AbstractThe aim of this research paper is to demonstrate that Hemingway's work, ‘For Whom the Bell Tolls’ to show commitment to representing the war literature in which he realistically depicts the war scenes and the crippling impact of violence upon the individuals. This research is qualitative research carried out within the framework of theory, fiction, and history. We have deeply and analytically studied the text and marked the relevant portions. After many close readings and intensive study of the text, the relevant textual evidence was located, marked, andextracted. In 'For Whom the Bell Tolls, Hemingway enthusiastically depicts the heroic actions of Robert Jordan, the American protagonist, fighting for the Spanish cause and the other loyalists who were engaged in resisting fascist aggression against the democratic setup.
1-Nasir Iqbal Lecturer in English, Government Guru Nanak Postgraduate College, Nankana Sahib, Punjab, Pakistan.2-Umar Hayat Lecturer in English, Government Guru Nanak Postgraduate College, Nankana Sahib, Punjab, Pakistan.3-Muhammad Asif Nadeem Lecturer in English, Superior College Nankana Sahib, Punjab, Pakistan.
KeywordsEthos, War Literature, Ernest Hemingway, Novel, For Whom The Bell Tolls
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