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Hemingways and Hardys view on fate and destiny Hemingway and Hardy are authors from a different generation Nevertheless they both have a similar point of view on the question of fate Fate exists but a man should try as much as he can to be in control of his life Ironically they both experience the loss of control of their lives Hemingway is the one that in the end controlled his death He was a man of prowess and did not want to love without it writing prowess physical prowess sexual prowess drinking and eating prowess But if he could only be made to adjust to a life where these prowess were not so all important A E Hotchner 1961 However he would not adjust Throughout his final days at Ketchum Idaho and Rochester Minnesota Ernest Hemingway fulfilled the thoughts which his personages had implied all the way through his works During the action and the way of thinking that he demonstrates all through his era he composed his concluding plot a plot which answered the fundamental query of whether a man is capable of controlling his whole existence or whether fate ultimately will take control Hemingways well-known conception with reference to how the populace should live was repeatedly expressed in his texts although in all cases these thoughts were not actually finished His deep-rooted policy of Grace Under Pressure along with the requisite of accepting decease were in no way ample for the reason that they did not designate any route of action by which someone possibly would extend control over existence into the control of death One of the initial images of this deficiency in his ideas arises in the short story Indian Camp In this story Nick Adams accompanies his father on a journey to an Indian Village where Dr Adams intends to aid an Indian woman with a complicated childbirth The woman who was in labor for two days
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