Sun Also Rises, The

Sun Also Rises, The

moral collapse of expatriots. [Am. Lit.: The Sun Also Rises]

Sun Also Rises, The

story of American expatriates living a futile existence in Europe. [Am. Lit.: The Sun Also Rises]
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In The Sun Also Rises, the bull that killed Vicente Girones is killed by Pedro Romero in the bullring, thus demonstrating how the bullring is a space where tragedy is transcended by art.
Introduced to the world in 1926 by Ernest Hemingway in his literary classic, The Sun Also Rises, the encierro (the running of the bulls) is a half-mile run that takes place every morning in Pamplona, Spain, during the second half of a two-week event named La Fiesta De San Fermin.
Similarly, in The Sun Also Rises, the bullfight's ritualistic tragedy contrasts with the experience of chaos, fragmentation, and victimization during and after the war.
In The Sun Also Rises, the spatial as well as the temporal pastoral becomes not a peaceful retreat but a place in which to relive war experience.
Throughout The Sun Also Rises, the conditions of rooms consistently correspond to the emotional states of their occupants.
In The Sun Also Rises, the counterforce is more internal than external.
This novel was not The Sun Also Rises, the first draft of which was written between July and September 1925 and published in October 1926.
In The Sun Also Rises, the catastrophe is constant, as is the feeling of guilt and the search for purification.
In The Sun Also Rises, the mechanisms of relocation and recovery appear somewhat peculiarly; Jake Barnes depends upon earning and spending practices to establish an American, male, expatriate identity in Paris.
Like The Sun Also Rises, The Ambassadors is narrated in the first person--"The principle I have just mentioned as operating .