A Study of the Ingredients of Ernest HemingwayÂ’s literary art and Craft in his Works of Fiction

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  • Anum Mirza

Keywords:

war, violence, death, ingredient, nature, life, sex, iceberg theory

Abstract

Ernest Hemingway was a great writer, who has achieved a place in the annals of world literature which is hard to achieve and surpass. Hemingway was not a visionary but a realist. His art was firmly rooted in the solid earth. This paper is an attempt to understand the style, technique, and the various ingredients used by Ernest Hemingway in his literary career and we will try to focus on the various qualities of him that made him extremely famous. There was something vital, basic and essential which always eluded him. No imitator could achieve Hemingway’s special brand of aesthetic discipline which ran through all his work like an invisible electric current. The persons, places, and occurrences, mentioned in his novels are the persons Hemingway had met or known in actual life, the places he had actually visited or known and scenes and occurrences which had occurred once.

 

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Author Biography

Anum Mirza

Ph.D. Research Scholar

Mirza.anum123@gmail.com

Department of English

Lovely Professional University

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Published

2017-09-29

How to Cite

Mirza, A. (2017). A Study of the Ingredients of Ernest HemingwayÂ’s literary art and Craft in his Works of Fiction. SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJELLH , 5(9), 10. Retrieved from https://ijellh.com/OJS/index.php/OJS/article/view/2325