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The Sun Also Rises ePUB ï The Sun  MOBI :á The quintessential novel of the Lost Generation, The Sun Also Rises is one of Ernest Hemingway s masterpieces and a classic example of his spare but powerful writing style A poignant look at the disillusionment and angst of the post World War I generation, the novel introduces two of Hemingway s most unforgettable characters Jake Barnes and Lady Brett Ashley The story follows the flamboyant Brett and the hapless Jake as they journey from the wild nightlife of s Paris to the brutal bullfighting rings of Spain with a motley group of expatriates It is an age of moral bankruptcy, spiritual dissolution, unrealized love, and vanishing illusions First published in , The Sun Also Rises helped to establish Hemingway as one of the greatest writers of the twentieth century

10 thoughts on “The Sun Also Rises

  1. Grace Tjan Grace Tjan says:

    What I learned from this book in no particular order 1 Jews are stubborn.2 Being a Jew in Princeton sucks.3 Being impotent sucks, especially if you are in love with a beautiful woman.4 A beautiful woman is built with curves like the hull of a racing boat Women make swell friends.5 If you suffer from dome

  2. Stephanie *Extremely Stable Genius* Stephanie *Extremely Stable Genius* says:

    I was sitting on the patio of a bar in Key West Florida It was August, it was hot The bar was on the beach where there was lots of sand and water In the water I saw dolphins and waves The dolphins jumped and the waves waved.My glass was empty The waiter walked up to my table More absinthe miss He asked No, I

  3. Matt Matt says:

    Oh, to have been Ernest Hemingway Except for the whole shotgun thing He was a man, back when that meant something Whatever that means He had it all a haunted past functional alcoholism a way with words a way with women and one hell of a beard I mean, this was the guy who could measure F Scott Fitzgerald s penis wi

  4. Tra-Kay Tra-Kay says:

    If I were Hemingway s English teacher or anyone s any kind of teacher I d say, This readslike a screenplay than a novel Where are your descriptions, where is the emotion And he would say something like, The lack of complex descriptions helps focus on the complexities and emptiness of the characters lives, and the emoti

  5. Amanda Amanda says:

    This may be my favorite book of all time At any rate, it s definitely on the top ten list and by far my favorite Hemingway and I do love some Hemingway The first time I read this, I loved Lady Brett Ashley Is she a bitch Sure, but I don t think she ever intentionally sets out to hurt anyone And it might be argued that she h

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  7. J.L. Sutton J.L. Sutton says:

    My feelings haven t changed since my last re read of The Sun Also Rises my earlier review is below I m still amazed at how fully the characters come alive on the page I don t think The Sun Also Rises is for everyone however, nearly from beginning to end, I m engaged in the story Just finished a re read of The Sun Also Rises my favori

  8. Brad Brad says:

    I ve read this book every year since 1991, and it is never the same book Like so many things in this world, The Sun Also Rises improves with age and attention.Some readings I find myself in love with Lady Brett Ashley Then I am firmly in Jake Barnes camp, feeling his pain and wondering how he stays sane with all that happens around him An

  9. karen karen says:

    fulfilling book riot s 2018 read harder challenge task 24 An assigned book you hated or never finished the three star rating is from my first go round from my memory of reading it in high school, and seems higher than the truth let s see how karen enjoys this tale of a busted peen, weary expatriates and bullfighting as an adult obviously this

  10. WILLIAM2 WILLIAM2 says:

    Funny, Brett said How one doesn t mind the blood 4th reading IMHO, this is one of the essential books of life It never fails It possesses for the right reader an enormity of narrative pleasure and it grips from the very first line Some notes.The passage at the Paris nightclub with the gay boys doesn t bother me as it used to Our narrator, Jake, kno

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