Doubt and ambiguity in Ernest Hemingway's novels and short stories create complex characters.

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  • Hemingway incorporates subtle themes in his stories that associate with the realistic portrayal of the human condition through ambiguous endings.

    Hemingway's notorious concept of ambiguity in his texts constructs an accurate portrayal of relationships and contributes to the development of the characters' complexity. I am unable to articulate how he does this through his narrative style but it appears that doubt and ambiguity provides an insight to the human condition.

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