Сбогом на оръжията



A Farewell To Arms Is The Unforgettable Story Of An American Ambulance Driver On The Italian Front And His Passion For A Beautiful English Nurse Set Against The Looming Horrors Of The Battlefield Weary, Demoralized Men Marching In The Rain During The German Attack On Caporetto The Profound Struggle Between Loyalty And Desertion This Gripping, Semiautobiographical Work Captures The Harsh Realities Of War And The Pain Of Lovers Caught In Its Inexorable Sweep Ernest Hemingway Famously Said That He Rewrote The Ending To A Farewell To Arms Thirty Nine Times To Get The Words Right.Сбогом на оръжията

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  • Hardcover
  • 280 pages
  • Сбогом на оръжията
  • Ernest Hemingway
  • Bulgarian
  • 25 December 2018

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  1. says:

    I feel like awarding the great Hemingway only two stars has officially consigned me to the seventh circle of literary hell But I must be honest By this website s criteria two stars indicates that a book is okay and to me that describes this work perfectly.Hemingway himself is undeniably gifted I love his succinct style though at times it degenerates to downright caveman speak , his honest diction and his wonderful sense of humor That being said, he gets away with utterly ignoring most r I feel like awarding the great Hemingway only two stars has officially consigned me to the seventh circle of literary hell But I must be honest By this website s criteria two stars indicates that a book is okay and to me that describes this work perfectly.Hemingway himself is undeniably gifted I love his succinct style though at times it degenerates to downright caveman speak , his honest diction and his wonderful sense of humor That being said, he gets away with utterly ignoring most rules of writing which I admire at times, but let s face it, some of those rules are there for a REASON This book is overflowing with extreme run on sentences, constant use of qualifiers I think very might actually be his VERY favorite word , adjectives even NOUNS used four or five times in the same paragraph, and long stretches of dialogue involvingthan two speakers wit...

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    The old joke proves itself upon reading.Q Why did the chicken cross the road A Hemingway To die In the rain.

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    Reprinted from the Chicago Center for Literature and Photography cclapcenter.com I am the original author of this essay, as well as the owner of CCLaP it is not being reprinted here illegally The CCLaP 100 In which I read a hundred so called classics for the first time, then write reports on whether or not they deserve the labelBook 17 A Farewell to Arms, by Ernest Hemingway 1929 The story in a nutshell Published in the late 1920s, right when Modernism was first starting to become a Reprinted from the Chicago Center for Literature and Photography cclapcenter.com I am the original author of this essay, as well as the owner of CCLaP it is not being reprinted here illegally The CCLaP 100 In which I read a hundred so called classics for the first time, then write reports on whether or not they deserve the labelBook 17 A Farewell to Arms, by Ernest Hemingway 1929 The story in a nutshell Published in the late 1920s, right when Modernism was first starting to become a commercially successful form of the arts, A Farewell to Arms is Ernest Hemingway s wry and cynical look at World War I, the event that most defined not only his generation but also the beginning of the Modernist movement Semi autobiographical in nature, the book tells the story of Frederic ...

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    663 A Farewell to Arms, Ernest HemingwayA Farewell to Arms is a novel by Ernest Hemingway set during the Italian campaign of World War I The book, published in 1929, is a first person account of American Frederic Henry, serving as a lieutenant tenente in the ambulance corps of the Italian Army The title is taken from a poem by 16th century English dramatist George Peele A Farewell to Arms is about a love affair between the expatriate American Fre...

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    I just finished it, and I m disappointed And not only disappointed I m also bothered by it I guess I shouldn t be surprised at Hemingway s one dimensional, sexist portrayal of Catherine Barker, having read much of his other work, but somehow I still am Put simply, Catherine is a ridiculous figure, and it s no fault of her own Hemingway gives her no opportunity to sound like anythingthan a ha...

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    I m not a Hemingway guy I yearn for internal dialogue, various and ladened spiritual questioning, and deep psychology in my characters I prefer writing that is smooth and philosophical Hemingway gives me little of this....

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    War is Boring Hemingway s narrator writes not as a soldier but as a journalist soldier, channeling Hemingway himself, recording with precision and apparent objectivity the things that happen around him and to him practical and prosaic and always pragmatic about everything People die and bombs explode in the same paragraph as the one where breakfast was considered with equal interest, and he takes it all in his stride.As best as I can tell, the action of A Farewell to Arms takes place from 19 War is Boring Hemingway s narrator writes not as a soldier but as a journalist soldier, channeling Hemingway himself, recording with precision and apparent objectivity the things that happen around him and to him practical and prosaic and always pragmatic about everything People die and bombs explode in the same paragraph as the one where breakfast was considered with equal interest, and he takes it all in his stride.As best as I can tell, the action of A Farewell to Arms takes place from 1916 and before the end of the war Place references and political references come and go without troubling the narrator too much he is not to b...

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    Damn That ending Even whilst still dusting off the cover it s been lying around for ages I already knew it s finale It s simply been impossible to ignore Even cropping up in three or four films I have seen over the years Knowing it is one thing, but actually reading it is quite another So, the big question is did this in anyway tarnish the novel for me In a word, No As once I truly got stuck into Hemingway s compulsive narrative all was forgotten His...

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    In the fall of that year we rented a house in the mountains that looked down across the river to the village below The water of the river was turquoise and the village had a pretty campanile and beyond it rosemountains and beyond them stillThe man who owned our cottage lived next door and made his own dry cured sausage and we would go round and eat it by the fire and talk about how fine the sausage tasted On the hills all around there were deer, and in the evenings we would sit on In the fall of that year we rented a house in the mountains that looked down across the river to the village below The water of the river was turquoise and the village had a pretty campanile and beyond it rosemountains and beyond them stillThe man who owned our cottage lived next door and made his own dry cured sausage and we would go round and eat it by the fire and talk about how fine the sausage tasted On the hills all around there were deer, and in the evenings we would sit on the balcony of our cottage and wrap ourselves in blankets for the cold, and if we looked one way we would see the deer and if we looked the other way we would see the village down at the bottom of the valley.The village was called Kobarid but it also had names in other languages The Germans called it Karfreit and the Italians called it Caporetto and I said to Hannah that it was never a good sign when so many other languages had names for one little village Sure enough we found a museum in the village dedicated to a b...

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    Well, that was disappointing.For several months I ve been focused on readingclassic literature, mostly as a way to dig deep and enrich my life during these trying political times Until now, it has been an incredibly rewarding experience This Hemingway novel was my first dud I wanted to like this book I ve been readingon World War I this past year and thought A Farewell to Arms would fit both my WWI interest and my goal of appreciating classics But ol Hem as I learned to call h Well, that was disappointing.For several months I ve been focused on readingclassic literature, mostly as a way to dig deep and enrich my life during these trying political times Until now, it has been an incredibly rewarding experience This Hemingway novel was my first dud I wanted to like this book I ve been readingon World War I this past year and thought A Farewell to Arms would fit both my WWI interest and my goal of appreciating classics But ol Hem as I learned to call him in A Moveable Feast, a book of his I did like didn t make it easy for me when he wrote the character of Catherine Barkley Catherine plays the love interest in this novel, and she is so insipid, silly and annoying that I started dreading this book.The story follows Frederic Henry, an American serving a...

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