The Characterization of Brett in The Sun Also Rises by Hemingway
The Characterization of Brett in The Sun Also Rises
<Tab/>If taken at face value, The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway, seems simply to be a depressing story about a group of lost individuals, plagued with drunkenness who, as a result, float through life with little meaning at all; however, this na&iuml;ve perception fails to account for the deeper meaning and thematic development that lies within the text. For many of the novel's characters, this drunken, partying conduct is part of their response to the negative effects of World War I. Brett is a key example…
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