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Bookreport Konstantin Heiller The Sun Also Rises There is no flabbergusting plot in this book as it doesnt contain twists intrigues or goals for any of the characters and the dialogue is the only thing that moves the reader through the book Hemingway uses so much dialogue that it seems difficult at times to follow who is saying what The narratordoesnt often enough credit quotations with he said or said Brett or Bill replied His omitting of these credits is heightening to the story It makes things come even more alive As a conversation that youre hearing at a nearby table in a restaurant the exchanges flowes with the reader as a more passive reader than in a story written to be read instead of lived and this story is a short glimpse into Jakes life his work his friends their trip and his love to Brett AshleyJake obviously has received a wound from WWI that causes him to be sexually intimidated which distinguishes him strongly from anyone else He seems to be an observer who is watching the lives of his friends unfold and happen around him - completely without his participation Jake is living a life like many other expatriate Americans in Paris He is living at the cost of money sent from home practising his favourite occupations such as writing fishing and boozing It actually is quite unbelievable how much that man drinks on a single day Someday he happens to meet an old friend of his Robert Cohn who had known for years and with who he had lost contact Together they figure out going away for some time Jake because he wants to go to Pamplona for the traditional fiesta and Robert because he needed to get away from his fianceeSeveral months after this plan has been worked out they go on their trip
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