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  1. Tom Tom says:

    Ok, before I commit the sacrilege of dismissing this classic, permit me to establish my Hemingway bona fides I have read and loved just about everything else he wrote, and have taught Sun Also Rises, Farewell to Arms, and many short stories, and had a blast doing it I ve read Carlos Baker s classic bio, and numerous critical articles on H I ve made the pilgrimage to Key West and taken pictures of his study and the hordes of 6 toed cats I dig Papa, ok But I can not stand this book I should Ok, before I commit the sacrilege of dismissing this classic, permit me to establish my Hemingway bona fides I have read and loved just about everything else he wrote, and have taught Sun Also Rises, Farewell to Arms, and many short stories, and had a blast doing it I ve read Carlos Baker s classic bio, and numerous critical articles on H I ve made the pilgrimage to Key West and taken pictures of his study and the hordes of 6 toed cats I dig Papa, ok But I can not stand this book I should say up front that I ve never been able to tolerate it long enough to finish it twice First time was nearly 30 years ago, and as a fairly recently discharged Army troop,I took up this book with much anticipation and excitement I couldn t get past about half way through I found the prose so incredibly flat and dull as to be soporifi...


  2. Barry Pierce Barry Pierce says:

    Robert Jordan sits on the pine needle floor of the pine forest, the scent of pine drifting through the pine trees which surround him Gazing through the pines he sees a mountain which reminds him of a breast It is domed, like a breast, but without a nipple, unlike a breast The breastness of the mountain is superb If only it was covered in pine needles and pine trees and had the scent of pine wafting around it Then Robert would truly be happy For Whom the Bell Tolls is allegedly a novel by Robert Jordan sits on the pine needle floor of the pine forest, the scent of pine drifting through the pine trees which surround him Gazing through the pines he sees a mountain which reminds him of a breast It is domed, like a breast, but without a nipple, unlike a breast The breastness of the mountain is superb If only it was covered in pine needles and pine trees and had the scent of pine wafting around it Then Robert would truly be happy For Whom the Bell Tolls is allegedly a novel by Ernest Hemingway Set during the Spanish Civil War, it is a story about an American dynamiter who is attempting to blow up a bridge in order to counteract Franco s forces Our main character, Robert Jordan, who is essentially a bad haircut personified, might win the title of most boring protagonist to ever appear in print Robert spends most of his time sitting on the forest floor and thinking about br...


  3. stew stew says:

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  4. Jeffrey Keeten Jeffrey Keeten says:

    No man is an Iland, intire of it selfe every man is a peece of the Continent, a part of the maine if a Clod bee washed away by the Sea, Europe is the lesse, as well as if a Promontorie were, as well as if a Mannor of thy friends or of thine owne were any mans death diminishes me, because I am involved in Mankinde And therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls It tolls for thee John Donne Robert Capa s iconic 1936 photo of a falling soldier.Between 1936 1939 a war happe No man is an Iland, intire of it selfe every man is a peece of the Continent, ...


  5. Adrianne Mathiowetz Adrianne Mathiowetz says:

    At some point in high school, I decided that I hated Ernest Hemingway Was it the short story we read in English class Was it the furniture collection named after him at Gabbert s Something made me decide that Hemingway was a prick, and after that I dismissed him entirely.This book was beautiful I don t even like books about war Case in point I scanned half of War and Peace I think which half is obvious But this book took five hundred pages to blow up a single bridge There were tanks t At some point in high school, I decided that I hated Ernest Hemingway Was it the short story we read in English class Was it the furniture collection named after him at Gabbert s Something made me decide that Hemingway was a prick, and after that I dismissed him entirely.This book was beautiful I don t even like books about war Case in point I scanned half of War and Peace I think which half is obvious But this book took five hundred pages to blow up a single bridge There were tanks to count, grenades to gather, diagrams to be drawn and generals to contact Somehow all of this managed to be completely enthralling to a reader whose eyes would otherwise glaze over at the mere mention of battalions I have to ...


  6. Lisa Lisa says:

    Not my favourite Hemingway, a little bit too slow But the topic of the Spanish Civil War makes it a good read, and the John Donne poem that gave the novel its title should be yelled, shouted, sung, recited, hummed and whispered by heart over and over again, especially in these times of outlandishly islandish people destroying the world again No man is an i...


  7. Loretta Loretta says:

    Suffice it to say, I am not a Hemingway fan.


  8. Madeline Madeline says:

    Just when I d decided that Hemingway only ever wrote books about people getting drunk in cafes and thinking about how miserable they are, he surprises me and comes out with something like this Naturally, the characters still get drunk and think about how miserable they are, but they do it while being guerrilla fighters in the Spanish Civil War, which makes it awesome In The Things They Carried, Tim O Brien writes that, If at the end of a war story you feel uplifted, or if you feel that some s Just when I d decided that Hemingway only ever wrote books about people getting drunk in cafes and thinking about how miserable they are...


  9. Natalie Vellacott Natalie Vellacott says:

    Oh dear, I fear this review will be lambasted and that people will note that this is the second time I have dismissed a classic this week In my defence, I did enjoy Orwell s Animal Farm.I really wanted to like this and persevered to past the half way point But when I got to the stage where I was dreading picking up the book as I was finding it so monotonous, I decided enough was enough it was going back to the library from whence it came The lengthy novel tells the story of Robert Jordan, Oh dear, I fear this review will be lambasted and that people will note th...


  10. Garrett Burnett Garrett Burnett says:

    I have a hard time with Mr Hemingway, I guess For Whom the Bell Tolls didn t involve as much rampant drinking as many of his other books, but I blame that on the setting a cave in the mountains where only a few gallons of wine were available and a flask of absinthe, the flavor of which is described over the course of about thirty pages However, his standard sexism toward the female characters still applied Here are a fewthings I didn t like about the book Did he really have to write I have a hard time with Mr Hemingway, I guess For Whom the Bell Tolls didn t involve as much rampant drinking as many of his other books, but I blame that on the setting a cave in the mountains where only a few gallons of wine were available and a flask of absinthe, the flavor of which is described over the course of about thirty pages However, his standard sexism toward the female characters still applied Here are a fewthings I didn t like about the book Did he really have to write rope soled shoes every time he mentioned their footwear or even their feet The dialogue was the standard stiff Hemingway dialogue, bu...