However in March she wrote that she had become engaged to an Italian officer. If the story were told from another point of view it would change completely. He went out through the bead curtain. One of the waiters is older and understands the elderly man's loneliness and how important the café is to the old man's mental health. The hills of Spain, to the girl, are like white elephants in their bareness and round, protruding shape. The term horde is used the most among zombie hunters, and Cryptozoologists.
This point of view is where the author assumes complete knowledge of the characters' actions and thoughts. Hills like White Elephants, written by Ernest Hemingway is a short story narrated from the objective point of view and is one of the brightest examples of this kind of narration. At the end Jig comes down to the bar and the man asks if she is fine and she says she has always been fine and that nothing was ever wrong. Although they believe both to exist, compatibilists are determinists, because they believe that actions are determined by internal desires and outside forces. Significantly, their conversation begins with a discussion of what to drink, suggesting how central alcohol has become to their avoidance of real communication.
The girl, however, has moved away from the rational world of the man and into her own world of intuition, in which she seemingly knows that the things that she desires will never be fulfilled. They seat themselves at a bar in the shadow of the train station and begin to discuss what they should drink. Ernest Hemingway wisely selects the name Jig to represent something of greater value. He tells her he loves her, for example, and that everything between them will go back to the way it used to be. Also, the only successful flying mammal is the bat, and he can only feed on insects, fruit and nectar.
In addition elephants are a symbol of fertility in India, which relates to her pregnancy. Ernest Hemingway frequently uses various literary elements in his writing to entice the reader and enhance each piece that he writes. The girl dispassionately agrees with him. Clearly, these themes are still applicable in modern societies concerning this issue of abortion. The anti-feminist perspective emphasizes the notion that the man dominates the woman in the story, and she ultimately succumbs to his will by getting the abortion.
In the story, Hemingway refers to the Ebro River and to the bare, sterile-looking mountains on one side of the train station and to the fertile plains on the other side of the train station. Yet, when the story is dissected it becomes apparent that they are discussing the possibility of an abortion. The tension between the two is almost as sizzling as the heat of the Spanish sun. The insinuation can therefore be that Jig is manipulated by the male protagonist and no value is given to her. The couple is waiting for the next train to Madrid. The woman does nothing in the way of progr … essing the story.
Everything in the tale is related to the idea of fertility and barrenness. The cooperation of the patients needs to be solicited many a. With this point of view in the story the reader can be put into the mind of one of the character again helping to better understand their feelings and thoughts. Because an objective view point hinders the understanding of character, one may surmise that the point of the story lies within the action of the text and not the characters playing out that action. The girl seems torn between the two landscapes, not only commenting on the beauty of the hills but also physically walking to the end of the platform and gazing out at the brown emptiness around the station. The author, Ernest Hemingway, has created many intriguing stories with his recognizable syntax. With or without the abortion, things will never be the same.
This short story basically consists of a dialogue between a man and a woman. The narrative explores the difficult topic of abortion which college students should read about. Their tasks includes the early prevention and intervention of secondary problems of disturbed individuals ranging from infants to older people, as well as promote mental health in individuals, families, groups and organizations. The character of the man, by his actions and words makes rather negative impression for his selfishness and his unwillingness to pay for the careless actions. Instead the reader must conclude the meaning of the story from a conversation between a couple, a girl and her American boyfriend.
The girl compares the nearby hills to white elephants. With this point of view the author can move at will from one place to another and from one character to another and can even speak their views directly to the reader as the story goes along. The man answers that things will be fine afterward, just like they were before, and that it will fix their problems. In addition, convey the significance of the subject, otherwise there is no point to the essay. The story focuses on a conversation between an American man and a girl at a Spanish train station while waiting for a train to Madrid. He uses this technique to emphasize the importance of ideas.
The couple are both distressed about how they should make a decision of whether to keep their baby, or terminate the pregnancy. Even the title can be analyzed a lot deeper to see the symbolism that is used in it. Other devices used by Hemingway throughout this story include imagery, simile, excellent syntax, and a very tense and emotional tone. One case study on severe privation is the study on Genie reported by Curtis 1977. We would be aware of names of the character and maybe their features. While there, they patiently waited for the next train at a bar inside of the station. In this case the unwanted thing is the unborn baby the couple is.