Premium Content Contrasting American and European Responses to WWI in In Another Country
By Graeme Mullen - November 12, 2003
In the short story "In Another Country" Ernest Hemingway explores the differences between American and Italian soldiers' conceptualizations of the physical and emotional tolls of World War I. In particular, the story shows that the long-term consequences of war are more significant and far-reaching for Italian soldiers, because they are fighting…
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