Hills Like White Elephants | Ernest Hemingway | Literary Roadhouse Ep 111
Discussion Notes: Hills Like White Elephants
Find this week’s story here: Hills Like White Elephants by Ernest Hemingway
Next week’s story: Insomnia by Hannah Rahimi
The Literary Roadhouse hosts discuss the podcast’s third Hemingway short story, “Hills Like White Elephants.” The story prompted yet another Literary Roadhouse debate about Hemingway, with Gerald as his most vocal champion. The conversation weaves through symbolism, prose, characters, and the history of abortion, of all things. Rammy found the dialogue “refreshing.” As for Maya, this was the first story she enjoyed by Hemingway, whereas Anais still wished he had given her more to chew on. Stay to listen to Gerald ace a Hemingway quiz and be accused of grading on a curve.
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