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Review: The Sun Also Rises

User Review  - Adam Spunberg - Goodreads

I read a good chunk of The Sun Also Rises as a kid at summer camp, but I was way too young to really grasp what the book was about. Now, as an adult, I was able to better understand what Ernest ... Read full review

Review: The Sun Also Rises

User Review  - Andrew - Goodreads

My first foray into Hemingway. Pretty good read for a book in which very little actually happens. As far as post WWI, Jazz Age novels go I'd rank it a notch below "Gatsby." That's nothing to be ashamed of. Read full review

Review: The Sun Also Rises

User Review  - Laura Marie - Goodreads

Artfully and beautifully written piece of art. Read full review

Review: The Sun Also Rises

User Review  - Brandon Bohl - Goodreads

In true Hemingway fashion, the characters are painted in bright fashion, without too much verbiage. The bull fighting scene is memorable, and the behavior of the characters reminds us that our ... Read full review

Review: The Sun Also Rises

User Review  - Jt Wright - Goodreads

Another great Hemingway book. Another great example showcasing his style of using simple language to illustrate a vivid story full of nuance and feeling. Read full review

Review: The Sun Also Rises

User Review  - Laurie - Goodreads

Not quite what I was expecting of my first Hemingway, very readable and easy to relate to. Ha, reminded me of Hunter S. Thompson...good times! Excellent Quote: "I'm thirty-four, you know. I'm not going to be one of these bitches that ruins children." Read full review

Review: The Sun Also Rises

User Review  - Abby Cole - Goodreads

Book Type (fiction, nonfiction, poetry, drama, anthology, etc.) Dramatic/Realistic Fiction •Book's apparent purposed (Entertainment information, etc.) The intended purpose of the book was a reach out ... Read full review

Review: The Sun Also Rises

User Review  - Maria Andersen - Goodreads

Not my favorite Hemingway... but he is always a good read. Read full review

Review: The Sun Also Rises

User Review  - Goodreads

It is a bitter rotten story but damn well narrated. I cannot deny my love for Ernest Hemingway! What a life, what a brave daring life you have Lady Ashley... Mike, the honest one! Bill, neutral figure ... Read full review

Review: The Sun Also Rises

User Review  - Marissa Annis - Goodreads

Well and vigorously written, but by far not my favorite Hemingway novel. The symbolism of Paris and Spain and the Irati River was beautifully done; however, I did not particularly enjoy reading it. This most likely has to do with being forced to read it at the wrong time. Read full review


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