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To me since I am majoring in psychology I would like to understand and analysis peoples thinking and feelings It is a difficult knowledge to know what people and why they think since they are from different ages races and countries Because Ernest Hemingway A Clean Well-Lighted Place is dealt with the concept with a young and an old waiter I like it when they have the conversation about the deaf man in the caf Two main characters a waiter with a wife and an older waiter have a discussion about the concept of loneliness And a young waiter who believes himself both immortal and never alone portrays the optimistic role of youthful human nature on the other hand an older waiter is at the opposite pole with a belief in an inevitable mortality that leads him to have a terrible feeling of loneliness and despair Thus because it is associated with psychology I derive pleasure from this story It shows the different point of view of an hour between youth and old the loneliness of being old and nothingness of mans inevitable fate First of all I can see the different point of view of an hour between the young waiter and the old waiter In the story the young waiter who impatiently waits for the deaf man to leave busily sets out to close the caf The older waiter trifles upset at the younger one for expelling the man so early And asks him what the difference another hour would make and believes that an hour is the same regardless of age In youth an hour is an eternity a time in which to do a thousand different things namely all equating to the living of life In old age an hour is also an eternity which is either used to curse the youth for seemingly squandering their time or to curse the gods for prolonging the agony of life
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