How Does Hemingway Employ Atmosphere With The Help Of Setting In Cat In The Rain? (Czech)) Uwcrcn'20 Essay

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World Literature, Written Assigment : Czech Literature, Self-Taught, SL Johana Čálková, 2018
Jak Ernest Hemingway využívá okolní fyzické prostředí pro nastavení atmosféry v povídce Kočka v dešti?
Ernest Hemingway byl americký prozaik a publicista. Narodil se v roce 1899 a s narozen 1899. Stal se jedním z nejznámějších spisovatelů 20. století. Spáchal sebevraždu v roce 1961 po letech boje s alkoholismem a depresemi. Za první světové války byl těžce raněn, následně jezdil po italském bojišti se sanitním vozem a dál se přímo neúčastnil bojů. Byl součástí takzvanéPatří k takzvané Ztracené generacie mladých amerických autorů, kteří byli poznamenánizasaženi válkou a svou dobu prožívali jako kriziprocházeli krizí. Prózy kvůli tomu byly zaměřené na centralizované kolem témata jako skepse, zklamání a rozklad společenských hodnot. Hlavní hrdinové těchto próz se byli většinou ztráceliaceni v duševních dilematech o společnosti a jejích hodnotách. Nejistota se stává součástí příběhu.
Hemigway čtenářům často odhaluje pouze menší částjednu osminu děje přímo v příběhu e svých povídkách a zbytek je podtext, který se tématu týká, ale často těchto témat a čtenář je nucen si k němuim sám proniknout. Tentoato způsobtechnika vyprávění se nazývá technika ledovce. HemingwayovyJeho povídky také využívají techniky životního výseku, která spočívá v tom, že, kde autor vypráví o konkrétních okamžicích a vs kombinaci sí technikou ledovce pak začne jsou s okamžiky spojovat nejrůznějšíy soustředěny kolem pocityů. Aby přiblížil svéK docílení hlavního téma skepse, zklamání atd., zaměřuje se Hemingway soustředí na jednánízobrazení hlavních hrdinů v krizi. Když líčí průběh jednáníAby docílil atmosféry, zůstává hodně věcí nedopozeneno, takže a přitom zachoval techniku a zanechal jeho povídky jsou často velmi stručné a strohé. , používá Hemingway ale při tom používá mnoho literárních a jazykových prostředků, aby čtenář byl schopen interpretovat cílenou atmosféru jednání a díky tomu pochopil náladu povídky. Jeden ze způsobů, jak toho dosahuje, je nastavení prostředí. V této eseji budu popisovat specifické příklady toho, jak Ernest Hemingway nastavuje atmosféru s pomocí okolního fyzického prostředí v povídce Kočka v dešti.
Na první pohled je Kočka v dešti realistická a velmidocela povrchní povídka, která se zabývá se soustředí na dramatemizaci problému v lidských vztazíchhů. Nicméně jJeden z hlavníchnejdůležitějších aspektů atmosféry těchto vztahů je fyzické prostředí, ve kterém se příběh odehrává. Okolní prostředí povídky je popisováno v prvním odstavci, kde Hemingway popisujeužívá pochmurnost situace a využívá deštivé počasí v jinak tropické Itálii k navozenínastavení smutné až neuspokojující atmosféry v povídce. S pomocí juxtapozice dvou nesourodýchrozdílných podmínek (déšť na dovolené v Itálii) vnímáme nepříznivývidíme kontrast mezi deštěm a typickým počasím pro destinaci, což vyvolává zklamání a neuspokojení. Hemingway užívá obraznosti a vysvětlení nálady a emoce v jednání...

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