The Women Of Hemingway's Short Stories
The stories of Ernest
Hemingway, particularly The Short Happy Life Of Francis Macomber and The
Snows Of Kilimanjaro, are centered on women, drink, money and ambition.
This 5 page paper asserts that Hemingway portrays the wife either as a
'bitch' in character and, or, considered to be a bitch by the husband.
The woman is also seen as competent and challenging of the male's
virility-based ego. Lastly, the women in these stories are seen either
by the reader or by the fictional husband as controlling and
manipulative. Bibliography lists 10 sources.