"The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber" by Ernest Hemingway
In Ernest Hemingway's story, "The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber," Francis Macomber,
according to Hemingway, is a very unhappy man because of his cowardly display after facing a wounded
lion and because of his inability to stand up to his wife. However, Francis Macomber regains his happiness
and bravery while out hunting buffalo; unfortunately, it is short lived.
Francis Macomber is a man in his mid-thirties, "very tall, very well built...and considered
handsome." He excelles at court games and has quite a number of big-game fishing records, yet, this
morning he "has just shown h…
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