Universal Artistic Articulation in the novel ‘’For whom does the bell ring’’ of Ernest Hemingway

Gentiana Muhaxhiri

Abstract


The novel ‘’ For whom does the bell ring’’ (Për kë bie kambana) synthesizes the highest values of human society. The author embodied in his characters, creates a parallel but harmonized existence between fiction and reality trying to bring evilness out of any dimension of life.

It can be said that Hemingway lacks to the sheets of Albanian critic, not that his life and work were not treated to different articles, but, in proportion to the value and volume of his work, he remains very little treated. As a result, this study attempts to reveal on the surface the values of the abovementioned novel for a particular part of the society.

The focus of this paper will be the style and tone of this novel where the human destiny is intensely involved, where a man does not become a deserter of his destiny but creator of his destiny, trying to eradicate isolation and underestimate of the society as universal principles of humanity .

 

Key words: Novel, universality of the message, literary history, the iceberg principle, confession.


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