Hemingway’s style reflects when the young waiter states the old man is “drunk” (Hemingway 141).
The young waiter does not suggest he was tipsy or that he seemed intoxicated, he simply meant he was drunk. and hit” (Faulkner 145) which stands for the words can, his, and it.
In Ernest Hemingway’s story, the details he wants to describe are done to get the theme across. “Last week he tried to commit suicide,” (Hemingway 141) and “He has plenty of money. Interior Monologue also makes up the element of language. com/article/292995/faulkner_vs_hemingway_a_comparison.
The details of the cafe and the bar are given so one can compare and understand the character’s loneliness and his need for light and cleanness. (Hemingway 141) are given to descried the old man and set a setting. Interior monologue is a tool through which a writer can exhibit the thoughts of the characters to the readers.
The 20th century was a time of great struggles; it was a time of great battles; it was a time of great authors.
One of the most influential and profound authors of that time period is a war veteran named Ernest Hemingway.
Hemingway uses simple, less complex words to describe both characters and setting.
Examples of it are found in the title, “A Clean, Well-Lighted Place” (Hemingway 141).
the scarlet devils and the silver curve of fish” (Faulkner 145).
His description is longer and harder to understand unlike Hemingway which is easier and understandable to read. ” Literature: An Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, and Drama.