The Sun Also Rises

Hemingway is noted for his succinct writing style and structure. How do you think this style benefits the story?

Does it make the story better, worse, easier to read?

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Hemingway was always economic with his writing. He was part of the "less is more" school of writing. Because of his journalism background, Hemingway

avoided flowery over the top narrations. His words were crisp and precise. He used simple sentences and narratives to get to the heart of the matter. This gave his writing a simple realism that was poetic and breathtaking.