رجال بلا نساء Ernest Hemingway

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Published: 1967

Mass Market Paperback

104 pages


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رجال بلا نساء  by  Ernest Hemingway

رجال بلا نساء by Ernest Hemingway
1967 | Mass Market Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 104 pages | ISBN: | 8.67 Mb

There is this story from Hemingway called Hills like white elephants and my English teacher gave it to me when I was 16. It is still one of the best pieces of literature I have ever read. I give it to my students as well, not to all of them, but to adults and those who can intellectually digest it. Every time I do it, I learn something new although I know this story by heart but Hemingway confuses readers with setting and symbolism and when you have something very confusing in front of you, you are prone to go deep with analysis. I forbid my students to use Google because I want them to be sick of thinking, which they always end up being.

Literally they come to me and sigh in anguish: they dont understand it, they mostly hate Jig and her partner, they are fed up with the title and they cant tell me why atmosphere is so tense and under the boiling pressure, although all that these two do is wait for their train to get them to Madrid, drink and talk about nature, open spaces and heat.And then after 70 minutes of discussion I ask them certain trigger questions and I always see that never ending effect of eyes widening and constant eyelashes fluttering when they finally understand and then they always say: oh my God, really?!I love this story, sometimes I top-toe around it because you never know how people will react and I don’t want to push them overboard but I like it when I see groups of people in front of me, just contemplating and actually arguing about literature, forgetting that I’m in the classroom, eating candies or just writing down another theory in my Ernest Hemingway folder.There are three other stories that make people equally nervious but I always get best thinking effects after we finish our sessions.

Raymond Carvers short story So much water so close to home, Tim Burtons The melancholy death of Oyster boy and Hans Christian Andersens The Little Mermaid which isnt at all a nice fairy tail. Social casualties that follow these analysis are always strickening.



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