Hemingway

Hemingway

Throughout history there have been overthrows on governments in order to bring a new government into power. In ?Chapter V? of Hemingway?s In Our Time, Hemingway implies that old governments are often replaced and a new regime ascends to power. Throughout history old governments have been deposed by a new system which is fit to rule the people of its time. In ?Chapter V? Hemingway subtly hints that an old, dying government is often overthrown by a new, organized, and often militaristic regime.
In ?Chapter V?, Hemingway uses diction with syntax to create a gloomy, serious, and straightforward tone. The tone is important in this paragraph because it shows how Hemingway is describing this dismal scene. ?There were wet dead leaves on the paving of the courtyard?(Hemingway), If this description is plugged into the symbolism of the chapter it can foreshadow what happens at the end of the passage and where it happens.
Another element used in the syntax in the chapter is the word ?they.? The use of the word ?they? in the passage is used most when referring to the soldiers. ?They? is a nameless and numberless pronoun which suggests that Hemingway wanted to keep the identity of the

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