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Who killed Francis Macomber, by Hemingway.
"Mrs. Macomber, in the car, had shot at the buffalo with the 6.5 Mannlicher as it seemed about to gore Macomber and had hit her husband about two inches up and a little to one side of the base of his skull" (28), but what makes a wife shot her husband? In the story "The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber" by Ernest Hemingway, one of the most scandalous moments occurs when Mrs. Macomber shoots her husband, Francis, leaving the reader to ponder upon if the murder was intentional. Throughout the story, Hemingway leaves a few subtle clues to the murder of Francis. Margot saw many negative…
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