My essay must follow this prompt: Character Henri and Catherine analysis and evolution through the novel. Do we know him? Does he evolve? Do they are round (like real people)? or they are stereotypes?Do they have greatness? Do the change as result of the conflict? The essay must to have and introduction and the thesis must to be stated at the last sentence of the introduction. The essay must to follow the Toulimin model.
I data (evidence from the book) , warrant, counter arguments, rebuttals
Primary source is the 1929 novel A Farewell
written by Ernest Hemingway. At least 4 secondary sources must be cited. An annotated works cited list with the authors scholarship, if he is a
peers reviewed author, his bias, if i would recommend him, and the relevance to the theme must be included.
In the thesis we should the traits that henri suffered growth. For example, Henri becomes more responsible. At the beginning he was irresponsible by whoring, drinking alot
but he become responsible, committed, conscious....
I want to point the role of the war, the love for catherine and the influence(limited) of the priest or count greffi in the change of Henri.
Catherine also abandoned the hospital and her duty, she was warm and beautiful at the beginning bu cold like a
statue in the end. So we could point that catherine changed in some way.
I have a
list of recondary sources that I found interesting to the writings:
Benson - The Writers Art of Self Defense
Philip Young - Ernest Hemingway: a
reconsideration. Pen State University. 1966
Bernarn Oldsay. Hemingway hidden Craft: The writing of a farewell
Meyers, Jeffrey. Hemingway a
Bibligraphy. Harper and Row. 1985
I begun the draft that you coud read...
Development of the Characters Frederique Henry and Catherine Barkley in A Farewell
Ernest Hemingway?s novel, A Farewell
, portrays an extraordinary story of love between Frederique Henri ? an American ambulance driver ? and Catherine Barkley, an English nurse, during the World War I in the Italian front. Jackson Benson asserts that A farewell
story of developing consciousness and has more of a
?modern morality drama? than of ?a
love story? or ?war story?. Frederique Henri went to a
war that did not have anything with him (Ernest Hemingway 37). He was enlisted as an ambulance driver in the Italian army when the United States didn?t yet enter the war. Henri met young and beautiful Catherine Barkley who also had volunteered to the Italian front. Love and war circumstances as well as other factors presented these two lovers a
great opportunity for growth and acquisition of self-awareness or better understanding of the world. At the end of the story Catherine Barkley tragically dies during labor and Henri, beaten by circumstances walks resigned in the rain. Ultimately, there is no redemption for fighting the war or fighting for love. Although Catherine Barkley Catherine Barkley remains almost constant during the course of the novel, my contention is that contention is that the character Frederique Henri develops through the narrative. In the beginning Henri starts as irresponsible, immature, self-centered, unconcerned about the consequences of his actions, but at the end of the story he is responsible, mature, altruist, and fully aware of his self and the war environment. The altruistic Catherine begins the novel as a
very responsible, altruist, and extraordinarily kind and beautiful young nurse; she ends the novel in some way irresponsible and physically changed as result of the pregnancy.
At the beginning of the novel the Character Frederic Henri shows great irresponsibility and selfishness. He engages in promiscuous affairs with unknown girls in every city he travels. Henri had ?adventures? with occasional girls in many places, including ?Milano, Firenze, Roma, Napoli?? (Hemingway 13). These affairs probable involved unprotected sexual contact in a
time that antibiotics weren?t discovered yet. Sexually transmitted diseases such as syphilis and gonorrhea were very common (14), thus Henri was careless by posing his health in danger. Moreover, Frederic Henri shows irresponsibility by entering a
war that doesn?t have anything with him (37). A
war is a
very serious matter that usually has devastating consequences in the existence of an individual.
I would like to recieve and outline. The citation mus to be this format (Hemingway 19) for example. Or Hemingway points ...... (19).
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