Hemingway''s Vision of Life and Death Struggles
In Hemingway''''s fiction, death becomes a significant issue which contrastively pairs off with life. His works attest to the fact that life receives its real meaning when pitted against death. Therefore, the most recurrent motif in all of Hemingway''''s works has been the subject of death and violence, only to intensify human life and consciousness. In Hemingway''''s works, for life to continue to have meaning, the death experience must be repeated again and again. The tension must be maintained or the protagonist ceases to be an individual, and becomes part of the mass. One may conclude that the consciousness of death shatters the banality of everyday existence, and liberates man from the petty mentality of the ordinary life. Moreover, by interiorizing and humanizing death, man can apparently deprive it of its character as restriction upon his freedom.
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