Classic Writings of Ernest Hemingway (Vol I)
In this collection of Ernest Hemingway's short stories, readers will delight in the author's 4 classics novels: A Man of the World, Cat in the Rain, I Guess Everything Reminds You of Something, Indian Camp, and enjoy Hemingway's writing style—the iceberg theory. The style has become known as the iceberg theory, because, as Baker describes it, in Hemingway's writing the hard facts float above water while the supporting structure, including the symbolism, operates out of sight.
This book collects 4 short novels of Ernest Miller Hemingway's short novels: A Man of the World, Cat in the Rain, I Guess Everything Reminds You of Something, Indian Camp. The following themes can be read in the four stories: society, war, marriage, the relationship of father and son and death.
The blind man knew the sounds of all the different machines in the Saloon. I don't know how long it took him to learn the sounds of the machines but it must have taken him quite a time because he only worked one saloon at a time. He worked two towns though and he would start out of The Flats along after it was good and dark on his way up to Jessup. He'd stop by the side of the road when he heard a car coming and their lights would pick him up and either they would stop and give him a ride or they wouldn't and would go on by on the icy road. It would depend on how they were loaded and whether there were women in the car because the blind man smelled plenty strong and especially in winter. But someone would always stop for him because he was a blind man.
A Man of the World
Cat in the Rain
I Guess Everything Reminds You of Something