A master description of the lost generation. The Nobel Prize on Literature, Hemingway, was the first one to describe in writing the so called ""lost generation""; that group that went out on the First World War without a fixed course, with confused and decisive ideals trying to make something significant out of life. Hemingway's almost journalistic and emaciated method shows the idealistic young man Frederick Henry, who after fulfilling as volunteer in the army, falls in love and run away, to encounter tragedies even superior to those of the battlefield. It is a novel full of meanings and with an essence that regardless its realism has romanticism commendable of the big creators of the 19th century.
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