about “The protagonist, Jordan, fights on the side of the left-leaning Republicans against the right-wing fascists, and witnesses the brutalities of war.” This book was most likely banned because it is about the protagonist fighting against the fascists and Hitler was a fascist dictator. The next book “The Call Of Wild” by Jack London is about a dog named Buck that is forced to work and live…

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    In Ernest Hemingway’s book, For Whom The Bell Tolls, He has multiple female characters that represent women and the roles that they played during the time period of the Spanish Civil War. Women actually participated in huge ways during the Spanish Civil War. Though the amount of women in the guerilla group was not very large, the few that were members were important parts of the group. One of the these characters is Maria, the love interest of the main character Robert Jordan. Another character…

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    Whom The Bell Toll Theme

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    For Whom The Bell Tolls Ernest Hemingway Ernest Hemingway was an American author and journalist. His economical understated style had a strong influence on 20th century fiction. He was greatly appreciated in the literary world and went on to win the Pulitzer prize for his work. Hemingway insisted with the WW1 ambulance drivers in 1918, however he was severely wounded and had to return home. In 1930 he went to Spain as a journalist and film production assistant in 1937 and 1938. Hemingway's own…

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    For Whom the Bell Tolls Research Paper Mankind can still find love even when surrounded by loss and inevitable death, if one is willing. Love can be presented anywhere and at anytime. Ernest Hemingway expresses this in his novel For Whom The Bell Tolls through the characterization of Robert Jordan and Maria, the symbolism of the snow, and the situational irony of the ending. CHARACTERIZATION Furthermore, Hemingway portrays the character Robert Jordan as a hard, fearless, and noble man, whose…

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    The Sun Also Rises is Ernest Hemingway's first published novel, released in 1926. The novel displays the effect that the horrors and casualties of World War One had on the character's views on love, justice, religion and morality. The Sun Also Rises follows the characters Brett Ashley, Bill Gorton, and Jake Barnes, two of which greatly exemplify the great affect World War One had on the religious faith of those who it harmed. This shift in their religious and moral views dictates how they cope…

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    Ernest Hemingway is referred to as one of the most influential writer of prose. Hemingway also was awarded the Nobel peace prize for literature in 1954. Even though some of his novels may have been considered elementary, they became the best novels ever written. Two of his most famous novels are A Farewell to Arms and For Whom the Bell Tolls. The two novels compare in many different ways. For instance the theme of both novels is setting, the characterization, and the imagery Hemingway uses of…

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    The Dream By John Donne

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    In the poem “The Dream” by John Donne, it talks about the speaker having a happy dream about the person he’s in love with. The poem describes the speaker as a person who is madly in love. So in the dream, the speaker sees the woman and tries to woo her to come into bed with him by giving her compliments. But the woman pinpoint the right time of the pleasure in his dream, then uses this opportunity to wake him up. The narrator understands because he wants to be awake with the woman and promises…

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    In the novel The Sun Also Rises, by Ernest Hemingway, speaks on the subject of differences when it comes to viewing material worlds and the emotional world. These characters are different when it comes to the real world and the ideas in the world. Some of these ideas talked about in this novel are talked about by characters. In this novel, the first character that was mentioned what Robert Cohn. Cohn is someone the narrator, Jake, knows from school. Robert focuses on the emotional life in the…

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    that time. Ernest Hemingway, an english author who was in the Italian first aid during World War I, is one of the novelist who show an aspect of life during World War I in the novel Farewell to Arms. Hemingway tries to show what people had to deal with during those times. A man named Fredi, who is an american in the Italian first aid, meets a woman who he falls in love with. He tries to live a life with this woman but also having to deal with the problems that arise during war. Hemingway shows…

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    In the book the sun also rises the author Ernest Hemingway, gives all of his characters different views about the world which helps understand why they carry themselves in the manners in which they do. Some characters based based off how they view the world and their out take on life, whether they view life from a materialistic or an emotional aspect of living. Three of the main characters Robert Cohn, Frances and Brett view the world materialistically, they feel as if they need things in there…

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