To Have and Have Not

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One of the best of the American writers of his era and even today Ernest Hemingway is the real deal. The way he writer and the way he presents characters stands tall in the whole American literature. Strong figures are presented and though the circumstances are against them they show their readiness to face troubles manfully. We witness this in The Old Man and the Sea and For Whom the Bell Tolls where even fear of death does not make the heroes lose their focus for a while.

The strength that they get is from within which means that the courage is always there we just have to find it hidden deep inside us. This book is once again like other of the writer’s works is with a strong plot and surely heart touching as well. Financial issues, family life and the issues that continue in the world, everything is there written in an apt manner.

Throughout his life Hemingway tried to justify the fact that no one really wants to be a man operating against the odds. It is the events in our life and situations in which we get trapped force us to go against our will and also the rules of the society and the government. Even after joining such things we are never satisfied with life till the very end.

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Harry Morgan is the man on a mission in this novel who wants to save his family from starving whether he had to kill other families for it. Still with a no peace of mind he involves himself in a love affair as well but the frustration grows. Will Patton was the right man for the narration of this excellent book from American literature as it needed someone who really knew a lot about Hemingway’s writings.



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