Hemingway wanted to show this extravagant display of culture that most Americans probably weren't familiar with and I think he did achieve his purpose. I personally feel more knowledgeable of the culture of bullfighting and feel more eager to visit Pamplona, Spain. Monday, September 1, Pamplona in July by Ernest Hemingway Ernest Hemingway is a familiar name to many Americans because of his many novels, stories and collections that are American classics.He didn't use overtly extravagant language so it was easy to read as well. During the Bull Run, bulls run through the city enclosed in pens early in the morning. He started from the natural spectacle "a white-walled, sun-baked Throughout this essay, Ernest Hemingway had the aid of rhetorical devices to fully present his story and display the culture and experiences he had on this trip. Men try to run in front of the bulls without getting hurt and in the end, the matadors fight the bulls. His strong diction and short phrases help him inform the reader and give an honest recount of what occurs. He does this because his audience was most likely Americans who had never heard of the Pamplona Bull Run. He chooses exciting words, word that evoke movement and drama like "pounding and throbbing," or, "swirling and whishing," or, "snapping and whirling. The author felt regreted when he let his wife to see bull fighters. He,too, felt that the matadors were very brave when they faced with the bulls. With short, descriptive phrases, he pulls the reader into the loud arena with him.
The author felt regreted when he let his wife to see bull fighters. Throughout the piece, Hemingway vividly narrates his experiences and describes the traditions, people and culture of the town, and the riveting bullfights he attended.
During the Bull Run, bulls run through the city enclosed in pens early in the morning. To those who enjoy unique adventures and who may be interested in attending the festival, he tells his story, using strong diction, straightforward phrases and asyndeton, giving a descriptive glimpse of his experience.
This trip was the first of many to the festival, which served as inspiration for his first novel, The Sun Also Rises.
Throughout his piece, Hemingway writes to inform of the fascination that he had with the city in hopes that he can recreate the magic that he experienced for the reader. To provide a better understanding of the context, he emphatically uses asyndeton. I felt like I was sitting alongside the Hemingways in the roaring arena, and after reading, I knew much more about bullfighting and the festival.
Did it all.