Explain the poem, Hills Like White Elephants. A Feminist Approach to "Hills Like White Elephants"
From a feminist point of view, Ernest Hemingway's "Hills Like White Elephants"
uses a plethora of symbols to convey the idea that a young girl named Jig is a typical woman dealing with a woman's choice. Although the word abortion is never used in the story, the reader is lead to that conclusion through the use of symbolism.
The story begins with Jig and her American boyfriend waiting for a train in the valley of Ebro, a symbolic use of the word "Embryo". In addition, the valley of Ebro has a river running through it. This river represents life.
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- Explain the poem, Hills Like White Elephants. A Feminist Approach to "Hills Like White Elephants"
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