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FREE READ ✓ The Sun Also Rises ½ [Download] ➵ The Sun Also Rises Author Ernest Hemingway – The uintessential novel of the Lost Generation The Sun Also Rises is one of Ernest Hemingway's masterpieces and a classic example of his spare but powerful writing style A poignant look at the disillu The uintessentiaThe uintessential novel of the Lost Generation The Sun Also Rises is one of Ernest Hemingway's masterpieces and a classic example of his spare but powerful writing style A poignant look at the disillusionment and angst of the post World War I generation the n. What I learned from this book in no particular order 1 Jews are stubborn2 Being a Jew in Princeton sucks3 Being impotent sucks especially if you are in love with a beautiful woman4 A beautiful woman is built with curves like the hull of a racing boat Women make swell friends5 If you suffer from domestic abuse the best way to work it out is by going through as many men as possible in the shortest time and then discard them like wet tissues once you’re done if you happen to be pretty enough to attract scores of them that is6 The best way to work out existential angst is to drink your way through France and Spain7 The Left Bank sucks Being an expat sucks8 Spain sucks except for the bullfighting Bullfights are swell9 Nobody ever lives their life all the way up except bullfighters Bulls have no balls10 People who run with the bulls are suckersOther Random ObservationsNo of times the word “swell” is used 13No of alcohol units consumed by the protagonist Dunno Too tight to count HicHemingway might have perfectly captured the Lost Generation’s times but he also succeeded in inducing a profound ennui in me especially during the long stretches in which the characters none who is terribly interesting to begin with do nothing except drink “I’m a little tight you know Amazing isn’t it Did you see my nose” and flirt with each other These passages are tediously repetitive and the effect is like being trapped in a Left Bank café with a bunch of casual acuaintances who insist on regaling you with boring anecdotes from their boozy Spain road trip After a while your eyes start to glaze and your attention wanders you begin to take in the Belle Epogue interior the cute waiter the way the afternoon sun casts interesting patterns on the white tablecloth anything that is interesting than the dull main narrative I just didn’t care for any of them and that Brett woman is a biatch Why is everyone so desperately in love with her They told me that her former husband slept with a gun under his pillow but who is she really And I wish that everyone would stop whining and being glib for a while so that they can tell me about that wonderful Basue country But no they always return to these tedious unaffecting love trianglesYou guys are the Lost Generation indeed


Ovel introduces The Sun PDF or two of Hemingway's most unforgettable characters Jake Barnes and Lady Brett Ashley The story follows the flamboyant Brett and the hapless Jake as they journey from the wild nightlife of s Paris to the brutal bullfighting rings of. If I were Hemingway's English teacher or anyone's any kind of teacher I'd say This reads like a screenplay than a novel Where are your descriptions where is the emotionAnd he would say something like The lack of complex descriptions helps focus on the complexities and emptiness of the characters' lives and the emotion is there it's only just beneath the surface struggling to be freeAnd I'd say OK I'll move ya from a C to CBasically The Sun Also Rises shows that Hemingway liked bullfights a lot than most of the people reading his books and that he was vain but also hated himself While the characters are wittily funny from time to time the whole thing doesn't hold a candle to I don't know Seinfeld Without being told Ah yes this is about the true character of America you'd think it was just a drab romance novel with subtleties than mostSpeaking of how was this about America It was about America's elite Most Americans in 1926 weren't hanging out in France and Spain moaning about their lives They were hanging out in America trying to make it You know without dying Pretentious with poor descriptions and transparent characters I can give a character a subtle injury too and have it pain him does that make me amazing The Sun Also Rises is one of the most overrated books I've ever read I'd rather read a 1926 newspaper

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The Sun Also RisesSpain with a motley group of expatriates It is an age of moral bankruptcy spiritual dissolution unrealized love and vanishing illusions First published in The Sun Also Rises helped to establish Hemingway as one of the greatest writers of the twentieth century. I've read this book every year since 1991 and it is never the same book Like so many things in this world The Sun Also Rises improves with age and attentionSome readings I find myself in love with Lady Brett Ashley Then I am firmly in Jake Barnes' camp feeling his pain and wondering how he stays sane with all that happens around him Another time I can't help but feel that Robert Cohn is getting a shitty deal and find his behavior not only understandable but restrained Or I am with Mike and Bill and Romero on the periphery where the hurricane made by Brett and Jake and Robert destroys spirits or fun or nothing which is decidedly somethingAnd then I am against them all as though they were my sworn enemies or my family No matter what I feel while reading The Sun Also Rises it is Hemingway's richest novel for me I feel it was written for me And sometimes feel it was written by me I surely wish it wasHemingway's language his characterizations his love for all the people he writes about no matter how unsavory they may be his love of women and men his empathy with the pain people feel in life and love his touch with locale his integration of sport as metaphor and setting his getting everything just right with nothing out of place and nothing superfluous all of this makes The Sun Also Rises his most important novelIt is the Hemingway short story writ large It is the book he should be remembered for but isn't I often wonder why that is and the conclusion I come to is this The Sun Also Rises is too real too true too painful for the average reader to stomach And many who can are predisposed to hate HemingwayA terrible shame that so many miss something so achingly beautiful