If she has the operation, she maintains wordlessly, it will be because he has forced her to. He maintains, however, that he loves her and that he is snippy only because he is worried. Falling Action Jig sits back down and they order another beer. The story states that there is no shade or trees, and that the hills are white. Jig says in return that she will get the operation because she does not care about herself, which guilt-trips her boyfriend into saying that he does not want her to get it if she feels that way.
They argue for a while until the girl gets tired and makes the American promise to stop talking. Even at the end, when there has been no resolution, the woman continues to ignore the literally growing problem. The pair order drinks in sets of two with two felt pads to lay them on. Hemingway implies Jig is more emotionally invested in the relationship, which for the American is clearly mostly about sex. On one side she could keep the child or on the other she could go through with the abortion. In the storyboard, an example of each conflict should be visually represented, along with an explanation of the scene, and how it fits the particular category of conflict.
. Jig is quiet and obviously skeptical. The story does not provide a plethora of information on the characters, it rather just jumps right into the story, leaving a lot to the imagination on how they got there. She knows they will never be as happy as they were before, and they will probably continue to drift apart. Other devices used by Hemingway throughout this story include imagery, simile, excellent syntax, and a very tense and emotional tone.
I think she was referring to an undesired pregnancy. They liked the fact that Hemingway doesn't even say whether or not the two characters are married. The beauty of the hills represents their happiness, and she knows they will never have that back - not fully. Have them incorporate their findings into a storyboard like the example below. The man is identified as an American and the woman is identified as a girl, leaving her identity-less. The material objects that Hemingway uses to convey the theme are beer, the good and bad hillsides, and a railroad station between two tracks. He uses obvious symbols such as a fertile river to demonstrate… fragile relationship.
It is when someone gives away something they already own as a gift because they have no use for it, just as this man seems to have no use for a child. Once the decision has been made, it will affect their lives forever. Problem 1 If Jig has the abortion, she and the American man will go back to their carefree lifestyle, but something will be broken between them. Suddenly, the man tells Jig that what they had been discussing is a very simple operation if it could be considered an operation at all. However, for a woman an abortion causes both physical and emotional pain which a man could never understand. The train they are waiting for is an express train, which means once she gets on it there is no turning back.
However, the focus of the story is the character change of the woman. It suggests she has given up at the thought of having her family. But, I think she wanted the baby. On the other hand, we feel that the girl is not at all sure that she wants an abortion. The other side of the station is dry and barren of plantlife. I think Hemingway was trying to depict how having a baby, which is a natural thing, can be amazing but also would tie down the couple. In Hills Like White Elephants, Hemingway uses symbols to teach the reader certain things that one may encounter during daily life.
The main literary analysis that will be explained is the significance of the title and how it is layered into the story in various places. While they wait they order drinks and have a heated ongoing conversation over whether or not Jig will have an operation that would be of great significance to their relationship. Shortly afterward, the she-wolf kills all the lynx's kittens tofeed her cub, prompting the lynx to track her down, and a viciousfight breaks out. The man excuses himself from the table, explaining that he should move their bags to the other side of the station. The couple is waiting for the next train to Madrid. In part, some of the early rejection of this story lies in the fact that none of the editors who read it had any idea what was going on in the story.
She's ambivalent about the choice. Also, a pregnant belly, besides the rounded shape itself, is much like the hills. He lived in an area where there were alot of Polish immigrants, but he felt lon … ely and isolated. Wade, the justices ruled in a 7-2 decision that a Texas law barring a woman from having an abortion unless her life was in danger was unconstitutional. Since the beginning, when she asked him what they should drink, she let him guide her. She knows that no matter what choice she makes, her relationship with the American man can never go back to the way it was.
Jig seems unsure about the proposition, but he assures her he knows many people who have done it and were pleased with the results. But if I do it, then it will be nice again. The girl is staring at the distant hills, which are brightly lit in the sunlight, though otherwise barren in appearance. Ernest Hemingway frequently uses various literary elements in his writing to entice the reader and enhance each piece that he writes. At the end of their conversation, she takes control of herself and of the situation: She no longer acts in her former childlike way. The man and girl have been traveling together as a romantic couple, but at the moment the two are bickering.