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Ernest Hemingway and his significance of landscapes, from "The Complete Short Stories".
This essay was written about the significance of landscape using his "Big Two Hearted River" and "Hills Like White Elephants."
The Significance of Landscape
Hemingway uses landscape to reflect his characters emotions and also as a secondary character in his stories. Two good examples of this are Hemingway's "Big Two Hearted River" and "Hills Like White Elephants."
In "Big Two Hearted River," Nick was the only human character but the scenery definitely played a huge role. In the beginning of the story Hemingway describes an old town that had been burnt to ashes. "There was no town, n…
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