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The sun also rises explores the impotence of the post-war american, a figure whose lost capacity for generation hemingway likens to that of the pioneer filled with longing for a frontier he has outlasted in this novel, hemingway rewrites the pioneer as a sexually wounded veteran whose desire to transcend loss finds its material correspondent. The title of ernest hemingway's first book is the sun also rises, which comes from a verse in the bible the title is an apt depiction both of the despair of the lost generation of which hemingway.
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