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The Sun Also Rises de Ernest Hemingway
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The Sun Also Rises (1926 original; edició 1995)

de Ernest Hemingway

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A story of expatriate Americans and British living in Paris after the First World War.
Membre:devandecicco
Títol:The Sun Also Rises
Autors:Ernest Hemingway
Informació:Scribner (1995), Paperback, 256 pages
Col·leccions:La teva biblioteca
Valoració:****
Etiquetes:No n'hi ha cap

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El Sol també s'aixeca de Ernest Hemingway (1926)

  1. 62
    El gran Gatsby de F. Scott Fitzgerald (sturlington)
    sturlington: Great novels of the Jazz Age.
  2. 31
    Mentre em moria de William Faulkner (2below)
    2below: Both involve complicated characters (some might say messed up), crazy mishaps, and fascinating unstable and unreliable narratives. Also excellent examples of Modernist fiction.
  3. 10
    The Dangerous Summer de Ernest Hemingway (GYKM)
  4. 10
    The Garden of Eden de Ernest Hemingway (John_Vaughan)
  5. 21
    The Professor's House de Willa Cather (2below)
    2below: These are both poignant stories about the disruption and disorder that results from not being where we want to be in life and living in denial of that sad truth.
  6. 11
    Death in the Afternoon de Ernest Hemingway (GYKM)
  7. 00
    Dangerous Friends de Peter Viertel (SnootyBaronet)
    SnootyBaronet: Hemingway's friend Viertel describes the making of the disastrous film of Sun Also Rises.
  8. 01
    A Moveable Feast de Ernest Hemingway (John_Vaughan)
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There is much to like in this book. For instance, the deceptively simple writing style. There are fewer short, simple sentences than one would expect from a disciple of William Allen White of the 110 edicts. Avoid adjectives was another White dogma. It struck me how often Hemingway uses adjectives, but they are empty ones such as "nice."
There's a repetition of words and a subtle rhythm to the sentences that fascinates me. Chapter 12 is a nice set-piece on a day spent fishing that would go well alongside Hemingway's Upper Michigan stories. My grammar editor wants me to choose another adjective for that sentence, but if "nice" is good enough for Hem, well. . . .
It probably says something that I discuss style before plot and character. I enjoyed this book, but it leaves me ambivalent.
There's hardly another writer whose biography is as well-known as Hemingway's, and this, his first novel, is transparent. Didn't his companions on the trip see him scribbling incessantly in his Moleskines? What did they suppose he was recording? We can't help but see Hemingway in our minds when we read of Jake Barnes. It's hard to resist falling into the biographical fallacy.
Barnes comes off better than anyone in the circle of friends with whom he descends on Pamplona. When he and Bill arrive in Spain, Bill repeatedly complains of the cold, but Jake is stoical. There's a lot of drinking in the book, but apparently, Jake is the only one who can hold his liquor. Mike and Bill are loud, obnoxious drunks, Brett's hand shakes until she gets the glass to her lips for a first sip. Jake remains stoic, even when the room around him is reeling. The effect is to make the book seem mean-spirited. A settling of scores perhaps none of his real-life friends knew were open. Does a writer have to be so ruthless? Did Hemingway need a new circle of friends after every book?
It's also telling that two of the circle of friends are writers. There's a competition going on here that's about more than drinking and fishing and the question of who is the only true aficionado of bull-fighting. The two writers have successfully published, while Jake is still a newspaper reporter, measuring himself against them. The gratuitous put-downs of Mencken are another indication of what Harold Bloom would call the anxiety of influence.
There's a common thread: It seems his friendships were pugilistic, his approach to writing agonistic. Bull-fighting is more than the backdrop; it's a way of life. It appears as if the only person Jake admires in the book is the young bull-fighter, Pedro Romero. If he were a writer, Jake would hate him. But since his excellence is in an activity that Jake doesn't perform in, he can accept him.
And just how much anti-semitism can we simply write off as reporting the attitudes that would have existed in a circle such as that at the time? To me, it goes beyond that, and it leaves a bad taste in the mouth.
And yet. . . . After it seems as if Hemingway will spend the entire book with his characters moving from Paris to Pamplona, and from dining table to bar stool, all of a sudden he lands a punch that you realize he's been building toward since the first page. You just have to admire it. And the denouement, leading to one of the best final lines in literature, is perfect. ( )
  HenrySt123 | Sep 17, 2021 |
I understand that this is a classic and to some may be a big deal, but to me this book had no point whatsoever and I found it to be a complete waist of time reading it. ( )
  Completely_Melanie | Sep 10, 2021 |
Fiction
  hpryor | Aug 8, 2021 |
I am a real fan. The story is slow in places and took a while to build for me, but once I understood the characters and their relationships to each other, I thought this was a wonderful portrayal of the post WW1 era, and how that generation coming out of the decimation and devastation of that war, dealt with the new freedoms that were available to them. In essence the story is a tragedy as Jack and Brett really were so in love with each other, and so comfortable in each other's company, but for them a full relationship did not seem possible. ( )
  Carole46 | Jul 5, 2021 |
1920's "The Lost Generation" without roots after the war
in Paris and Spain aimless and hedonistic
  nancynic | Jun 16, 2021 |
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No amount of analysis can convey the quality of "The Sun Also Rises." It is a truly gripping story, told in a lean, hard, athletic narrative prose that puts more literary English to shame. Mr. Hemingway knows how not only to make words be specific but how to arrange a collection of words which shall betray a great deal more than is to be found in the individual parts. It is magnificent writing, filled with that organic action which gives a compelling picture of character. This novel is unquestionably one of the events of an unusually rich year in literature.
 

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