"The Snows Of Kilimanjaro" by Ernest Hemingway_
The story "The Snows of Kilimanjaro" written by a world-known American writer Ernest Hemingway is taken from the selection "American Stories".
The plot of the story centers around a dying writer who has dissipated his talent and has built his life on lie. So, man-against-himself conflict comes into existence. On the one hand, he hopes he'll create a fascinating work, on the other - he is conscious of the fact he has ruined his life by his lies and aspiration for comfort.
As far as I'm concerned, the author highlights one of the social problems - the problem of choice. Independent authors often endure privations, and that's why some of them sacrifice their talent for material welfare (creature comforts). Harry is one of such writers.
At the beginning of the story the author represents the epigraph, which helps the reader penetrate the content of the text. Kilimanjaro is said to be the highest mountain in Africa, and so its summit is some aim which should be achieved. And leopard is an animal which aspire to the height. Here Harry is associated with the leopard. He has all chances to reach the summit of his talent but doesn't manage to do that as "he has sold vitality" ...
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