A person can easily recognize Ernest Hemingway’s writing style by his simple sentence structure, clear dialogue, and the hopelessness of his characters. “Soldier’s Home”, “Hills Like White Elephants”, and “A Clean well-Lighted Place” are perfect examples of three short stories that easily define his unique style.
Short, choppy sentences would cause a person first to believe that Hemingway may have written it. A reader would find it very easy to read at first,
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instance he answers the majority of her questions in simple fragments. There seems to be a deeper feeling coming from the words that Krebs is saying. The conversation shown in “Hills Like White Elephants” makes the reader try and figure out what exactly the man and the girl are talking about. It seems like it is almost a mystery and after someone reads it they have to use cluse from the conversation to solve it.