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    It was never what he had done, but always what he could do. 6 Air Fresh air Clarity for the mind A pause Another view Many things Many things can be found in a white landscape The snow hides many secrets The beginning and the end of everything, there, on the top of Kilimanjaro Harry knows it now A little too late Wait, it is never too late, you say Nonsense Sometimes it is too damn late.A couple, Harry and Helen They are in Africa He is dying of gangrene she is by his side, taki It was never what he had done, but always what he could do. 6 Air Fresh air Clarity for the mind A pause Another view Many things Many things can be found in a white landscape The snow hides many secrets The beginning and the end of everything, there, on the top of Kilimanjaro Harry knows it now A little too late Wait, it is never too late, you say Nonsense Sometimes it is too damn late.A couple, Harry and Helen They are in Africa He is dying of gangrene she is by his side, taking care of him This is my first Hemingway and I really enjoyed it His writing at least in this short story has the ability of conveying the inner process of one conflicted soul He described feelings and memories with such beauty and acuity that I felt completely captivated ...


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    I picked up this collection of ten Ernest Hemingway short stories when I was looking for Literature with a capital L to suggest to my real life book club for its monthly read whoever is hosting book club that month is responsible for nominating 5 or 6 books, and then everyone in attendance votes Poor Hemingway was a no vote getter North and South won in a landslide But since a I d already brought this book home from the library, b I like short stories, and c I felt like I needed to I picked up this collection of ten Ernest Hemingway short stories when I was looking for Literature with a capital L to suggest to my real life book club for its monthly read whoever is hosting book club that month is responsible for nominating 5 or 6 books, and then everyone in attendance votes Poor Hemingway was a no vote getter North and South won in a landslide But since a I d already brought this book home from the library, b I like short stories, and c I felt like I needed to addHemingway to my life than the one or two short stories I d read in the past, I decided to read this book anyway.These stories were written in the 1920s and 1930s Ernest was a good looking guy when he was young Maybe his good looks and intelligence and talent made itdifficult for him to be happy and satisfied in life I don t know In an...


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    Reading Hemingway, for me, feels like panning for gold At the beginning I am really enthusiastic People have told me about the gold, I believe in the gold, and I want to find it After the first couple stony pages, my excitement starts to waver Where is this aforesaid treasure My attention wanders off My interest is fading I m almost inclined to call it off There s nothing there for me But I keep panning, because of this disbelief that I may not be able to discover what so many have befo Reading Hemingway, for me, feels like panning for gold At the beginning I am really enthusiastic People have told me about the gold, I believe in the gold, and I want to find it After the first couple stony pages, my excitement starts to waver Where is this aforesaid treasure My attention wanders off My interest is fading I m almost inclined to call it off There s nothing there for me But I keep panning, because of this disbelief that I may not be able to discover what so many have before me And then suddenly I see a glimmer at the pebbly bottom of the river The tiniest crumb of gold, I ve found it It s really there Then it s back to stones and pebbles Stones and pebbles Stones and pebbles What s that Something shiny You don t think gold again Indeed Several crumbs A nugget My first assessment was too hasty There s gold in Hemingway You just gotta be patient How wonderful that my endeavours have paid off I m converted, the gold rush is justified But why are the nuggets getting s...


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    Why, I loved you That s not fair I love you now I ll always love you Don t you love me No, said the man I don t think so I never have Harry, what are you saying You re out of your head No I haven t any head to go out of Don t drink that, she said Darling, please don t drink that We have to doeverything we can You do it, he said I m tired WHAT A FUCKING ASSHOLE This is one of those i m dying so i can be an ass, and people would just let me be, So i m gonna shit on e Why, I loved you ...


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    I d forgotten what a good short story writer Ernest Hemingway could be This collection came out in 1961, the same year as the author s death But most of the stories were published in magazines in the 1920s and 30s, when he was at the height of his powers, and all were available in earlier volumes.There s an impressive range of work here, from the ambitious title story about a man dying of gangrene while on safari and slipping into and out of co...


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    This collection of ten stories by Ernest Hemingway is dripping with testosterone The stories involve hunting, the horrors of war, the wounded, boxing, and fathers The majority of the stories were quite good, but I ll only write about my two favorites.The title story is about a man laying in the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro with a terrible infection in his leg The vultures are flying, the hyena is crying, and the gangrene has an awful odor The man is thinking back on his life, knowing that he This collection of ten stories by Ernest Hemingway is dripping with testosterone The stories involve hunting, the horrors of war, the wounded, boxing, and fathers The majority of the stories were quite good, but I ll only write about my two favorites.The title story is about a man laying in the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro with a terrible infection in his leg The vultures are flying, the hyena is crying, and the gangrene has an awful odor The man is thinking back on his life, knowing that he h...


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    When I read Hemingway I try to focus on the writing and the story and forget that he was an a But that fact seeps into his writing, into his characters His characters, at least for me, are not very likeable, and that s the case in this short story Harry, in the wilds of Africa, is dying of gangrene from a leg injury, and he and his wife are waiting for a plane to arrive and get him to medical help While he is laying, waiting, he muses about his life, mostly about his life s failings It s When I read Hemingway I try to focus on the writing and the story and forget that he was an a But that fact seeps into his writing, into his characters His characters, at least for me, are not very likeable, and that s the case in this ...


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    Perhaps this is heresy but I just don t find Hemingway s work to be all that interesting It just seems like macho tough guy bullshit and maybe just maybe there is something humanized and vulnerable deep down in there but I m not so sure.Were...


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The Snows of Kilimanjaro and Other Stories The Ideal Introduction To The Genius Of Ernest Hemingway, The Snows Of Kilimanjaro And Other Stories Contains Ten Of Hemingway S Most Acclaimed And Popular Works Of Short Fiction Selected From Winner Take Nothing, Men Without Women, And The Fifth Column And The First Forty Nine Stories, This Collection Includes The Killers, The First Of Hemingway S Mature Stories To Be Accepted By An American Periodical The Autobiographical Fathers And Sons, Which Alludes, For The First Time In Hemingway S Career, To His Father S Suicide The Short Happy Life Of Francis Macomber, A Brilliant Fusion Of Personal Observation, Hearsay And Invention, Wrote Hemingway S Biographer, Carlos Baker And The Title Story Itself, Of Which Hemingway Said I Put All The True Stuff In, With Enough Material, He Boasted, To Fill Four Novels Beautiful In Their Simplicity, Startling In Their Originality, And Unsurpassed In Their Craftsmanship, The Stories In This Volume Highlight One Of America S Master Storytellers At The Top Of His Form.