An Analysis of Imagery and Human Nature in For Whom the Bell Tolls by Ernest Hemingway
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"Your analysis of For Whom the Bell Tolls is superb, and you do a great job of explaining why the book is such a compelling work from Hemingway. However, there are issues with your MLA formatting. Block quotes should be indented. They do not feature quotation marks, and no period is should appear after the parenthetical citation. Meanwhile, within main body text, when a statement ends with a parenthetical citation, the period should be placed after the citation itself instead of before the closing quotation mark. Regarding writing conventions, there are instances where the possessive form of a word should be used (e.g., “girl’s family” or “reader’s mind”). Review is needed to ensure you spell names correctly: “Pilar” not “Pillar.” The titles of books and movies should be italicized, and you should avoid beginning back-to-back sentences with the word “although” to keep your writing from being repetitive."
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