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Discuss the cultural, religious, and ethnic distinctions that pervade the conversations between Jake, Cohn, and Bill. How might these impact their relationships with one another? The cultural, religious and ethinic differences between Jake, Cohn, and Bill do effect how they Interact with eachother.
Discuss how men and women see, value, and use one another in the text. How does this impact your understanding of these characters and the cultures from which they come? The characters use one another for casual pleasure and nothing lasting.
In the novel, there is an abundance of casual sex and frivoluse flirtin, like a giant game they are all playing with eachother. Brett, who is the permiscuase love maker in the book, is constantly seducing her friends, and the results are somewhat devastating to their group.
Men and women use, value, and see one another in The Sun Also Rises in many different ways. Jake and Brett have a weird relationship due to her slutty ways, and his loss of manhood. Clearly the values of these men in this Novel are brutal and unclear. In the novel The Sun Also Rises men and women use echother as objects to get what they want.
The men an women in The Sun Also Rises see eachother completely differently.
There is onle one woman developed in the story and she is valued by men as a prized jewel, yet the way she treats men displays their value at slim to none. This implies that men from this Modernist artist culture idolize women, and the women use men to keep their self-esteem above the water line.
Discuss the differences in how our characters view the material world and the emotional world. How do they blur these distinctions? How do they keep them separate? The characters are quite laid back and jobs do not appose me as stressors. It seems fishing is more important. To the chacters in The Sun Also Rises, their material world and emotional world are constantly united.
Compare Jake and Cohn. How does the fact that Jake went to war and Cohn did not make them different from each other? What qualities do they share with the rest of their acquaintances? Is it safe to call them both outsiders?
Jake and Cohn both have led different lives, but somehow met and are friend now. Jake was a war veteran who lost more out of the war than he gained. Robert Cohn was a boxer, but did not like boxing. Along with the people they interact with they both get along with them differently.
Jake and Cohn disagree on many things but go about pursuing the same overall goal. However, their methods vary immensely, as their pasts influence how they act. Jake and Cohn are very different characters, they both act differently and share a different view on how thing are and how things shoud be and happen.
Jake and Cohn are two very separate people in the novel who join up and become friends.
Their lives are very different, the only thing in which they have in common is that they like to play tennis. Jake and Cohn I belive are very much outsiders.
Both of them seem to not fit in with the rest of the group. And givein the fact that Jake has gone to war and Cohn has not makes the two of them very different.A collection of the letters of F.
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