Fiesta: The Sun Also Rises - Ernest Hemingway Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099285037 / Author: Ernest Hemingway / Genre: Classic Literature
Newest Review: ... On the way they drink a lot, argue and the characters fall in love. It's set in between both world wars and the young people ... more
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Based on real-life events in Hemingway's life, The Sun Also Rises is about American ex-pats that travel from Paris to Spain to watch the bull-fighting. On the way they drink a lot, argue and the characters fall in love. It's set in between both world wars and the young people are confused about what to do with the rest of their lives. They escape the turmoil in America. The main character Jake is a charming ex-soldier who falls in love with Lady Brett but during the course of the book you find out the many harrowing reasons why they can't be together. It's excellently written with truly brilliant and diverse characters. The presentation of Brett as a flapper, a strong ... Read the complete review
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