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When reading an Ernest Hemingway novel one must try very hard to focus on the joy and encouragement found in the work For Whom the Bell Tolls is full of love and beauty but is so greatly overshadowed by this lingering feeling of doom--a feeling that does not let you enjoy reading for you are always waiting for the let down a chance for human nature to go horribly awry This feeling is broken up into three specific areas In Ernest Hemingways novel For Whom the Bell Tolls humanity is exploited through brutal violence unnecessary courage and hopeless futility Hemingway has the uncanny gift of imagery and he possesses a brilliant mastery of the English language He is adept at manipulating words and weaving complex sentences furthermore Meticulous description takes its placeFor Hemingwaydescription is definition Tanner 228 All of this genius can show the ultimate beauty and grace of existence but the flipside to that is the same devices used to show all of the wonder and greatness in life can also be used to show to many hardships and painful truths we must endure such as violence and gory injustices Then some one hit the drunkard a great blow alongside the head with a flail and he fell back and lying on the ground he looked up at the man who had hit him and then shut his eyes and crossed his hands on his chest and lay there beside Don Anastasio as though he were asleep The man did not hit him again and he lay there and he was still there when they picked up Don Anastasio and put him with the others in the cart that hauled them all over to the cliff where they were thrown over that evening with the others after there had been a cleaning up in the Ayuntamiento Hemingway 126 The mob-violence that is portrayed in that passage is one inspired by ignorance weak wills and
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