The Snows of Kilimanjaro and Other Stories Quotes by Ernest Hemingway
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It's a bore," he said out loud. Now he would never write the things that he had saved to write until he knew enough to write them well. Well, he would not have to fail at t He had never quarreled much with this woman, while with the women that he loved he had quarreled so much they had finally, always, with the And just then it occurred to him that he was going to die. It came with a rush; not as a rush of water nor of wind; but of a sudden, evil-sm Each day of not writing, of comfort, of being that which he despised, dulled his ability and softened his will to work so that, finally, he
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Cynthia Green: There's a war goung on here too right at this table! There's a dandy little war going on! Cynthia Green: I try to put on a show because I know he loves it so. But all of it - the hunting, the killing - terrifies me. Johnson: See here, this thing that he was talking about - the excitement - call it courage.
If you can get so that you can give that to people, then you are a writer. He had destroyed his talent himself. Why should he blame this woman because she kept him well? He had destroyed his talent by not using it, by betrayals of himself and what he believed in, by drinking so much that he blunted the edge of his perceptions, by laziness, by sloth, and by snobbery, by pride and by prejudice, by hook and by crook. He lay on his back and looked up into the pine trees.
So now it was all over, he thought. So now he would never have a chance to finish it. So this was the way it ended, in a bickering over a drink. Unlock explanations and citation info for this and every other The Snows of Kilimanjaro quote. Now he would never write the things that he had saved to write until he knew enough to write them well.