Reflection of Hemingway and Fitzgerald's Health Problems in Their Literary Heritages

Shahla Sorkhabi Darzikola, Fahimeh Keshmiri
2016 Theory and Practice in Language Studies  
This paper will demonstrate how Ernest Hemingway and F. Scot Fitzgerald's experience with their own health problems, influence on their life and writing. Both of them consumed alcohol a lot and they took several physical problems from drinking. While they were fighting with different illnesses and problems, they managed their creative writings forward to illness and death. From the First World War; Hemingway had physical and emotional injuries that according to them wrote his A Farewell to
more » ... A Farewell to Arms. As F.Scot Fitzgerald's wife, Zelda had mental problem, that time physical penance and healthcare were main themes in his writing.
doi:10.17507/tpls.0602.13 fatcat:ufuvbmlpiremxhujz3fwisb54a