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Quintessential Hemingway in its European train setting, with feeble, talkative women You don t read Ernest and assume his glorification of the opposite sex, which might bejarring than it is if it weren t adjacent to an almost equally negative depiction of men, at least in this story This story, like many Hemingway s do, worked toward a finality achieved in its last line, that upended the clearly mistaken idea championed in the beginning Not his best, but had all the ticks of classic Ern Quintessential Hemingway in its European train setting, with feeble, talkative women You don t read Ernest and assume his glorification of the opposite sex, which might bejarring than it is if it weren t adjacent to an almost equally negative depiction of men, at least in this story This story, like many Hemingway s do, worked toward a finality achieved in its last line, that upended the clearly mistaken idea championed in the beginning Not his best, but had all the ticks of classic Ernest #Pdf ⚫ A Canary for One ô First published in , A Canary for One occurs in the early s on a train headed toward Paris Its three characters, an older wealthy woman and a couple in their late twenties, are all Americans only at the end do we realize that the young husband is the actual narrator of the story Compared to some other of Hemingway s stories, this is quite skilful and he does pull something off But don t believe the hype This is from his second collection of short stories, Men Without Women, and the man and his distinct writing style were at the time 1927 still novel and unusual and making waves.Sadly, it s artfulness has paled over time, and although it would get a second look compared to some work, it would today be seen as an also ran.The notable thing about Hemingway is that Compared to some other of Hemingway s stories, this is quite skilful and he does pull something off But don t believe the hype This is from his second collection of short stories, Men Without Women, and the man and his distinct writing style were at the time 1927 still novel and unusual and making waves.Sadly, it s artfulness has paled over time, and although it would get a second look compared to some work, it would today be seen as an also ran.The notable thing about Hemingway is that he hit the ground running with his first collection of stories and his first novel, but even that novel was a tad lame for those expecting fireworks, although its for then extremely raunchy subject matter boozing extra marital shagging my and writing style made it sell with the young ones After that it really was a slow a very slow, but definite decline.A Farewell To Arms sold well, but was to be frank pretty ordinary, the 1930s work was negligible, then came For Whom The Bell tolls in 1941, judged by many either to be bad with good bits, or good but with some extraordinary bad bits the line Did the earth move for thee asked by a man of his lover after sex is from the novel , and after that, zilch.Even Hemingway enthusiasts were lukewarm about his final huge success, The Old Man And The Sea, and many accused him of parodying himself I don t think he did, he just wasn t very good He didn t die for another seven years.The work published posthumously and heavily edited to make it readable is bollocks Therer you have it, a legend Bizarre How to read this book Can anyone tell me I m so glad you re Americans American men make the best husbands, the American lady was saying That was why we left the Continent, you know My daughter fell in love with a man in Vevey Ernest Hemingway A Canary for OneI ve spent much of today reading Hemingway after finding a volume of his stories that had fallen under my bed Nationalism, control, identity, discontent and separation A Canary for One has them all An American woman having bought a canary in Palermo is bringing it bI m so glad you re Americans American men make the best husbands, the American lady was saying That was why we left the Continent, you know My daughter fell in love with a man in Vevey Ernest Hemingway A Canary for OneI ve spent much of today reading Hemingway after finding a volume of his stories that had fallen under my bed Nationalism, control, identity, discontent and separation A Canary for One has them all An American woman having bought a canary in Palermo is bringing it back for her daughter who has lost interest in life because she cannot marry the man she loves This American woman talks to a younger couple in the compartment with her on the train, who are also Americans, yest all is not as it seems Hemmingway short story that symbolizes control issues An American lady who wants to control her daughter s life or a least control who she falls in love with The canary who is in a cage and is under the control of the American lady is trapped and so is her daughter The lady believes the canary will mend her broken heart so she is bringing it to her in hopes of controlling who she falls in love with Good luck nothing like having a mother control you love life That s probably the only thing I Hemmingway short story that symbolizes control issues An American lady who wants to control her daughter s life or a least control who she falls in love with The canary who is in a cage and is under the control of the American lady is trapped and so is her daughter The lady believes the canary will mend her broken heart so she is bringing it to her in hopes of controlling who she falls in love with Good luck nothing like having a mother control you love life That s probably the only thing I found amusing about this story I wonder if Hemmingway was giggling when he wrote this story