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Teaching Hemingway

How to design, implement and evaluate a comprehensive unit based on the life, short stories and novels of Ernest Hemingway

Anda Perolli

on 14 May 2010

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Transcript of Teaching Hemingway

Double click anywhere & add an idea Why Hemingway? His Life The Work Lost Generation Curriculum Design "I have my life" he wrote
"which I enjoy and which is a damned good life". hunting bullfighting cats drinking driving force of a great artist "you are all a lost generation..."
Gertrude Stein He replaced the florid prose of the 19th century Victorian era with a lean, clear prose based on action rather than reflection. The themes he wrote about were war, blood sports like bullfighting or boxing, crime, etc.
.....1921.................................1928......................1940.....................1945................1946.......... he married Hadley Richardson
had a son, John he divorced Hadley and married Pauline Pfeiffer
had two sons, Patrick and gregory he divorced Pauline and married Martha Gelhorn he divorced Martha he married Mary Welsh THAT'S WHY!!! "Ours was a generation grown up to find all gods dead, all wars fought, all faiths in man shaken," THE WORK THEMES fishing Goals and Objectives:
to analyze character and read for subtext
to learn about life of Hemingway and its historical context
to analyze and mimic Hemingway's writing style
to understand the theme of disillusionment as it relates to the Lost Generation
to understand critical perspectives on Hemingway's writing and themes
to enhance understanding of interdisciplinary connections through social, religious and historical studies
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