Year:2022   Volume: 12   Issue: 1   Area: Yabancı Diller

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Abduil Jaleel Fadhil JAMEEL

The Symbolism in Hemingway’s Social Relationships and Perversion Stories

Ernest Miller Hemingway (1899-1961) is widely regarded as a founding father of the contemporary American short story. He invented and popularized new approaches that had a profound influence on the art of short story writing. The purpose of this study is to discuss and analyze Hemingway's use of symbols in his short stories in order to convey certain messages to his readers; that is, to demonstrate the complexity of human reality, to provide a comprehensive view of the troubled human psyche, and to emphasize the importance of the environment and its influence on human beings. Hemingway uses symbols to convey a message about the trials of existence and how humans battle to live. The research examines the growth of symbolism in American literature, its leading personalities, and the nature of their symbolic tactics. It also offers light on the growth of the American short story, the field's leading writers, and their use of symbolism. It examines Hemingway's use of symbolism in chosen short tales. The research will concentrate on the societal and perversion issues addressed in these tales. It contains stories about marriage, such as The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber. It examines Hemingway's stories about homosexuality and lesbianism, such as A Simple Inquiry and The Sea Change.

Keywords: Symbolism, Hemingway’s Social Relationships, Perversion Stories


The Symbolism in Hemingway’s Social Relationships and Perversion Stories

Ernest Miller Hemingway (1899-1961) is widely regarded as a founding father of the contemporary American short story. He invented and popularized new approaches that had a profound influence on the art of short story writing. The purpose of this study is to discuss and analyze Hemingway's use of symbols in his short stories in order to convey certain messages to his readers; that is, to demonstrate the complexity of human reality, to provide a comprehensive view of the troubled human psyche, and to emphasize the importance of the environment and its influence on human beings. Hemingway uses symbols to convey a message about the trials of existence and how humans battle to live. The research examines the growth of symbolism in American literature, its leading personalities, and the nature of their symbolic tactics. It also offers light on the growth of the American short story, the field's leading writers, and their use of symbolism. It examines Hemingway's use of symbolism in chosen short tales. The research will concentrate on the societal and perversion issues addressed in these tales. It contains stories about marriage, such as The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber. It examines Hemingway's stories about homosexuality and lesbianism, such as A Simple Inquiry and The Sea Change.

Anahtar Kelimeler: Symbolism, Hemingway’s Social Relationships, Perversion Stories


For Cited

Jameel, A. J. F. (2022). The Symbolism in Hemingway’s Social Relationships and Perversion Stories. Journal of Current Researches on Social Sciences, 12 (1), 105-120.


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