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During all his books Ernest Hemingway showed protagonist that always were warriors in spite that the majority of them were soldiers their fight was not in the war field but their own life The intention of these characters was to show according Ernest Hemingway what life meant to him As I mentioned before despite of the fact that Hemnigways protagonists were in a war his actual field of battle was themselves and with the help of the war their inner existence conflicts became stronger For example Nick AdamsThe Battle who went to First World War after he got hurt from a battle he declared in peace with the enemy Despite of the fact that the War had not finish yet the fight to get over of this traumatic experience had just begun The facts that caussed him to take the decission of declaring in peace with his enemy were a traumatic childhood that it is his symbolic wound and the physical damage during the war In Big Two Hearted River Nick Adams returned from the war and fought against his war memories in order not to become insane Well we see here that the battle for his existence continued after the War and with the recollection of his childhood the battle became stronger than ever After ha head fought against these traumatic recollections in the story A way youll never be he got insane According to Phillip Joyce Ph D in Northamerican literature to Hemingway the lost battle is the existence but his protagonists had to face their lost battle with dignity and honor For instance we have the case of Robert Jordan protagonist of For Whom the Bell Tolls who was a member of Republican Army in the Spanish Civil War and his final mission was to destroy a bridge In this case we can see that despite of the fact that Robert Jordan had a feeling
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