Symbolisim in "Hills Like White Elephants" Written by Ernest Hemingway
The story "Hills Like White Elephants" written by Ernest Hemingway tells of a dysfunctional couple on the verge of making a life altering decision. Hemingway provides no direct insight about the character's circumstances; only through the use of symbolism within their dialogue is the true meaning portrayed. There is a theme of arrogance and irresponsibility present throughout the duration of the story.
The setting is crucial for the reader to be able to understand the conversation between the couple. …
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